Posted: Mar 1, 2011 12:46 PM by Greg Boyce
Updated: Mar 1, 2011 12:53 PM
The Colorado Division of Wildlife will hold three hunting seminars in eastern El Paso County to help big game hunters prepare for the 2011 seasons.
Wildlife managers will answer questions and talk about changes for this year. Presenters will also explain the Division's preference point system and offer tips for obtaining highly sought-after limited licenses for deer, elk, pronghorn, and other big game species.
"Our goal is to help new hunters get in the field and give veteran hunters access to the information that will make them successful in the limited draw," said Dan Prenzlow, southeast regional manager.
Seminar attendees will learn about whitetail-only seasons, late pronghorn opportunities and landowner draws. Presenters will also cover more complex topics such as the Division's "hybrid" draw system.
The meeting dates and locations are:
The deadline for submitting applications for limited licenses for the 2011 season is April 5. All deer, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, moose, and many elk hunting licenses are limited. Over-the-counter big game licenses (where available) go on sale in July and any limited licenses left over after the draw go on sale in August.
Hunters seeking more information about hunting licenses and seasons can find useful information by clicking here.