Hunting in

GMU 23 - Rio Blanco and Garfield Counties

GMU 23 - Rio Blanco and Garfield Counties

Generally, this unit is considered very good elk hunting. Because of access roads, hunting pressure is high on Sleepy Cat, Lost Park and Sand Peak.

47 /100
GMU 83 - Alamosa, Costilla, and Huerfano Counties

GMU 83 - Alamosa, Costilla, and Huerfano Counties

Elk hunting is good but requires hunters to pursue animals in challenging terrain. Overall success rates for elk hunters in unlimited units in the San Luis Valley are generally lower than the statewide average. Weather is a dominant factor for hunters. Sn

45 /100
GMU 211 - Moffat and Rio Blanco Counties

GMU 211 - Moffat and Rio Blanco Counties

There is a large elk herd in this unit, and it occupies all available habitat. The later seasons are usually better, especially on public land, due to snow and hunting pressure pushing the elk out of the adjacent units.

44 /100
GMU 711 - Dolores, Montezuma, and San Miguel Counties

GMU 711 - Dolores, Montezuma, and San Miguel Counties

The elk population is holding steady and herds are at objective levels. Animals are distributed widely throughout the eastern portion of these units. Elk will move quickly into thick aspen, evergreens and rugged terrain with hunting pressure.

44 /100
GMU 581 - Park, Teller, and Fremont Counties

GMU 581 - Park, Teller, and Fremont Counties

This unit tends to be a winter concentration area for elk, especially the western and northeastern portion of the unit. In the northeast, look toward Dome Rock SWA and Sheep Rock. In the west, look toward Witcher Mountain and Cap Rock Ridge.

44 /100
GMU 58 - Fremont and Park Counties

GMU 58 - Fremont and Park Counties

Most elk hunting is in the 39-Mile Mountain, Dick's Peak, Black Mountain and Waugh Mountain areas. Another place to check would be Waugh Mountain STL.

39 /100
GMU 103 - Yuma County

GMU 103 - Yuma County

The elevation in this area ranges from 3,835 feet to 3,550 feet. The terrain is Consists of flat to gently rolling. The vegetation consists of Short grass prairies, farms, cottonwoods, willows.

39 /100
GMU 94 - Larimer, Adams and Weld Counties

GMU 94 - Larimer, Adams and Weld Counties

39 /100
GMU 84 - Custer, Fremont, Huerfano, and Pueblo Counties

GMU 84 - Custer, Fremont, Huerfano, and Pueblo Counties

The tags in this unit are limited license only for elk - draw or leftover licenses only. There are no OTC licenses.

38 /100
GMU 118 - El Paso County

GMU 118 - El Paso County

Elk can be found in the south and southwest region of the unit.

38 /100
GMU 110 - El Paso County

GMU 110 - El Paso County

Elk can occanionally be found in the Northern/Central part of the Black Forest.

38 /100
GMU 123 - El Paso and Pueblo Counties

GMU 123 - El Paso and Pueblo Counties

The elevation in this area ranges from 5,151 to 4,528 feet. The terrain is Level to gently rolling. The vegetation consists of Shortgrass prairie with some farmland and cottonwood/willow riparian.

37 /100
GMU 441 - Moffat and Routt Counties

GMU 441 - Moffat and Routt Counties

Elk are plentiful throughout the Upper Yampa area. Licenses are also readily available, but hunters should not rely on leftover license availability as these herds approach population objective.

37 /100
GMU 129 - Otero County

GMU 129 - Otero County

The elevation in this area ranges from 4,659 to 4,066 feet. The terrain is Level to gently rolling. The vegetation consists of Shortgrass prairie with areas of farmland, piñon/juniper/shrub, riparian/ cottonwood.

36 /100
GMU 861 - Huerfano County

GMU 861 - Huerfano County

For the best results, focus your time SW of Bradford and the northern slopes of Slide Mountain in the early seasons.

33 /100
GMU 96 - Logan, Washington, and Morgan Counties

GMU 96 - Logan, Washington, and Morgan Counties

Three habitat types, irrigated cropland, sandsage/mid-grass prairie, and cottonwood riparian, dominate the landscape, comprising 65%, 20%, and 10% of the habitat composition, respectively, in the area.

32 /100
GMU 147 - Las Animas County

GMU 147 - Las Animas County

The elevation in this area ranges from 5,801 feet to 4,429 feet. The terrain is Flat to steep rocky canyons. The vegetation consists of Shortgrass prairie, piñons, juniper, cottonwood riparian.

30 /100
GMU 851 - Costilla and Las Animas Counties

GMU 851 - Costilla and Las Animas Counties

Try near Tercio and Stonewall for elk in this unit, but be warned it's almost all private land. There is some public opportunity through limited license draw on Bosque del Oso SWA, Hill Ranch or Tercio Ranch through RFW.

29 /100
GMU 92 - Logan and Sedgwick Counties

GMU 92 - Logan and Sedgwick Counties

Three habitat types, irrigated cropland, sandsage/mid-grass prairie, and cottonwood riparian, dominate the landscape, comprising 65%, 20%, and 10% of the habitat composition, respectively, in the area.

26 /100
GMU 130 - Otero and Bent Counties

GMU 130 - Otero and Bent Counties

The elevation in this area ranges from 4,790 to 3,901 feet. The terrain is Flat to gently rolling with moderately steep plateaus and canyons. The vegetation consists of Shortgrass prairie with cottonwood riparian, piñon/juniper and farms.

24 /100
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