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Colorado Pheasant Hunting News

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Including Utah and Wyoming, there are a total of 19 states that stock pheasants.

Colorado officials are considering the option as a way to boost hunter participation in the state.

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Pre-season population predictions are never certain, and neither is the number of birds hunters will take home. What is for certain is that Colorado hunters are becoming increasingly interested in chasing after ringnecks.

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Many of us would just like to be alive at 97 years old. For one many in Colorado it’s not enough to be alive at such a late age. For Harold Nelson it means he needs to be out in the field pheasant hunting in the Holyoke area.

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The drought has taken its toll based on observations of the pheasants in Colorado. No formal numbers will be available until after the season when the final harvest reports are in, but experts are weighing in already on what they’re seeing and things aren’t looking good.

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For many hunters it’s not so much about the hunt as it is about getting together with family and friends. That is exactly how a group of phea...

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Colorado pheasant and quail hunters will have access to an additional 45,000 acres of private lands thanks to Colorado Parks and Wildlife and a federal grant program to encourage landowners to allow hunting. The new acreage means more than 260,000 acres are available to upland bird hunters through the state's Walk-In Access program this year.

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Pheasant hunting: Walk-in access opens up 150,000 acres Friday, November 04, 2005 - Private landowners and the Colorado Division of Wildlife are opening150,000 acres to pheasant hunters through the Walk-in Program. Hunters can begin gearing up for...

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Pleasant for pheasant Outlook bright, especially for hunters who put in time for advance scouting In a time long past, before all the variables of cultivation and drought, it might be tempting simply to declare this the Year of the Pheasant and let...

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Good habitat management sometimes makes strange bedfellows. Take, for example, the tale of the quail and the cow.

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Pheasant access maps out By Charlie Meyers Denver Post Outdoors Editor The maps have arrived. Let the scouting begin. To mark the fourth year of the Colorado Division of Wildlife pheasant walk-in access program, an atlas with maps and description...

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Pheasant hunters who prefer the Walk-In option and don't mind paying the ticket to walk will have access to 162,000 acres of fields and brush on the eastern plains this year, about 2,000 acres more than last season. Ed Gorman, the Division of Wildl...

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Fee proposal targets hunting preference By Charlie Meyers Denver Post Outdoors Editor It's axiomatic in wildlife circles that most hunters prefer a buck or bull to a doe or cow. But will that passion for a big rack, any rack, reach all the way in...

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: Limited bull-elk hunting is on docket June 16, 2004 What's it going to be: raghorns or trophy bulls? Let the debates begin. Thursday is the deadline for hunters, chambers of commerce, local politicians, agriculture groups and hunting organizatio...

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Areas in southern Colorado nominated for trophy units By Jeremy Browning Saturday, July 3, 2004 Trophy elk hunting will expand in Colorado in 2005, but none of the hunting areas in Moffat County was nominated to be part of the Colorado Wildlife...

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Article Published: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 charlie meyers Nest news optimistic for quail, pheasants By Charlie Meyers Denver Post Staff Writer Ed Gorman isn't ready to count his chicks, even after they're hatched. But to Colorado hunters sta...

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