When does Colorado deer and moose hunting season start?

When does deer hunting season begin in Colorado?

Hunting season is right around the corner. Is your vehicle prepared for the woods?

When does Colorado deer and moose hunting season start? Deer, elk and moose hunting usually starts towards the end of the summer. Many local Colorado residents as well as a large number of tourists flock to Colorado for some of the best big game hunting in the U.S.

SUVs have become bigger, more fuel efficient, and capable of doing more off-road. It’s no surprise that the 2016 Ford Explorer has become one of the hottest selling vehicles in America.

Whether it’s hunting, hiking or fishing, there are countless activities to be done in the Colorado outdoors. Even when the gets nasty and cold, you can trek your way through the Colorado snow in the comforts of home. With a cabin full of wondrous technology, like the Ford SYNC System, you’ll be able to navigate the road ahead with on board navigation or talk to the whole gang with Bluetooth connectivity.

As hunting season approaches, it’s a good idea to start planning for the hunt. Below are the dates for deer, elk and moose hunting dates in Colorado.

2015 Deer and Elk Season Dates

Archery: August 29 – September 27 (West of I-25 and Unit 140)
Muzzleloader (draw only): September 12 – 20
Rifle: Combined deer/elk (second season) October 17 – 25

2015 Moose Season Dates

Archery: September 12 – 27
Muzzleloader (draw only): September 12 – 20
Rifle: October 1 – 14

Ford vehicles great for hunting off-road

The ultimate off-road vehicle, the 2017 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor has not yet been released. Many hunters usually gravitate to the popular and heavily awarded Ford F-150 pickup truck. Extra equipment is easily stored in the bed of a truck. The Ford F-150 has been one of the best selling vehicle in America for years, and for good reason.