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Big shout out to Donnell , Dave and HUNTDATA.com. They made our hunt amazing! Not only with their knowledge, their maps and their decoy but with their help while talking with them. We encountered so many Bulls and Cows with their help our hunting trip was absolutely amazing! Thanks again Donnelle Painter Johnson, Dave Johnson and Huntdata.com!
Thanks to Hunt Data, Donnelle Painter Johnson and David Johnson. Successful hunts aren’t always about the harvest.

Although I wasn’t successful with the harvest of an elk this 4th Season rifle, I was successful in many other ways; all due to having maps to navigate the terrain.

I found parks I didn’t know about, roads I didn’t know about, I was able to send my locations to a friend when I was stuck in a tight spot on a Forrest Service Road and get back in one piece.

I shared maps with my friends and explained to them in detail the benefits of these maps versus other maps out there.. Every one of them was SOLD on four main points: Data put into the maps, safety, ease of use and the distinct ability to determine boundaries.

Thanks to Hunt Data for the very successful hunt this year!!
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Fun chasing the Rio turkey with Donnelle Painter Johnson. Was blessed with this great bird 🦃
Join us this weekend for the Colorado Sportsman & Boat Expo in Colorado Springs at the Event Center. Donnelle Painter Johnson and I teach a seminar “The Path to Elk Hunting Success” on Friday at 3:00pm and Saturday at 11:00am! See you there😃 #coloradoexpo #huntingdivas #nativebycarlton #huntdata
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Fantastic presentation last night at Koelbel Library, Donnelle & Lisa!

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Sneak Peak! Congrats Dave!

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06/04/2021

BIG NEWS FOR BOWHUNTING AND CONSERVATION

he Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting to join Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Missouri
Preeminent collection of bowhunting artifacts relocates to America’s Conservation Capital, home to unprecedented assembly of exhibits from leading conservation organizations
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Officials from the Pope & Young Club in Chatfield, Minn., together with noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris, today announced plans to relocate the Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting and its permanent collection to the campus of Bass Pro Shops national headquarters in Springfield, Mo., home to Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium.

Wonders of Wildlife is a gift to the sportsmen and women of America from Johnny Morris. Johnny endeavored to create a world-class not-for-profit conservation attraction located in his hometown of Springfield, Missouri, next to Bass Pro Shops’ flagship headquarters store – where half the nation’s population lives within a day’s drive. Unprecedented in scale and scope, Wonders of Wildlife has been acclaimed as the most important natural history museum to open in America in more than a century.

The Pope & Young Club is one of North America’s leading bowhunting and conservation organizations, dedicated to the promotion and protection of bowhunting by increasing awareness and appreciation for bowhunting foundations, principles and values. Currently located in Chatfield, Minn., the Club’s Museum of Bowhunting is the singular, crowning testimony to North America’s rich bowhunting heritage.

The museum boasts the preeminent collection of bowhunting artifacts and history, educating visitors to bowhunting’s place in wildlife conservation and culture. Artifacts and educational displays retrace the steps of pioneer bowhunters and the sport’s rise in popularity during the mid-20th Century, to modern day bowhunting and the continued legacy of the Pope & Young Club.

The potential to reach a significantly wider audience and inspire new generations to discover bowhunting was a key motivation in the Pope & Young Club’s decision to relocate its collection. Located in the heartland of America, Wonders of Wildlife welcomed 1.6 million visitors in its first year alone. It has been voted as “America’s Best New Attraction” and “America’s Best Aquarium” twice by USA TODAY readers, and is currently in the running to receive the honor for a third time.

Spanning 350,000 square feet with more than 1.5 miles of trails, Wonders of Wildlife is home to the largest and most immersive wildlife attraction in the world. Although the artifact collection will be relocated, the Pope & Young Club will continue to operate from its Chatfield, Minn., headquarters.

“As stewards of North America’s bowhunting heritage, the Pope & Young Club is thrilled to partner with Johnny Morris in sharing the Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting with more guests than ever before,” said Kurt Ebers, President of the Pope & Young Club. “The rich history of bowhunters and our impact on conservation is a story we’re proud to tell, and it’s exciting for us to have the premier tribute to bowhunting proudly on display for all visitors to the Bass Pro Shops headquarters and Wonders of Wildlife campus in Springfield, Mo.”

