Pronghorn Hunting in Colorado GMU 7 - Larimer County

The Laramie River herd is a relatively small herd of pronghorn that occupies primarily private land in the Laramie River Valley. There is significant movement across the Colorado-Wyoming line. Due to the small population size, large proportion of animals

GMU 7 - Larimer County

Scores


Scores
User Scores
Ease of Drawing
23
 
23
Success
27
 
27
Trophy Potential
46
 
46
Public Access
100
 
100
Ease of Terrain
78
 
78
Room to Breathe
12
 
12
Opportunity
17
 
17
Convenience
20
 
20
Ease of Effort
68
 
68
57
HuntScore

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Bounded on N by Wyoming; on E by County Road 103 (Laramie River Road); on S by County Highway 14; on W by Larimer-Jackson County line.

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County

Larimer

Size

243 Square Miles (155,767 Acres)

Land Ownership

13% Private, 87% Public, 79% USFS, 7% BLM, 1% State, 47% Wilderness, 1% NPS

Latitude/Longitude

40.8149, -105.9911

Amenities

There are 0 hospitals, 0 hotels, 16 campgrounds, and 0 grocery stores within a 20 mile radius.

Pronghorn Notes


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The Laramie River herd is a relatively small herd of pronghorn that occupies primarily private land in the Laramie River Valley. There is significant movement across the Colorado-Wyoming line. Due ... Create a free account to read the rest of this pronghorn hunting note!

HuntScore Tip

Public land and private land percentages can sometime be misleading. A unit may have 80% public land, but a particluar species may only occupy 20% on the entire area. And that 20% species distribution may lie 100% within private lands. Does that sound confusing? Just remember that there are always exceptions to the rule, and land ownership is just one piece of the puzzle.

Management Plan

Pronghorn Management Plan

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Other Species in Unit

Deer, Elk, Shiras Moose, Black Bear, Mountain Lion, Turkey,

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Photos and Terrain Notes


Elevations range from 12,795 feet at the highest point in the southwestern part of the area to 4,921 feet along the eastern edge near Fort Collins. This area covers much of the northern part of the... Create a free account to read the rest of this terrain note!

Pronghorn Over The Counter Hunts (2020)


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Pronghorn Drawing Stats (2020)


Total Quota
60
Licenses Drawn
60
Licenses Surplus
0
Resident Quota
51
Nonresident Quota
1
Landowner Quota
13
Youth Quota
5
28%
Overall Unit
1st Choice Draw Odds
Choose a hunt below to take a deeper dive into quotas, drawing odds, drawing trends, and harvest data.
Stats Apply For Sex Manner Season Type Draw Odds HuntScore Notes
AF007O1M
F
M
O1
LL
71.4%
77
AF007O1R
F
R
O1
LL
16.1%
64
AF007P1R
F
R
P1
LL
100%
81
AM007O1M
M
M
O1
LL
43.5%
70
AM007O1R
M
R
O1
LL
10%
64
AM007P1R
M
R
P1
LL
93.8%
73
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Pronghorn Harvest Stats (2019)


Total Hunters
103
Total Harvest
23
Harvest Male
14
Harvest Female
9
22%
Average Success
Manner Season Type Sex Hunters Harvest Male Female Youth
A
A
N/A 60 0
0
0
0
ALL
ALL
N/A 103 23
14
9
0
M
M
N/A 11 8
6
2
0
R
AR
N/A 32 15
8
7
0
R
P0
N/A 18 8
3
5
0
R
R
N/A 32 15
8
7
0
HuntScore Tip: Also keep in mind that past performance doesn't necessarily guide future success. Warm weather during the previous year may have limited harvest. Cold and snowy weather may have sent hunters home early the previous year, limiting the harvest. You may have better conditions. Look at the 3-5 year trends and not a specific year.

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Average Temps

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