As with many new pastimes that you try, it can be tricky to figure out what equipment you really need as a waterfowl hunter. So many products exist, each with their own different grades and styles. But what if you just want to get in the water without getting bogged down in the little details that won't affect you much as a novice? If you're new to waterfowl hunting and don't know what items are worth the investment, follow this essential waterfowl hunting gear list.
Good water fowl hunting is expected in Colorado according to CPW
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Travis Duncan and his daughter, Natalie, are on a year-long adventure to explore hunting and outdoor recreation in Colorado.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will host a turkey hunting course for new and experienced hunters.
Attention Colorado hunters: license requirements and fees for big game hunting are changing. Applications opening March 1.
The Southern Shooting Partnership - a group of counties, state and federal agencies and public utilities working to develop safe, recreational sport shooting facilities in the Pikes Peak region - announced Tuesday it will launch a listening tour in December to gather public input on recreational sport shooting.
The first event in the tour will be a December 7 public meeting in Calhan to discuss Colorado Parks and Wildlife's proposal to develop a free, unsupervised public shooting range at the Ramah State Wildlife Area in northeastern El Paso County.
Despite drought conditions throughout Colorado and the surrounding region, Colorado hunters should be able to find good waterfowl hunting opportunities during the 2018-19 seasons. Waterfowl hunting seasons in Colorado extend from September teal and Canada goose seasons to light goose conservation seasons ending in April.
Due to an extensive land and road closure caused by the Silver Creek Fire, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will offer hunters who hold licenses for Game Management Unit 27 the opportunity to request a license refund or preference points restoration up to the day before the season begins, effective immediately.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) will be conducting mandatory chronic wasting disease (CWD) testing again during the 2018 hunting season in an effort to continue collecting more information about CWD and how it may be affecting our herds. Voluntary and mandatory sampling is critical for data collection on this disease that impacts the long-term health of our herds.