AMERICA'S CONSERVATION CAPITAL
recurve bow collection
Collection of historic recurve bows from Fred Bear Archery from the Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting

The Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting joins an extraordinary collection of exhibits and galleries at Wonders of Wildlife that showcase national conservation organizations within a single “must-see” destination experience. Often referred to as America’s Conservation Capital, Wonders of Wildlife collectively celebrates the role of hunters and anglers in conserving wildlife and the outdoors. Other partner galleries include the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) Fishing Hall of Fame, National Bass Fishing Hall of Fame, Boone and Crockett Club’s National Collection of Heads and Horns, the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum, National Audubon Society, and the National Archery Hall of Fame. Plans are also underway to add galleries from the American Museum of Fly Fishing and the Windland Smith Rice International Awards’ annual Nature’s Best Photography exhibition.

“The Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting is a world-class collection every sportsman will enjoy and appreciate,” said noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris. “We’re honored the Pope & Young Club has provided an opportunity for us to showcase these priceless artifacts, and we’re very excited to celebrate bowhunting’s incredible heritage, history and conservation impact with our guests.”

BIG NEWS FOR BOWHUNTING AND CONSERVATION

he Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting to join Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Missouri
Preeminent collection of bowhunting artifacts relocates to America’s Conservation Capital, home to unprecedented assembly of exhibits from leading conservation organizations
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Officials from the Pope & Young Club in Chatfield, Minn., together with noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris, today announced plans to relocate the Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting and its permanent collection to the campus of Bass Pro Shops national headquarters in Springfield, Mo., home to Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium.

Wonders of Wildlife is a gift to the sportsmen and women of America from Johnny Morris. Johnny endeavored to create a world-class not-for-profit conservation attraction located in his hometown of Springfield, Missouri, next to Bass Pro Shops’ flagship headquarters store – where half the nation’s population lives within a day’s drive. Unprecedented in scale and scope, Wonders of Wildlife has been acclaimed as the most important natural history museum to open in America in more than a century.

The Pope & Young Club is one of North America’s leading bowhunting and conservation organizations, dedicated to the promotion and protection of bowhunting by increasing awareness and appreciation for bowhunting foundations, principles and values. Currently located in Chatfield, Minn., the Club’s Museum of Bowhunting is the singular, crowning testimony to North America’s rich bowhunting heritage.

The museum boasts the preeminent collection of bowhunting artifacts and history, educating visitors to bowhunting’s place in wildlife conservation and culture. Artifacts and educational displays retrace the steps of pioneer bowhunters and the sport’s rise in popularity during the mid-20th Century, to modern day bowhunting and the continued legacy of the Pope & Young Club.

The potential to reach a significantly wider audience and inspire new generations to discover bowhunting was a key motivation in the Pope & Young Club’s decision to relocate its collection. Located in the heartland of America, Wonders of Wildlife welcomed 1.6 million visitors in its first year alone. It has been voted as “America’s Best New Attraction” and “America’s Best Aquarium” twice by USA TODAY readers, and is currently in the running to receive the honor for a third time.

Spanning 350,000 square feet with more than 1.5 miles of trails, Wonders of Wildlife is home to the largest and most immersive wildlife attraction in the world. Although the artifact collection will be relocated, the Pope & Young Club will continue to operate from its Chatfield, Minn., headquarters.

“As stewards of North America’s bowhunting heritage, the Pope & Young Club is thrilled to partner with Johnny Morris in sharing the Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting with more guests than ever before,” said Kurt Ebers, President of the Pope & Young Club. “The rich history of bowhunters and our impact on conservation is a story we’re proud to tell, and it’s exciting for us to have the premier tribute to bowhunting proudly on display for all visitors to the Bass Pro Shops headquarters and Wonders of Wildlife campus in Springfield, Mo.”

