Give Your Input Into Colorado’s Big Game Hunting

Colorado Parks & Wildlife is asking the public’s input for developing their next 5-Year Big Game Season Structure for bear, pronghorn, deer, moose, and elk for the 2020-2024 hunting seasons.

Every five years, Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW) initiates a 5-Year Big Game Season Structure, which lays the foundation for the state’s big game hunting regulations.

The purpose of CPW’s five year plan is to lay the regulations for the allowable methods of hunting, the length of each season, which species are allowed, the amount of tags per species/per season, and other issues along those lines. The current five year plan expires at the end of 2019, which is why CPW is asking the the public’s input for the next five year plan.

Adam Wells, Pro-Staff Guide with The FlyFisher Guide Service, with the archery black bear take down.

If you’re a big game hunter in Colorado this is your opportunity to add input and make the changes you’d like to see. Grab the pronghorn by the horns and make your voice heard! Click here to take CPW’s survey for the 2020-2024, 5-Year Big Game Season Structure.