Article I ‑ general provisions #900 ‑ regulations applicable to all wildlife properties, except state trust lands



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AS APPROVED - 03/06/2014
FINAL REGULATIONS - CHAPTER W-9 - WILDLIFE PROPERTIES

ARTICLE I ‑ GENERAL PROVISIONS

#900 ‑ REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL WILDLIFE PROPERTIES, EXCEPT STATE TRUST LANDS



C. Prohibited Activities

Except as specifically authorized by contractual agree­ment, official document, public notice, permit or by posted sign, the following activities are prohibited on all lands, waters, the frozen surface of waters, rights‑­of‑way, buildings, and other structures or devices owned, operated, or under the administrative control of the Division of Wildlife:


6. To build, erect, or establish any permanent structure or to plant any vegetation. Only portable blinds or tree stands and steps may be erected by the public on state wildlife areas. No nails may be driven into trees. Portable blinds or tree stands intended for use to hunt any big game or waterfowl during an established season may be erected on state wildlife areas no earlier than 30 days prior to the season in which they are used. All man‑made materials used for blinds or tree stands during big game or waterfowl seasons must be removed within 10 days after the end of the season in which they are used. Any other portable blind or tree stand used for any other purpose must be removed at the end of the day in which they are used. The Customer Identification Number of the owner and the date(s) to be used must be displayed on the outside of all portable blinds and on the underside of all tree stands in a readily visible area. However, the erection or placement of any blind or tree stand by any person does not reserve the blind or tree stand for personal use. All such blinds and tree stands remain available for use to the general public on a first come, first-served basis.

25. To fish in any waters within the any Division fish hatchery, rearing, or distribution unit, including but not limited to, streams, rearing ponds, holding areas, and raceways, except in designated areas of these properties which are managed for public fishing; and to fish in fish rearing ponds on any other Wildlife property, as posted.


ARTICLE II ‑ PROPERTY-SPECIFIC PROVISIONS

#901 ‑ PROPERTY-SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

(See Appendix B for a list of properties without property-specific regulations, to which only restrictions in #900 apply)



B. In addition to or in place of those restrictions listed in regulation #900, the following provisions or restrictions apply:
1. Adams State Wildlife Area - Routt County

a. Public access is prohibited from December 1 through June 30.

b. Camping is prohibited.

c. Campfires are prohibited.

d. Dogs are prohibited, except as an aid in hunting grouse.

e. Vehicle access is prohibited beyond the parking area.



2. Adobe Creek Reservoir State Wildlife Area ‑ Bent and Kiowa Counties

a. Public access is prohibited from one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise daily, except for fishing.

b. All terrain vehicles, dirt bikes, and snowmobiles are prohibited.

c. Public access to the frozen surface of the lake is prohibited.

d. Public access to the dams, inlets, and outlet structures is prohibited, except for fishing.
3. Almont Triangle State Wildlife Area ‑ Gunnison County

a. Public access is prohibited from December 20 through March 31.


4. Andrick Ponds State Wildlife Area ‑ Morgan County

a. Camping is prohibited.

b. Fires are prohibited.

c. Discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited, except when hunting.

d. Hunting is prohibited with center-fire rifles.

e. Access allowed only through designated parking areas.

f. Public access is restricted to foot traffic only.

g. Dog training is prohibited.

h. Year-round public access is limited to Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, and legal holidays. During these days, public access is prohibited from 9:00 pm to 3:00 am. Night hunting is prohibited.

i. From the first Saturday prior to Memorial Day holiday through August 31, access is limited to wildlife observation only with access limited to areas posted at the property. Dogs are prohibited during this period.

j. From September 1 through the Friday prior to Memorial Day holiday only hunting is permitted.

k. From September 1 through the November 30 all public use is prohibited, except for migratory bird hunting within designated hunting areas.

l. From December 1 through the end of the regular goose season, hunting is permitted for migratory birds and small game. During this time period, hunt days will be established as small game hunting or migratory bird hunting only to minimize conflicts. Hunters may refer to the small game or waterfowl brochure to find which dates are designated small game hunting only and which dates are designated migratory bird hunting only.

m. From the Thursday before September 1 through the end of the dark goose season, scouting is permitted only on Thursdays that are not open to hunting within and immediately prior to established waterfowl seasons. Scouting will be permitted from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm with a reservation confirmation number or letter issued by the Division, and all persons scouting must check in and check out at the check station. During scouting dates, firearms and dogs are prohibited.

n. From the end of the dark goose season through the Friday prior to Memorial Day holiday only spring turkey hunting permitted.