AMERICA'S CONSERVATION CAPITAL
recurve bow collection
Collection of historic recurve bows from Fred Bear Archery from the Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting

The Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting joins an extraordinary collection of exhibits and galleries at Wonders of Wildlife that showcase national conservation organizations within a single “must-see” destination experience. Often referred to as America’s Conservation Capital, Wonders of Wildlife collectively celebrates the role of hunters and anglers in conserving wildlife and the outdoors. Other partner galleries include the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) Fishing Hall of Fame, National Bass Fishing Hall of Fame, Boone and Crockett Club’s National Collection of Heads and Horns, the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum, National Audubon Society, and the National Archery Hall of Fame. Plans are also underway to add galleries from the American Museum of Fly Fishing and the Windland Smith Rice International Awards’ annual Nature’s Best Photography exhibition.

“The Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting is a world-class collection every sportsman will enjoy and appreciate,” said noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris. “We’re honored the Pope & Young Club has provided an opportunity for us to showcase these priceless artifacts, and we’re very excited to celebrate bowhunting’s incredible heritage, history and conservation impact with our guests.”

05/02/2021

How’s your turkey season going so far? Let’s see your pictures.

How’s your turkey season going so far? Let’s see your pictures.

04/03/2021

If you have questions about the draw, we’ll do our best to help you! Ask away 👍😀❤️ #huntsmarter #colorado #muledeer

If you have questions about the draw, we’ll do our best to help you! Ask away 👍😀❤️ #huntsmarter #colorado #muledeer

04/03/2021

Important Colorado BigGame dates:

Hunting draw application deadline April 6th at 8:00 pm. We’ll be on 560 am discussing the draw at 1:00 pm. Tune in in ten minutes. Sportsman Of Colorado Radio Donnelle Painter Johnson @johnson david

Important Colorado BigGame dates:

Hunting draw application deadline April 6th at 8:00 pm. We’ll be on 560 am discussing the draw at 1:00 pm. Tune in in ten minutes. Sportsman Of Colorado Radio Donnelle Painter Johnson @johnson david

03/20/2021

Join us tomorrow to learn more about elk hunting in Colorado.

http://evite.me/enX9uMc5RA

Highpoint Church
6450 S Southlands Pkwy
Aurora, Co 80016

Topic: Hunting BigGame Seminar
Time: Mar 20, 2021 10:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 869 7601 2841
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Join us tomorrow to learn more about elk hunting in Colorado.

http://evite.me/enX9uMc5RA

Highpoint Church
6450 S Southlands Pkwy
Aurora, Co 80016

Topic: Hunting BigGame Seminar
Time: Mar 20, 2021 10:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86976012841

Meeting ID: 869 7601 2841
One tap mobile
+16699006833,,86976012841# US (San Jose)
+12532158782,,86976012841# US (Tacoma)

Dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)

01/15/2021

We have goose concentrations on our eastern plains maps.

We have goose concentrations on our eastern plains maps.

A Deer Migration You Have to See to Believe | National Geographic 01/11/2021

A Deer Migration You Have to See to Believe | National Geographic

Here is a documentary showing how they capture "migration" information.

https://youtu.be/BIAyb-1uwTg

A Deer Migration You Have to See to Believe | National Geographic Researchers have only recently found the longest large mammal migration in the continental United States: Mule deer migrate 150 miles (241 kilometers) in wes...

11/06/2020

Elk movement around the Cameron Peak Fire

Elk movement and the Cameron Peak Fire

11/04/2020

One of the changes proposed is unlimited general season “Any Bull” permits. Any thoughts? The general season any bull elk permits have been capped at 15k hunters. This proposal would remove that cap but wouldn’t change the 15k cap on spike units.
David Johnson

Our biologists are recommending a few changes to the 2021 big game hunts and would like the public’s feedback on the proposals. Learn details — and watch the proposal presentations — here: https://go.usa.gov/x7kTP

Go directly to the feedback form: https://wildlife.utah.gov/feedback.html

09/22/2020

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Your habitat stamp dollars at work!

The Hale Ranch is one of our newest conservation easements funded by the Colorado Wildlife Habitat Program. The magnificent property provides public access for fishing and hunting.

Learn More: http://cpw.state.co.us/CWHP

09/22/2020

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

The Hale Ranch

The Hale Ranch is one of our newest conservation easements funded by the Colorado Wildlife Habitat Program. The magnificent property provides public access for fishing and hunting.

