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Colorado has leftover licenses available on the CDoW website, updated every hour or so to be the latest info.

However, hunting on the plains here is almost ALWAYS on private land, and licenses go by WMA areas overlaid on the land. The website has a handy map of all the WMA's, but it'll be labor intensive to track down individual landowners to get hunting pemission.

Colorado has a useful Big Game Walk In program that costs hunters $40 and allows you to hunt, without having to seek permission, on private ranch land. So co-ordinate the leftover tag you want, by WMA with where the Big Game Walk In program has a holding- and you are hunting.
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If anyone would like to hook up and do some huntin next year, I always like meeting new people.
That might be an option depending on who I might be hunting with. Check back next year.
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Colorado has a useful Big Game Walk In program that costs hunters $40 and allows you to hunt, without having to seek permission, on private ranch land. So co-ordinate the leftover tag you want, by WMA with where the Big Game Walk In program has a holding- and you are hunting.
Is this in cooperation with the landowners or is it forced on them?

Montana has a similar program (Block Management) with farmers and ranchers here that is a cooperative effort. Walking or driving is up to the landowner and written permission needs to be obtained usually the day/morning of the hunt.
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I'm 30 miles SSW of South Bend. I'll be in Wy. this year for Mulies and pronghorns. Sept. 15th is the opener for Mulies in the area that we have tags for. We're hoping to be done with the Mule Deer hunting by Thursday/Friday and spend the next couple of days looking for good goats.

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