Colorado sheep Harvest/Location info

Discussion in 'Sheep Hunting' started by CSPSgt, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. CSPSgt

    CSPSgt Well-Known Member

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    The Colorado sheep Harvest/Horn Measurement and Location Statistics are out:
    Statistics - Colorado Division of Wildlife
    They also have the Post-Hunt Population Estimates by Unit.

    The DOW pages have an interactive map that can be configured to show Township and Range for the locations. You can put the Lat and Long in Google Earth as a search and it will take you to the location. As for easting and northing, there are spread sheets that convert the information to Lat and Long. Remember the deadline is April 6 to apply.

    One more wishful year for me.
     
  2. cornstalker

    cornstalker Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the heads up.

    How many wishful years are you up to now?
     

  3. CSPSgt

    CSPSgt Well-Known Member

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    I drew a S19 tag in 2007 after waiting 29 years. Hicks and I spent 15 days looking but couldn't entice any rams to come out of the Park. We ran into lots of ewes and lambs but... One more year to get the basic 3 points and then the real wait begins. How about you?
     
  4. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    Had no idea that kind of info was available and better yet can be accessed via a website. Thanks for posting it.