Summit Treestands
Northern Colorado to open up
Whitetail Deer
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28-Aug-21
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – National Forest managers, partners and volunteers in northern Colorado have been hard at work this summer tackling fire and flood recovery work across the vast landscape of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests. Tens of thousands of burned hazard trees have been mitigated. Hundreds of miles of roads and trails have been stabilized. Fire containment lines have been restored. Culverts have been cleared of debris. And aerial mulching has occurred in critical areas.

As a result of the efforts of multiple collaborative post-fire recovery across northern Colorado, the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests have reopened more areas that have been closed since last year’s wildfires and this summer’s monsoons. These areas include Long Draw Road in the Cameron Peak Fire area, the Keyser Ridge area on the Williams Fork Fire in Grand County and the western side of Stillwater Pass off Colo. 125, which experienced significant impacts from the summer monsoons following the East Troublesome Fire.

28-Aug-21
Those area haven’t been hunted in 2 years so hopefully you guys see animals that have 2 more years on them and more of them.

From: Jaquomo
28-Aug-21
They opened up most of the area south of Deadman Road as well. Should be good hunting, as Altitude Sickness suggests. Hopefully it will spread out the hunting pressure too.

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