After we’ve spent nearly 12 hours on the road, the GPS says we are 10 miles out. The landscape is littered with windmills, and the sun is starting to set.
Finally, we arrive at Plumas Hunting Ranch in Allen, Texas. The inside of the green-tin cabin is anything but elaborate. The interior walls are plywood, the floor is poured concr
Colorado’s hunting industry is facing a backlash from outdoor enthusiasts across the country because of recent legislation meant to curtail gun violence.
The first salvo was fired this month by Michael Bane, a freelance producer for The Outdoor Channel, who announced he will no longer film his four shows in Colorado.
They’re out there, stalking the wilds of Colorado like shadows.
Mountain lions, also known as cougars or pumas, are Colorado’s largest and most elusive predator. Nobody knows how many there are. Should you happen upon one while hiking, it might see you but you probably won’t see it.
“Just to go out and wai
Bird hunting is not easy.
Every hunter makes mistakes and, although you're never going to hit every bird, here are three tips to help you bring down your targets with ease.
1. Practice makes perfect
Before every hunt, you should buy 100 shotgun rounds and a box of clay pigeons. The rounds run $25 and a box of cla
BOULDER — Two police officers accused of conspiring to illegally kill a trophy elk in Boulder have resigned.
Boulder police said Tuesday that an internal investigation into Sam Carter and Brent Curnow is continuing despite the resignations.
The two had been on unpaid leave since their arrests Friday on nine charges,
Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett announces that Boulder police officers Sam Carter and Brent Curnow were arrested Friday in connection with the Jan. 1 shooting of the Mapleton elk.
The officers are facing multiple felony and misdemeanor charges, including attempting to influence a public official, forgery and official misconduct.&n
Whether you’re a hunter, an angler or simply an outdoors aficionado, there is surely something that will catch your eye this weekend in Denver.
More than 30,000 are expected to attend the International Sportsmen’s Exposition, which has been attracting people to its doors since 1977. Most come from Colorado, but there are also
GRAND JUNCTION — A hunter who spent almost 30 minutes in the Colorado River after falling through the ice has been rescued.
KKCO-TV in Grand Junction reports (http://bit.ly/107zHtx ) the man broke through the ice around noon Tuesday in Mesa County and held onto the edge of an ice shelf wit
Calhan • It’s 8:30 a.m., and four of us creep in a staggered line about 45 yards apart. Our three dogs run in a semicircle just ahead, attempting to flush out roosters and hens.
The wind is blowing from the west and, though it’s 40 degrees, it feels like 20. We cross snow-covered ground through brush and trees, eagerly a
It can be one of the lowest feelings in bird hunting.
Darkness is falling across a rugged and remote landscape at least five miles from the nearest house and 15 miles from the nearest town. Coyotes are howling in many directions and a beloved bird dog is nowhere to be seen.
Too often such scenarios don’t have a happy ending