Colorado elk archery is one of the most challenging and rewarding hunts that is available to those who are in shape and ready to work hard at their Colorado elk hunting archery success. Many hunters want to know "success rates" for elk archery drop camps, and we think this is mostly how well a hunter can work and strategize, with factors of terrain, wind, scent, and their own energy level. These Colorado elk are tough, smart, and in great shape, used to running the Colorado Mountains to avoid predation.
Colorado elk hunting and Colorado mule deer hunting is at its best from late August through late September when the weather starts to cool and the nights get longer. Colorado elk archery and Colorado mule deer archery are exciting big game hunting quests and are affordable drop camps. Mild days and crisp Rocky Mountain nights cause the elk rut to go full throttle The exquisite fall colors will ignite your senses. Archery-unit 75/751 is now Draw only no longer bull or cow you must apply for one or the other cow tags will be harder to draw, you must go online and apply by the date set up to draw you tag deadline is around the first of April, for the 2020 archery season everyone who applies is supposed to draw no more over the counter tags,this will allow for fewer hunters so when you draw your success will be increased.
Colorado archery mule deer tags are limited and obtained by drawing. Colorado archery mule deer drop camps are rewarding for any hunter, and can suffice for many as the only Colorado big game archery hunt to participate in. Drawing deadline for limited tags is early April. You should book your hunt early as Colorado archery elk outfitters get booked early. We have plenty of big Colorado elk and Colorado mule deer in our archery drop camp area in the San Juan National Forest near Durango.
Preston Goetzke - Owner
"I wanted to thank you and your wranglers again for providing us with an excellent hunting experience. You provided a hunting opportunity and rocky mountain ..." [ more]
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Colorado Outfitting License # 2720
For all that was going on in 2020 or hunting seasons were great, I want to thank all my hunters for booking this year with all that was going on with the COVID-19 in my almost 30 years in the outfitting business this was one of the best, we happened to get some snow in September which helped put some water in our creeks, The third season storm was a good one was some camps getting as much as 2 feet of snow, the Elk we’re really moving around,one camp harvested four bulls, everyone seem to have a great time, want to say thank you to all my hunters who booked in this unusual time and want to thank my wranglers for working so hard to make everything happen and to keep Hunters and Horses safe in our travels in and out of the mountains, already booking lots of hunts for 2021 looking again forward to a great year, already have lots of return hunters booking and looking forward to meeting the new hunters that are booking this year, thanks again from your outfitter,
Note: Most hunters who apply for Elk tags in 1st and 4th Rifle Season Draw without any preference points in our unit75/751