How Has the Pandemic Affected Hunting in Colorado?

2020 was a tough year for people and places and the hunting industry. The coronavirus pandemic meant that plenty of people stayed home and “quarantined,” rather than going out of the house, doing things people normally do, like hunting trips or going to movies, etc. Meanwhile, wildfires didn’t help the whole situation either-– in Colorado,… Read more »

Should First Time Hunters Start With Bows or Shotguns?

So you’re a first time hunter. You’re new to “all of this,” but you’re eager to start and you’re wondering, “bow or shotgun?” Should first timers start with bows or shotguns? What do most hunters use/do? Experienced hunters often use both bows and guns regularly. But for those just starting out, what are the pros… Read more »

Why First Time Elk Hunters Should Go With a Guide

Are you novice hunter thinking about going for an elk hunt in Colorado? If so, you may be wondering whether it’s better to plan and embark on the hunt yourself, or to go with an experienced guide. Here are a couple of reasons why you should consider going with a guide on your first elk… Read more »

How to Get the Most Out of Your Venison Meat

Few things are more gratifying than enjoying tasty meat that came from an animal you hunted. That gratifying feeling is as old as humanity, and for whatever reason, meat just tastes better and seems more filling when you hunted it yourself just like your ancestors once did, versus running to the grocery store or butcher… Read more »

3 Reasons to Plan a Hunting Trip in Colorado

It’s been a crazy, unforgettable and sad start to the new decade thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, with brighter days on the horizon, now is the time to start thinking about potential hunting excursions for the upcoming season. Here’s why you should consider a hunting a trip in the beautiful state of Colorado. The… Read more »

Deer Hunting Tips for Muzzleloaders

Hunting deer with a muzzleloader can be a challenging experience for even the most skilled hunters. Muzzleloaders require hunters to get closer to deer than they would have to otherwise in order to take them down. If you’re a novice when it comes to deer hunting with a muzzleloader, it’s a good idea for you… Read more »

How Colorado is Responding to Changing Elk Populations

 In recent years, hunters in Southwest Colorado have seen a huge decline in the elk population. In 2015, there were almost 20,000 elk in the area. However, as of right now, there are fewer than 17,000 elk and it appears as though that number could continue to decrease if the Colorado Parks and Wildlife doesn’t… Read more »

Why the Elk Meat in Your Freezer is So Valuable

If all goes according to plan during an elk hunting adventure, you’ll have a freezer full of elk meat once it’s all over. This elk meat will last you a long time, and it’ll provide you with a whole host of benefits when you eat it on a regular basis. Learn about just how valuable… Read more »