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    Leftover Licenses

    Colorado Parks & Wildlife has posted the leftover tags. They officially go on sale Aug 6.

    I was going to get a 4th season cow tag, but none left in the unit I want.
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    Thanks for the info. I'll start window shopping.

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    Sweet. Looks like I can get a cow tag for muzzleloader season in my unit.

    Is it possible to get through on the 800 number on 8/6? Or, are you better off going someplace that sells licenses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Bailey View Post
    Sweet. Looks like I can get a cow tag for muzzleloader season in my unit.

    Is it possible to get through on the 800 number on 8/6? Or, are you better off going someplace that sells licenses?
    I would get to someplace that sells them and do it right at 9:00 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I would get to someplace that sells them and do it right at 9:00 AM.
    I would get there a bit before 9 if the tag you want is in high demand. Often times there is a big crowd waiting by the time licenses go on sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiMtnHnter View Post
    I would get there a bit before 9 if the tag you want is in high demand. Often times there is a big crowd waiting by the time licenses go on sale.
    I usually go to the local state park office. Small and usually never anyone there, better than WallWorld of one of the bigger gunshops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I usually go to the local state park office. Small and usually never anyone there, better than WallWorld of one of the bigger gunshops.
    I used to wait at the DOW office in Fort Collins. Not cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiMtnHnter View Post
    I used to wait at the DOW office in Fort Collins. Not cool!
    Yep I have done the same at the Durango office. Used to get there at 3:00 AM.
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    Fly fishing shops. Nobody thinks to go there. Not in my town anyway.

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    just got my leftover cow tag (EFě44O1M). There was no wait whatsoever using the 800 number.

 

 

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