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The Western Bowhunter Podcast

The Western Bowhunter Podcast is here to bring you people and stories of Western Bowhunting. Hosted by South Cox of Stalker Stickbows and Kody Kellom of Born And Raised Outdoors, where they live life to the fullest! Whether it is topics of preparing for the backcountry, calling elk or spot and stalk hunting, we will bring you interesting guests and incredible insight. If you bowhunt the West for Elk, Mule Deer, Blacktail Deer, or anything you can chase with a tag, you better sit tight and enjoy the ride. If you have any questions or requests, we'd love to hear from you. E-mail us at: info@westernbowhunterpodcast.com Thanks for listening! // South Cox & Kody Kellom
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Mar 23, 2018
Welcome to the show folks. On today’s episode by Bryan Posthumous who works for Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife Public Outreach. We go into great detail about the state of Colorado and dive into many different topics that will be useful for many people who want to hunt the state, but don’t have much experience with how the system works. We cover topics such as general hunting opportunities, different tag opportunities, how the draw system works, how to understand the hunt code that you are applying for, and much of the general regulations that are important to know if you’re wanting to come hunt this state. Bryan is a wealth of knowledge and has most the entire Colorado hunting regulation book memorized. He is also a great example of how we as hunters should act and perform so that we portray a positive light from the hunting community. The state of Colorado does a great job at showing the general public the positivity that hunting has on the ecosystem, which is quite refreshing to see after living in California. The Colorado applications are coming up pretty quick here, so I hope this podcast answers most of the questions that some of you might about how it works, and I hope that you’re successful during this application period. Thank you, Bryan, for being a great guest and sharing all the information with me and the listeners, and thank you for all of you who tune in! 
 
Show Notes:
  • Interview starts (1:00)
  • Estes park elk festival (3:30)
  • The basics of the Colorado big game applications (8:15)
  • Breaking down game units and hunt codes (14:15)
  • Understanding the point system (25:00)
  • Turkey hunt applications (27:30)
  • How the draw works (29:15)
  • Left over tags (38:15)
  • Reissue license (42:45)
  • The different limited licenses draw processes (45:00)
  • Hunt statistics (49:15)
  • Random number in the draw (52:45)
  • White tail specific tags potential (59:30)
  • Making a game plan (1:04:45)
  • Getting to know your units (1:10:00)
  • Muzzleloader advantages (1:13:30)
  • Landowner courtesy cards (1:18:45)
  • Being advocates for the image of hunting (1:24:15)
  • List A and List B opportunities (1:26:30)
  • Hunt code quotas (1:39:00)
  • Archery regulations (1:42:00)
  • Hunter education verification (1:49:15)
  • Carcass tag (1:52:00)
  • Sheep, Moose. and Goat opportunities (1:58:30)
  • Fish and game appreciation in Colorado (2:07:00)
  • State land that you’re able to hunt (2:11:00)
  • Resources such as “Hunt Data” (2:15:45)
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