Hunters can find themselves facing a dilemma if they hunt without a license, and can be subject to heavy fines and loss of hunting and fishing privileges if charged with Hunting Violations. Are there any defenses available for being without this crucial certificate while in the field?
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.
Hunters across the nation rejoiced to see the 2016 Colorado Big Game Calendar Brochure released this month by the Colorado Department of Wildlife and Parks. For those that may be planning their pilgrimages to the Rocky Mountains in search of Elk, Deer, or Moose, the Law Office of Nathaniel Gilbert just made the process a great deal easier.
By visiting the firm web site, you'll find the season dates for Elk, Moose, Deer, Pronghorn, and Black Bear in Colorado in a convenient, easy to download file (.ics) compatible with GMail, iPhones and iPads, Outlook, and several calendar softwares and apps. Never again will you commit to that October baby shower or out of town work conference without knowing it's the same day as the Elk opener. You'll know with one glance.
Clicking the link on our Sportsman's Calendar page will automatically add the dates to your default calendar, starting with the Big Game License Application Deadline of April 5, 2016 and running to the end of 2016. Each event and season start and close date comes pre-loaded with one alert two days before each date so you never miss a beat.
As an avid outdoorsman, I am proud to offer this free service for other dedicated hunters. Check back with the firm or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn for our next calendar--Kansas Big Game, Colorado Waterfowl, Kansas Waterfowl, and MORE!
Big Game Regulations Brochures are officially out in Colorado and hunters across the state and across the nation will soon start planning their elk, moose, deer, and antelope hunts. With the number of hunters moving to Colorado growing every day, some newly transplanted outdoorsmen may wonder when they officially become a resident for purposes of Colorado hunting licenses.