The Flintlock Hooded Jacket is a basic insulated jacket is essential to any huntsman’s wardrobe. The Flintlock hooded jacket is medium weight 60/40 cotton/poly with polyester insulation. It has two exterior snap pockets and an adjustable hood. The Flintlock Hooded Jacket has a two way zipper covered with a storm flap for added protection from the elements. The rear of the jacket features a license loop.
List price: $50.00
Jungle Master Fixed Blade Tactical Bowie Knife
List price: $15.99
The Ka Bar’ was designed to serve our troops during WW II and is still doing its job, with honors, more than 50 Years later
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Allen Arrow Puller. These Arrow Pullers have soft rubber molded handle that grips any shaft, eliminating blisters. Snap cup can attach the Puller to a belt loop or “D” ring so you always have it on you. This deal is right on target… order today! Allen Arrow Puller
List price: $8.46
By Dan Infalt: It was 2:30 AM, on a sleepless mid-July night. Rather than lie in bed staring at the darkness, I decided to try and locate a shooter buck. I took a ride out to one of my hunting areas and I lit up one of my favorite fields that occasionally produced some nice […]
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Leftover big game hunting licenses will go on sale to the public Aug. 6 at 9 a.m., at Colorado Parks and Wildlife offices and more than 700 hunting license retailers statewide.
Leftover licenses are those limited licenses that did not sell during the annual license draw process. With hunting applications being up by four percent this spring, there are fewer leftover licenses available than last year but hunters will still find plenty of opportunity. In addition to the approximately 33,000 elk licenses, 6,800 deer licenses and 3,800 pronghorn licenses that will be available, more than 1,500 bear licenses and 120 leftover fall turkey licenses will also go on sale to the public the morning of Aug. 6.
Leftover license day is one of the biggest hunting license sales days for many hunting licenses sales locations. Hunters can find a list of wildlife offices and license retailers on the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website.
License purchasers who are out of state or unable to get to a license agent can call the toll-free license sales number, 1-800-244-5613, beginning at 9 a.m. MDT on Aug. 6. It is important to note that online purchasing of leftover licenses is delayed until the following day to keep distribution fair. Internet sales of leftover licenses do not begin until 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7.
A complete list of leftover licenses that go on sale Tuesday, Aug. 6 is available online. Hunters should check the current list to make sure that the licenses they are seeking will be available. Once license sales begin, the online list will be updated every 15 minutes.
Youth hunters will need to pay extra attention to which leftover license they purchase if they wish to participate in the Youth Late Season Elk Hunts. For more information, visit the Late Youth Hunts webpage (bit.ly/coloyouthhunts).
Hunters planning to purchase a leftover license should come prepared with their driver’s license and hunter education card. State law requires that anyone purchasing a hunting or fishing license provide their social security number. Hunters interested in purchasing private-land-only licenses must obtain permission from landowners before they can hunt on private land.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages 42 state parks, more than 300 state wildlife areas, all of Colorado’s wildlife, and a variety of outdoor recreation. For more information go to cpw.state.co.us.
A newsstand favorite for nearly 15 years, Bowhunting Whitetails is now one of the bowhunting industry’s most trusted annuals on the topic.
The annual publication, produced by Mathews, Inc. in conjunction with F+W Media, Inc. and Deer and Deer Hunting magazine, is on newsstands now with a new slew of information for bowhunting enthusiasts.
Backed by Mathews, the largest and one of the most well-respected bow manufacturers in the world, each annual issue of Bowhunting Whitetails is packed with information for the novice and expert bowhunter. Whether they are trusted experts or your average hunter, magazine contributors share one thing in common: They are all serious about bowhunting. With that collective passion in mind, Bowhunting Whitetails has become a must-read for bowhunters across the country.
This year’s issue will not disappoint. The annual magazine includes a roundup of new gear to check out, shooting advice from some of the top archers in the world, an examination of the whitetails’ keen sense of smell, and one writer’s thoughts on why crossbows are great for the bowhunting world.
In “Yes, I Shoot Like a Girl”, Bowhunting Whitetails gathers top female archers from around the world to hear their thoughts on hunting, shooting and their lives, in their own words. Plus, Mathews staff answers some of the most common bowhunting questions and gives readers an insider’s peek at their process for creating the world’s most advanced bows.
Be sure to look on newsstands now for the 2013 Bowhunting Whitetails.
Made in the U.S.A. Individual Size: 2.25″ x 4″. Provides warmth and freedom to endure cold climate situations. Used by athletes, sportsmen, spectators and construction workers. Safe, convenient, concentrated warmth. Portable (No wires or batteries). Odorless. Disposable, non-toxic, non-flammable. Environmentally friendly. Contains all natural ingredients.
List price: $34.99
When you get ALPS OutdoorZ Commander Pack Bag, you’re getting the Commander Freighter Frame PLUS a 5250 cubic inch Pack Bag. The Pack Bag is great for getting all your gear to your base camp. The Pack Bag includes a front pocket, spotting scope pocket, rifle holder, and two side accessory hinged pockets, in addition to the main compartment. Once you empty out your Pack Bag, it can be easily detached so the Commander can be used as a Freighter Frame also. The Commander Freighter Frame allows you to haul your meat from one place to the next. The Commander comes equipped with a unique lashing system to secure your meat. With as much weight as you’ll be carrying, padded waist belt and shoulder straps are a must. There are pockets for your flash light and knife, as well as a holder for your shooting stix on the lashing straps. With the Commander Pack Bag, you really get two products in one, a Pack Bag AND a Freighter Frame!
List price: $159.99