Learn More: http://cpw.state.co.us/CWHP

09/18/2020

HuntData

09/18/2020

Founder of HuntData was able to harvest a beautiful ram this week using his HuntData maps! It’s not too late to order a map for your big game hunt. Let’s see your early season pics in the comments! 👇

09/14/2020

Great Bull elk with his ladies

08/25/2020

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Have you seen the bull with that tire around his neck?

Wildlife officer Scott Murdoch discusses a bull elk seen between Conifer and the Mount Evans Wilderness Area with a tire around its neck. He goes over possibilities of how it got on there, what it would take to free the bull of the tire and what people can do to prevent something like this from happening again.

08/12/2020

Field & Stream

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A test of true friendship.

theknow.denverpost.com 07/02/2020

Starting Wednesday, you need a hunting or fishing license to hike in Colorado state wildlife areas

https://theknow.denverpost.com/2020/07/01/colorado-state-wildlife-areas-hunting-fishing-license/241323/?utm_campaign=socialflow&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_content=fb-theknow

theknow.denverpost.com Colorado Parks and Wildlife is requiring hunting or fishing licenses if you want to hike a state wildlife area.

05/27/2020

We get asked often by new elk and deer hunters on how we know #where2hunt. HuntData’s digital and printer maps help us plan, scout, and execute our hunts. We’d love to share some of our secrets that have helped us be successful in the backcountry!

hunter-ed.com 04/29/2020

Official Colorado Hunter Safety Course - Online CO Hunter Certification

If you or someone that you know is in need of Hunter Education, Parks and Wildlife
are offering an online only course until July 28, 2020. Students must be 11 years of age or older. This is a lifetime Hunter Education certificate and students will not have to participate in a conclusion course.

The course can be found at: https://www.hunter-ed.com/colorado/

hunter-ed.com The official Colorado hunter safety course for your hunting license. Learn online on any device and print out your certificate. Study the course for free!

[04/06/20]   I haven't received my license or permit by mail - what do I do?
Our license vendor is experiencing significant delays in the fulfillment of CPW products due to “shelter in place” orders related to COVID-19 and are currently backlogged in printing and mailing CPW products.

CPW is allowing customers to use a TAN (Temporary Authorization Number) for proof of privilege for most of our products at this time. This includes small game, combination small game and fishing, waterfowl stamps, fishing, habitat stamps, annual passes and OHV permits.

We have also temporarily extended the timeframe for which a TAN is valid from 14 days to 45 days.

Additionally, for the 2020 spring season only, a TAN will also be allowed for proof of privilege for OTC spring turkey licenses and April mountain lion licenses.

As carcass tags may not be present for mountain lion and OTC spring turkey licenses purchased after March 23, (as these customer licenses may be covered by a TAN), a printed copy of the receipt/confirmation email will be used as the carcass tag in these situations. Customers must print the receipt, carry it with them while hunting and attach it to the carcass after harvest and during transport. After harvesting, the hunter must write the s*x and date of harvest, as well as sign the receipt, similar to the voiding carcass tag procedures.
Am I still allowed to fish and/or hunt?
Governor Polis's Stay at Home order and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's most recent Public Health order allow for continued outdoor recreation, including fishing and hunting.

CPW, along with the Governor's office, CDPHE and the CDC encourages people to take the local and state stay-at-home orders seriously, and limit travel wherever possible, even for approved recreation activities.

All hunters and anglers must have a valid license, and a valid park pass if recreating in state parks. Hunters and anglers should also check with their local municipal land managers, National Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, or US Fish and Wildlife Service office for specific closures and allowed recreation activities. Please respect any posted closures.

Spring Turkey Hunters:
If COVID-19 impacts your turkey hunting plans, CPW is waiving the 14-day minimum requirement for hunters to turn in their spring turkey license for a refund request as well as the $15 processing fee.
We will also issue customers both a full refund and restoration of their turkey preference points used to draw a returned license upon request. Licenses will still need to be postmarked and/or returned before the start of the season to be eligible for refund.

David Johnson

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