Jason Steiner, owner of Stage Stop Meat Market and Deli on the corner of Market and School streets, said hunting season business has been good so far this year. “Our first season numbers are up and our archery/muzzleloading season numbers were way up,” Steiner, whose business also processes wild game, said. “The size of the horns are down, we’re not seeing as many big bulls as in archery season. I think the archery guys got all the big ones.” The second combined rifle season starts Saturday and runs for eight days.
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is reminding hunters who want to take advantage of warming weather that 2011 small game licenses are now on sale. While seasons for the 40 species of small game hunted […]
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s efforts to learn more about chronic wasting disease and how the agency will respond to increased prevalence will be the topic of a public meeting in Craig April 30.