Colorado Hunting Journal is a place for Colorado hunters to get together and share their Colorado hunting experiences. If you’re looking for a place to hunt, need advice on building a blind or just wanna get together and chat about the great hunting this state has to offer please join us and help us create a humble community.
Our goal is to create an online home away from home for Colorado hunters who want to stay tuned with what’s going on in their backyard. If you can’t make it into the field this week or next you can catch up right here on Colorado Hunting Journal.
Kris is a contributing writer and website manager at Colorado Hunting Journal. From Dove season in September to late season Canadian geese in February. Kris has been hunting in Colorado for about 15 years chasing elk in the southwest corner of the state and decoying waterfowl up and down the eastern and northern plains. When not hunting Kris manages and operates dozens of websites and excels in online marketing for various types of businesses.
Rob began his hunting adventures not long ago in 2004 and can only say how much he can not wait to get more time in the field. His favorite hunt would have to be for those wily pheasants but he could never turn down a waterfowl hunt. Archery elk hunting will definitely raise anyone’s blood pressure, during the rut, but it’s sure to boil Rob’s. He looks forward to sharing his personal stories and experiences in Colorado with you. From wing shooting and fishing to the ragging bulls and bucks that give him the fever year round, you can be sure to get an earful from him.
Steve, like the rest of us here at CHJ, was born and raised in Wonderful Colorado. His first waterfowl hunt was back in high school and since then he has hunted just about every SWA there is along the South Platte River. We are sure he will not hesitate to tell you exactly what he thinks about each one. Steve is also a firm believer that public land can and will offer some of the best hunting this state has to offer. At the age of 9 he finally got to tag along with his father to hunt Elk and memories of his father Elk hunting go as far back as he can remember. By the age of 12 he was able to harvest his first cow elk with a rifle and still enjoys going every year. Now, he holds his bugle high for his brothers and can only say how much he loves talking to the Elk, period.
Hopefully, we will see Steve at an elk calling competition soon!