Reality-TV’s Billy Buspice Loses Hunting Privileges until 2019 for Poaching

Billy Buspice, co-host of the reality-TV show “Wildgame Nation” and star of A&E’s upcoming series “Country Buck$,” had his hunting and fishing privileges revoked this week until 2019 by a Louisiana Circuit Court judge as part of his sentencing for charges of allowing an antlerless elk to go to waste and hunting without a license.… Continue reading Reality-TV’s Billy Buspice Loses Hunting Privileges until 2019 for Poaching

Importance of Seeking Legal Counsel After an Accusation of a Hunting Violation

Colorado is a state that takes wildlife seriously. The state has many laws regarding conduct outlined in its official statutes. Specifically, the legislation in the Wildlife and Parks and Outdoor Recreation laws, Article 6 describes the general provisions of what is considered a punishable offense. In total, these statutes define what prosecutors and state officials… Continue reading Importance of Seeking Legal Counsel After an Accusation of a Hunting Violation

Colorado Fishing Heating Up

As warmer weather approaches, everyone is looking forward to spending time outdoors – especially Colorado anglers. Resisting the state’s assortment of over thirty different fish species, which range from stunning rainbow trout to hard-hitting northern pike, along with the state’s public access to 9,500 miles of streams, 2,000 natural lakes, and 800 reservoirs, is nearly… Continue reading Colorado Fishing Heating Up

Permits for Private-Property Elk, Mule Deer Hunts in Meeker, CO Available

From the Steamboat Pilot and Today: Steamboat Springs — The Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife and the Miller Creek Ranch in Meeker are offering big-game hunters an opportunity to apply for a limited number of private-property elk and mule deer hunts beginning Nov. 3, according to a news release. Interested hunters must submit an… Continue reading Permits for Private-Property Elk, Mule Deer Hunts in Meeker, CO Available

Colorado House Bill 1330: New Hunter Appeals Process

On April 25, the Colorado House of Representatives passed House Bill 1330. Championed by State Representative Jon Becker, House Bill 1330 would create an appeals process for Colorado hunters and anglers with suspended hunting or fishing licenses. Specifically, the Bill would give a person with a hunting or fishing license suspension the ability to petition… Continue reading Colorado House Bill 1330: New Hunter Appeals Process

Ted Nugent “Blindsided” by Game Law

Famed rock musician, conservationist, and political activist Ted Nugent pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a federal wildlife violation after he failed to recover a wounded black bear three years ago on an archery hunt in Alaska. Mr. Nugent agreed to pay $10,600.00 in fines and restitution and stated "I’m afraid I was blindsided by this,… Continue reading Ted Nugent “Blindsided” by Game Law