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GMU 110 - El Paso County

GMU 110 - El Paso County

Mule deer can be found in the Black Forest area along the north boundary, mainly north of Hwy 24. Whitetailed deer can be found along the northeast boundary, near riparian areas.

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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.

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GMU 68 - Saguache County

GMU 68 - Saguache County

Deer hunting in the San Luis Valley has been improving recently due to the limit on buck licenses. Success rates are high for hunters who draw a buck tag. Due to overall low deer population, doe hunting is allowed only on private land in specific areas.

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GMU 17 - Jackson County

GMU 17 - Jackson County

If you are patient, you could have success hunting trophy bucks. North Park has an early rifle, deer-only season that begins as soon as possible after archery closes.

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GMU 791 - Alamosa, Rio Grande, and Saguache Counties

GMU 791 - Alamosa, Rio Grande, and Saguache Counties

Due to overall low deer population, doe hunting is allowed only on private land in specific areas to address game damage issues. The buck-to-doe ratio is high for this area, so older age-class quality bucks can be found.

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GMU 117 - Kit Carson and Cheyenne Counties

GMU 117 - Kit Carson and Cheyenne Counties

Deer are found throughout the unit, but they are widely scattered.

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GMU 23 - Rio Blanco and Garfield Counties

GMU 23 - Rio Blanco and Garfield Counties

Try Hay Flats and Miller Creek southwest of Meeker and the Jensen and Oak Ridge State Wildlife Areas north and east of Meeker.

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GMU 4 - Moffat and Routt Counties

GMU 4 - Moffat and Routt 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.

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GMU 89 - Weld and Logan Counties

GMU 89 - Weld and Logan Counties

Both mule deer and whitetailed deer can be found within the area. Mule deer are commonly found in all habitat types. Although densities are highest in irrigated cropland settings and within large complexes of CRP lands.

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GMU 140 - Las Animas County

GMU 140 - Las Animas County

Deer can be found in the foothills and mesas in south half of unit. Although whitetail deer are present, their distribution is sparse. The only public land in this unit is not considered whitetail habitat and these deer have not been seen on those lands.

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GMU 391 - Jefferson County

GMU 391 - Jefferson County

In summer and fall, migratory deer move up in elevation to forests and alpine areas above 9,000 feet and will remain on summer range until mid-October.

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GMU 65 - Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, and Ouray Counties

GMU 65 - Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, and Ouray Counties

For the best bucks, hunt at high elevations early. Go lower as the season progresses. Access is relatively easy in the lower terrain, but rewards can be great for hunters willing to go into higher and more challenging terrain.

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GMU 105 - Adams, Arapahoe, and Elbert Counties

GMU 105 - Adams, Arapahoe, and Elbert Counties

Most of the deer in upland habitat are mule deer, but a mix of mule deer and whitetailed deer inhabit some of the riparian areas.

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GMU 125 - Crowley, Kiowa, Bent, and Otero Counties

GMU 125 - Crowley, Kiowa, Bent, and Otero Counties

Mule deer can be found along Arkansas River, Horse Creek and in the Cheraw area.

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GMU 87 - Larimer and Weld Counties

GMU 87 - Larimer and Weld Counties

Both mule deer and whitetailed deer can be found within the area. Mule deer are commonly found in all habitat types, although densities are highest in irrigated cropland settings, and within large complexes of CRP lands.

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GMU 88 - Weld County

GMU 88 - Weld County

Both mule deer and whitetailed deer can be found within the area. Mule deer are commonly found in all habitat types, although densities are highest in irrigated cropland settings and within large complexes of CRP lands.

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GMU 72 - Dolores and Montezuma Counties

GMU 72 - Dolores and Montezuma Counties

In the early seasons, deer are evenly distributed, and they can be found mostly above 8,000 feet. Deer begin migrating to lower elevations, generally from east to west, in mid-October. Snow will cause them to move to lower elevations earlier.

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GMU 129 - Otero County

GMU 129 - Otero County

Mule deer can be found along the Arkansas River and Apishapa River within five miles of U.S. Hwy. 50. Whitetailed deer also are found in unit in lower numbers.

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GMU 75 - La Plata and San Juan Counties

GMU 75 - La Plata and San Juan Counties

Deer hunting will be good in these units. 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.

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GMU 94 - Larimer, Adams and Weld Counties

GMU 94 - Larimer, Adams and Weld Counties

While most whitetailed deer are residents of the South Platte river corridor, some move out of the area into adjacent uplands, just prior to fawning season.

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