New Forum Topics
DIY Over-The-Counter Colorado Antelope
Submitted by Eric Welsh
August 15th - September 20
Bucks Only August 15th - 31st
Either Sex September 1st - 20th
Ther are over 100 Over-The-Counter (OTC) Units to hunt Antelope in Colorado.
Units that don't hold a lot of Antelope:
40,60,60,63,64,65,71,72,73,74,75,76,77,78,711,741,771, and 751 (great Elk and Deer Units).
A great place for OTC Antelope is the Eastern Side of the state. Look at the unit map HERE.
There is a lot of State Land to hunt in Units; 93,97,98,119,123,125,126,128,129, and 135
I reccommend getting an add-on program for Google earth from Huntinggpsmaps.com ($40) Here is the link to the Colorado version: Hunting GPS Maps These add-on maps will show you all of the State and Private land. It also gives you land owner names, which you might be able to contact for permission to hunt.
If you are going to hunt public land in these units, you should call the Colorado Parks and Wildlife: (303) 291-7227 (Denver main office) to get info on the Antelope herds in the units you are looking at.
If you are looking for an OTC, DIY Hunt on private land and paying a Tresspass Fee, in the East side of Colorado; You should contact Brian Queener. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 719-229-7208.
Brian Quener offers Tresspass Fee hunts for $650. You will have access to over 55,000 acres. He has blinds set up at water holes, and only allows 2-3 hunters per week. The terrain also allows for Spot-n-Stalk opportunities. Because Brian only allows 2-3 hunters per week, there is limited pressure on these Antelope.
If you have any questions about this Antelope hunt, please comment below.
Antelope License Fee's: