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Colorado special tag area yields high success on muley bucks

This outfitter has been producing good bucks at a fair price. He lives in the area and knows it well.

The unit has been managed for quality hunting by the state, so a good percentage of bucks grow old enough to sprout bragging-size racks. The outfitter offers an archery hunt in August, a muzzleloader hunt in September, and rifle hunts in October and November.

Both residents and non-residents of Colorado must accumulate preference points to draw a tag to hunt this unit. The deadline to apply for a tag is in early April. There are a few landowner tags available, but they are expensive.

Early season hunts are usually run out of a tent camp. October and November hunters are lodged in a cabin. Meals are included. The outfitter hunts some land that is accessible primarily through private land. Hunter success is typically 100% though occasionally a hunter will hold out for one of the record-class animals for which this unit is famous, and then they might pass on all other bucks.

Hunt MD3810

Guide ratio
5 days


$Call. Was $4,500 last year.
Limited deer tag unit in Colorado. Outfitter hunts on mixed private and public land.
Record Trophy size
Hunter success most years has been 100 percent. Every few years a hunter doesn't score, such as in 2002 when 15 hunters got 14 bucks and in 1999 when 18 hunters got 17 bucks and in 1998 when 16 hunters took 15 bucks. Even in an area such as this, a hunter can be so selective that he might not see the size buck he wants. Extraordinary bucks are exactly that. Over the past 12 years a few bucks in the 30- to 36-inch range have been taken on this hunt. The best-scoring bucks have scored more than 200 B&C points with several in the 190s, quite a few in the 180s and an average of about 170. One year this unit produced three bucks that scored more than 250 B&C, but none of those bucks was taken by this outfitter.
Licenses Lodging and meals
Apply before early April. You need nine to 11 preference points to draw a rifle tag, or you can buy a landowner preference point. Click here for the latest price from Colorado Lodging during deer-only hunts is usually a cabin with hot and cold running water and a shower, meals included. Earlier hunts might be from a tent camp.
Extra fees Elevation
License, any taxes, taxidermist and butcher fees not included. Varies, typically 7,500 to 8,500 feet.


You can add elk for an additional fee, but you'll need lots of preference points. Details and pictures. You need nine to 15 preference points to draw a tag, depending on the season, or you can buy a landowner permit (price varies each year, but landowner vouchers are not cheap).