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Category Archives: hunting

Wickstrom: Colorado Parks and Wildlife faces economic challenges ahead

While broadcasting live from Bass Pro Shops this Saturday, I had the privilege of being joined on the program by Bob Brocheid, director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Wickstrom: Moose populations are thriving in Colorado

Biologists speculate that there may have been greater moose populations in Colorado 100 years ago, but up to about 20 years ago hardly anyone ever saw a moose in Colorado, let alone hunted one.

Wickstrom: Nate Zelinsky helps hunters prepare for big game season

Every year at this time Nate Zelinsky does a six- to eight-week series of segments on big game hunting on my radio show to help the listeners prepare for the season and keep them posted on big game movement and activity. Zelinsky started his hunting career at age 17 while guiding for Eagle Spirit Outfitters […]

Former Colorado natural resources chief pleads guilty to hunting-related trespassing charge from 2013

Colorado’s former natural resources manager has pleaded guilty to a hunting-related trespassing charge he received in 2013 for allegedly hunting elk on private property without permission.

Judge says $2.5M should go to family of Mesa County boy killed by hunter’s rogue shot

A federal magistrate judge has recommended an award of more than $2.5 million to the family of a 14-year-old Mesa County boy slain last year by a hunter’s rogue shot.

Lake “Big Mac” McConaughy boasts unique camping along the shores, premier walleye fishing

The words “Big Mac” usually conjure thoughts of lunch for most people. But for outdoor enthusiasts in Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas, it’s a fond reference to Lake McConaughy: a “Mecca” for boating, swimming, unique camping and premier fishing.

Ridgway State Park in Ouray County — the “Switzerland of America” — offers diverse fishing opportunities (and that’s just part of the fun)

Located in southwest Colorado just 15 miles from the town of Ouray, Ridgway is where mountain scenery mingles with magnificent campgrounds; modern, universally accessible recreation areas and a five-mile long reservoir make memorable days and nights; those from near and far are welcomed.

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