The meadows have opened up from the winter snows, and are greening up. In a few days we will start to bring the herd down from winter pasture. This has been their 26th year wintering up in Walden, at the Murphy Ranch. I am sure that they are going to be saying to themselves,… Read more »
Every hunter has something they cherish most about getting out into the wilderness and reconnecting with nature. Whether it’s the thrill, the tranquility, or the social aspect of hunting, Samuelson Outfitters guided hunts can take your experience to the next level. Learn from an expert – At Samuelson Outfitters, our experienced guides can be especially… Read more »
Like any sport, with time comes experience and expertise, and hunting is no exception. From just starting out to advancing to a true expert, hunters go through many stages of development. These stages, according to the infograpic below include: The Shooter Stage The Limiting Out Stage The Trophy Stage The Method Stage The Sportsman Stage… Read more »
So much for that hunting boycott Colorado outdoorsmen were trying to threaten outfitters and the state with. According to the Denver Post, hunting licenses increased by 17,000 this year, a 4 percent jump from 2012. This comes after hunters said they were going to boycott the 2013 season because the threat of harsher gun regulation… Read more »
It’s one of the most undisturbed pieces of Earth in America – a place that’s as natural as the horse you’ll be riding in on. Troublesome Basin in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest is home to a plethora of wild animals, trees, birds and home to some of the most incredible views in Colorado. The… Read more »
With the gun control laws coming down, there have been talks of boycotts and people forgoing the hunting season because of it. Well that only means one thing, more trophy Colorado elk for the rest of us. Gun owners are upset about the new laws that limit magazine capacity and universal background checks, and they… Read more »
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