New for 2016 are Moose and Antelope hunts in Units 48 and 49.
Our USFS Permits allow us to offer Big Game hunts in three separate Colorado Game Management Units, Units 45, 48 and 49. Unit 45 includes portions of the Holy Cross Wilderness wilderness. Unit 48 includes portions of the Mt Massive Wilderness and Unit 49 lies within the Buffalo Peaks Wilderness. The unit 48 hunting area is bounded by Halfmoon Creek to south and the top of Tennessee Pass to the north. The unit 49 area is bounded by the Lake County and covers the area from Granite to the top of Fremont Pass. This is very rough and isolated country offering some excellent game. The Unit 45 hunting area is located north of Tennessee Pass on US Hwy 24 to the town of Red Cliff covering both sides of US Hwy 24. For complete maps please visit the Game Management Units mapping section of the Colorado Division of Wildlife website.
Units 48 and 49 are Draw only units while unit 45 is an over the counter unit. Preference points vary by unit, big game season and species. The elk and deer pages show the preference points needed over the last few years. You can hunt with us in Unit 45 while gaining preference points.
Whether you are seeking a full service guided hunt, a drop camp or simply a pack service to get you and your gear in and out our goal is to exceed your expectations. Drop us an email, give us a call or use our contact form.The application deadline is midnight first Tuesday in April, (April 5, 2016). Clicking on this link will take you to the DOW website to apply for your license. If you missed the application deadline we may still have over the counter openings in Unit 45 for archery and 2nd and third rifle seasons