Hunting Violations in Colorado

When you are hunting in Colorado, your compliance is required with many wildlife laws. These regulations exist to promote safety and to protect a valuable resource – our state’s wildlife. Officers issue hundreds of tickets every year for hunting law violations. Many of these costly citations could have been avoided if hunters were familiar with… Continue reading Hunting Violations in Colorado

What Happens If You Violate a Colorado Wildlife Law?

Even the most diligent hunters can make mistakes. Colorado’s hunting regulations can be quite complicated – hunting a certain species of animal might be allowed one season, but not allowed the next. In addition to being aware of which game can be hunted during each specific season, hunters must also be well-versed in other types… Continue reading What Happens If You Violate a Colorado Wildlife Law?

2021 Colorado Big Game Brochure Now Available

Hunter’s the 2021 Colorado Big Game Hunting Brochure is out! Order one, pick one up at your local CPW office or review it online. This is a must for every hunter, read it, know it, live by it, because you are required to understand the laws for hunting in Colorado. Ignorance of the law is… Continue reading 2021 Colorado Big Game Brochure Now Available

Shutting Down Hunting and Fishing is an Overreach of State Authority

The United States has long valued hunting and fishing as outdoor sports central to our identity and culture. The practices are steeped in tradition and have been a method for families and sporting enthusiasts to enjoy our country’s natural wonders, put food on the table, and manage wildlife. About half of American gun owners identity… Continue reading Shutting Down Hunting and Fishing is an Overreach of State Authority

I’m Not Saying I Agree With It, But Bird Law In This Country Is Not Governed By Reason

In a recent case in Colorado, we represented a client who was charged with illegally possessing over 600 game birds. This case posed a challenge as there was a large amount of evidence that the client was in possession of the birds and knew that there were problems with that possession. Cases such as this… Continue reading I’m Not Saying I Agree With It, But Bird Law In This Country Is Not Governed By Reason

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Title 18 May Affect Your Privilege to Hunt and Fish

Did you know some criminal convictions under Colorado’s Criminal code codified in Title 18 may affect your privilege to hunt and fish? Don’t get caught in that trap! Within Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife code codified in Title 33, there is a specific provision that provides for a person who has been convicted of any violation… Continue reading Title 18 May Affect Your Privilege to Hunt and Fish