Biggame Help

Discussion in 'Colorado Flyway Forum' started by SkyCarp, Jan 23, 2003.

  1. FamilyAffair

    FamilyAffair Senior Refuge Member

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    Lad -
    Yes hearding elk / deer is illegal.

    When you contact the game wardens, they ask for proof. not just he says she says. When presented with a video of the herding taking place - "Well, that could have been take anywhere", and "I cant identify anyone from that far away in the picture" ---- We'll If I could get close enough to take an adequeate picture of the offense, you'd be arresting me for tresspassing!

    needless to say, there isnt much that is/can be done. They know its going on, but are not doing anything to stop it.

    FA
     
  2. roninrus1

    roninrus1 Senior Refuge Member

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    Dang, looks like my son got ripped off cause his NR license was $470, not $250!
    Alamosa they went back up for 2002.:D
    Certainly agree, if public land is leased for grazing the it should be predicated on allowing the public access for hunting and fishing. No public access, no lease!:mad:
     
  3. greenhead slayer

    greenhead slayer Senior Refuge Member

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    i think the cows were $250, and the bulls were $470.
     
  4. Alamosa

    Alamosa Elite Refuge Member

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    You guys are both right.
    I didn't realize there was a different cost between NR cow/bull.

    Last years prices were.

    Resident - $33.25
    Youth Resident - $13.00
    Non-Resident Bull - $473.25
    Non-Resident Cow - $253.25
    Non-Resident Youth - $103.00
     
  5. greenhead slayer

    greenhead slayer Senior Refuge Member

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    :D
     
  6. HuntAllDay

    HuntAllDay Senior Refuge Member

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    I think that the archery season dates should be changed to make things easier. It shouldnt start in late august and end in late september right when most of the elk are starting to rut hard. the season should either be longer or be shifted back a week or two. The last few years i have seen ten times more rutting action during the first rifle season than in archery. The dow doesnt recognize archery as a effective method of management and i think that most of it is because of the crummy season dates that they give us. just a thought.
     

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