July 19-21, 2013
Mark your calendar for the Annual Colorado Bowhunters Association Jamboree to be held July 19, 20, and 21, 2013, at Quail Mountain Recreation Area near Granite, Colorado (same location as last year, on private property south of Leadville).
This is the CBA’s largest event and has grown to nearly 3,000 participants. The three-day CBA Jamboree event includes six 3D ranges, calling contests, vendors, seminars, chili cooking contests, kid’s crafts, specialty shoots, swap meet, Saturday night, auction and dance, and much more.
The Jamboree has become a family oriented event that bowhunting enthusiasts look forward to each year! This year, we will be adding new novelty shoots and events. More ...
Landowner Preference Program
We are also working on converting the slide
shows to a movie format in case you cannot
view the slide shows using Power Point Viewer.
Legislation to change the Landowner Preference Program (also known as the Landowner Voucher Program) is pending in the Senate of the Colorado General Assembly. The Colorado Bowhunters Association has not yet taken a position on this legislation but requests input from our membership as to their perspective on the proposed changes.
For further information please visit the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Web site, and read the Landowner Voucher Program Review Committee Recommendations. After you have seen the slide show and read the Recommendations you may get further information from any of the Committee members. Please provide your CBA Regional Director or anyone else on the CBA Board with your perspective on this proposed legislation.
Understanding the Board’s position regarding the LO Voucher Bill
by Chris Roe
Regarding the current LO Voucher Bill, most folks know by now that the CBA has taken a position to STAY OUT of the discussion, and take no position for, or against, the Bill. Instead, we encouraged the CBA MEMBERSHIP, and other sportsman, to contact their Representatives and Senators to make their opinions on the matter known.
And regarding that, I will re-iterate: PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATORS AND LET YOUR OPINION ON THIS BILL BE KNOWN!!!!!
Last Year's Dream Hunt Tag Winner
Scott Moore with
the bull he harvested
on Sept. 27, 2012.
- Hunt over 4 months from the first open season in August through December 31, 2013.
- Eligible to hunt in ALL game management units with an open season for elk.
- Eligible to use any legal weapon for the respective open season for elk.
- Tickets are $25 each, or 5 for $100; maximum 25 tickets per buyer.
- Maximum of ONLY 1,000 tickets to be sold.
- 75% of net proceeds goes to CO DP&W earmarked for Elk conservation.
- Winner to be drawn at the CBA Jamboree, on or about July 20, 2013, at 5:15 p.m., Lost Canyon Road, 2 miles west of US Hwy. 24, San Isabel National Forest, Granite, Colo.
- Need not be present to win.
Everyone 18 years and older, Colorado residents or non-residents, are eligible.
Questions and inquiries should be directed to Lee Betty, 2938 E. 135th Place, Thornton, CO 80241, 303-718-2807.
This raffle is registered with the Colorado Secretary of State and fully complies with all state regulations. CBA Raffle License No. 2012-04903.
- 2013 Bowhunting Shoots and Events
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- CBA Member Harvest Photos
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- CBA Club Affiliates
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- CBA Media Kit
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- Colorado Big Game Hunting Guide
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Become a CBA Member
We would like to reflect on the reasons why you are a member, why you should continue to be a member and why you should join or renew your membership to the Colorado Bowhunters Association if it has expired. We'd also like to show you the accomplishments of the CBA and share our goals and plans for the future. More ...
The Colorado Bowhunters Association proudly accepts the mission:
- to encourage and perpetuate the sport of bowhunting for all legal game;
- to protect, improve and increase the opportunities for hunting with the hand held, hand drawn bow;
- to cooperate with and support federal and state agencies, sportsmen’s associations, and conservation organizations, which are insuring the propagation and preservation of game and its habitat;
- to encourage and conduct educational programs designed to acquaint the public and the archer with the safe and ethical use of the bow for hunting and bowhunting as an effective method of hunting legal game;
- to foster unity and perpetuate the spirit of good fellowship among bowhunters; and
- to develop and advocate specific policies that support and help fulfill the Mission.
The photos above are trailcam photos David Neils captured over the last year.
You can see more at www.offthepavement.org.