If you hunt anywhere near any public roads in Colorado, you must be careful not to shoot or send any arrows across or from the road. Even if an animal falls before they reach the road, such as the case with a flushing pheasant, you may still face charges or a Colorado hunting ticket.
Being charged with a Colorado Hunting Violation is serious business, especially when possible suspension of your hunting and fishing privileges is at stake. While there are several combinations of offenses that could lead to your privileges being suspended, certain offenses can mean an almost automatic suspension of your hunting and fishing license in Colorado.
The decision to fight your hunting violation is a big one and shouldn't be taken lightly. Whether it is one small charge, or multiple charges with thousands of dollars in fines and multiple points assessed, you should consider consulting with an attorney about your rights and what possible defenses may be available to you.