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GMU 19 - Larimer County

GMU 19 - Larimer County

Deer summer range generally from elevations of 5,000 to 11,500 feet. The higher range usually becomes available to deer as snowlines recede in mid to late May. The majority of deer winter at elevations below 8,000 feet.

77 /100
GMU 371 - Summit County

GMU 371 - Summit County

This unit is managed for quality bucks. There are good numbers of mature bucks, but they rarely reach trophy status found in lower elevation mtn shrub and mild winter areas.

75 /100
GMU 18 - Grand County

GMU 18 - Grand County

This unit is managed for quality bucks. There are good numbers of mature bucks, but they rarely reach trophy status found in lower elevation mtn shrub and mild winter areas

74 /100
GMU 7 - Larimer County

GMU 7 - Larimer County

Deer summer range generally from elevations of 5,000 to 11,500 feet. The higher range usually becomes available to deer as snowlines recede in mid to late May. The majority of deer winter at elevations below 8,000 feet.

72 /100
GMU 37 - Summit and Grand Counties

GMU 37 - Summit and Grand Counties

This unit is managed for quality bucks. There are good numbers of mature bucks, but they rarely reach trophy status found in lower elevation mtn shrub and mild winter areas.

71 /100
GMU 181 - Grand County

GMU 181 - Grand County

This unit has good numbers of deer. This unit is managed for quality bucks. There are good numbers of mature bucks, but they rarely reach trophy status found in lower elevation mtn shrub and mild winter areas.

70 /100
GMU 45 - Eagle and Pitkin Counties

GMU 45 - Eagle and Pitkin Counties

Deer herds will be scattered from 6,500ft to timberline and will move down to the lower elevation piñon-juniper areas as heavy snow arrives. Over 18" of snow will move the deer. Try hunting the aspen, open parks, and shrublands.

70 /100
GMU 46 - Clear Creek, Park, and Jefferson Counties

GMU 46 - Clear Creek, Park, and Jefferson Counties

There are migratory and residential deer herds. Migratory deer winter at low elevation areas often mixing with residential deer. In summer and fall, migratory deer move up in elevation to forests and alpine areas above 9,000 feet.

70 /100
GMU 751 - Archuleta, Hinsdale, La Plata, and San Juan Counties

GMU 751 - Archuleta, Hinsdale, La Plata, and San Juan Counties

The areas with the best deer hunting on public lands are: the HD Mountains, the Piedra River, Florida River and Los Pinos drainages, and lands southeast of Pagosa Springs. A large percentage of the deer initiate north-to-south migration in mid-October.

69 /100
GMU 36 - Eagle County

GMU 36 - Eagle County

Deer herds will be scattered from 6,500ft to timberline and will move down to the lower elevation piñon-juniper areas as heavy snow arrives. Over 18" of snow will move the Deer. Try hunting the aspen, open parks and shrublands.

69 /100
GMU 28 - Grand County

GMU 28 - Grand County

This unit is managed for quality bucks. There are good numbers of mature bucks, but they rarely reach trophy status found in lower elevation mtn shrub and mild winter areas.

69 /100
GMU 25 - Garfield and Eagle Counties

GMU 25 - Garfield and Eagle Counties

The deer are scattered and will move in response to hunting pressure and weather.

68 /100
GMU 34 - Garfield and Eagle Counties

GMU 34 - Garfield and Eagle Counties

The deer are scattered and will move in response to hunting pressure and weather.

68 /100
GMU 471 - Pitkin County

GMU 471 - Pitkin County

This herd is concentrated in aspen and oakbrush habitats before the snow flies. Hunting pressure does not generally cause herd movement, but they will move to lower elevation woodlands as snow accumulates.

68 /100
GMU 35 - Eagle County

GMU 35 - Eagle County

Deer herds will be scattered from 6,500ft to timberline and will move down to the lower elevation piñon-juniper areas as heavy snow arrives. Over 18" of snow will move the deer to winter grounds. Try hunting the aspen, open parks and shrublands.

68 /100
GMU 24 - Rio Blanco and Garfield Counties

GMU 24 - Rio Blanco and Garfield Counties

The deer are scattered and will move in response to hunting pressure and weather. On National Forest lands, deer hunting is generally better in early seasons. Deer densities are lower across GMU 24 than other units, but hunters can find deer on the south

68 /100
GMU 15 - Routt, Grand, and Eagle Counties

GMU 15 - Routt, Grand, and Eagle Counties

Hot spots are located north of Hayden. Some good trophy bucks are seen in the southern portion. This area is not managed for trophy bucks, but it does have a good number of adult males in the population.

68 /100
GMU 8 - Larimer County

GMU 8 - Larimer County

In this unit, deer summer range generally from elevations of 5,000 to 11,500 feet. The higher range usually becomes available to deer as snowlines recede in mid to late May. The majority of deer winter at elevations below 8,000 feet.

68 /100
GMU 361 - Eagle and Grand Counties

GMU 361 - Eagle and Grand Counties

Deer herds will be scattered from 6,500ft to timberline and will move down to the lower elevation piñon-juniper areas as heavy snow arrives. Over 18" of snow will move the deer. Try hunting the aspen, open parks and shrublands.

68 /100
GMU 14 - Routt and Grand Counties

GMU 14 - Routt and Grand Counties

Most of the deer will be found in the western section of these units. Movement is also to the west. Hot spots are located north of Hayden. Some good trophy bucks are seen in the southern portion.

67 /100
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