o. Hunting is prohibited on Clark Lake.

p. Hunting on this property is by reservation only. Reservations may be made in accordance with #901.A of these regulations. No more than four hunters are allowed in each area at any one time.

q. From September 1 through the end of the regular goose season reservations are limited to three per hunter annually.

r. Hunters must follow check-in and check-out procedures as posted at the property.
5. Atwood State Wildlife Area ‑ Logan County

a. Access allowed only through designated parking area.

b. Public access is restricted to foot traffic only.

c. Access is limited to four (4) groups or vehicles with a maximum number of four (4) people per group.

d. From June 1 through August 31, access is limited to wildlife observation only, and only on Saturday, Sunday, and Wednesday.

e. From September 1 through May 31, hunting is permitted only on Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, legal holidays, and the opening day of the late rifle deer season. All recreational activities, except deer hunting, are prohibited on the opening weekend of the regular plains rifle deer season and on the opening day and first weekend of the late plains rifle deer season.

f. Turkey hunting is permitted on opening day, Saturday, Sunday, and Wednesday of the turkey seasons.

g. Fires are prohibited.

h. Camping is prohibited.

i. Discharge of bows and firearms is prohibited, except while hunting or for target practice. Target practice is allowed only when authorized by the area wildlife manager.

j. Discharge of bows is allowed for bowfishing.

k. Dog training is prohibited.

l. Horse use is prohibited.

m. The launching or takeout of vessels is prohibited from the first day of the September teal season until the last day of the dark goose season.

n. Beginning with the first day of the regular duck season through the last day of the regular duck season the following regulations apply:

1. Hunting on this property is by reservation only. Reservations may be made in accordance with #901.A of these regulations. Hunters with reservations may only hunt the hunt area specified on the reservation. Hunters must follow check in and check-out procedures as posted at the property.

2. All waterfowl and small game hunters must check out at the designated check station before leaving the property. Deer and turkey hunters do not need to check out at the check station, but a reservation is required.

3. No more than four people per reservation

4. Waterfowl and small game hunting is permitted only on Saturdays, Sundays, Wednesdays, Columbus Day (observed), Veterans’ Day (observed), Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

5. Waterfowl and small game hunters must check out at the check station by 2:00 p.m. daily.

6. Except for live trapping for which no reservation is required, all uses other than hunting are prohibited
6. Badger Basin State Wildlife Area - Park County

a. Camping is prohibited.

b. Fires are prohibited.

c. Hunting is prohibited.

d. Parking is prohibited, except in designated areas.

e. Public access is allowed only from designated parking areas and is prohibited beyond the fenced and posted easement.


7. Banner Lakes State Wildlife Area ‑ Weld County

a. Boating is prohibited, except for float tubes or craft propelled by hand.

b. Camping is prohibited.

c. Fires are prohibited.

d. Discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited, except when hunting or training hunting dogs.

e. Discharge of bows is allowed for bowfishing.

f. Horseback riding is prohibited.

g. Bicycling is prohibited.

h. Fishing is prohibited from the opening of the first regular duck season through the last day of the regular waterfowl season.

i. Public access is prohibited from the first day of the regular waterfowl season to the day before the first day of pheasant season, except for waterfowl hunting on Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays and legal holidays. During this period reservations are available for waterfowl, but not required. Reservations are valid throughout the reserved day until the hunter with the reservation checks out. Hunters may check in on a first come, first served basis after a hunter with a reservation checks out, or if no reservation exists for a hunt area after 12:00 midnight immediately preceding the hunt, or if a reserved area is not claimed by legal sunrise. Reservations may be made in accordance with #901.A of these regulations. No more than four hunters are allowed per reservation. Hunters with reservations may only hunt the hunt area specified on the reservation.

j. From the Thursday before September 1 through the end of the dark goose season, scouting is permitted only on Thursdays that are not open to hunting within and immediately prior to established waterfowl seasons. Scouting will be permitted from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm with a reservation confirmation number or letter issued by the Division, and all persons scouting must check in and check out at the check station. During scouting dates, firearms and dogs are prohibited.

k. Waterfowl hunters must check in and check out at the designated check station.

l. Public access is allowed only through designated parking areas.

m. Public access is prohibited north of Colo 52 from April 1 through July 15.

n. Public access is restricted to foot traffic only.

o. Dog training is permitted north of Colo 52 during February, March and July 16 to August 31 only. Dog training is permitted south of Colo 52 from February 1 through August 31 only.

p. Field trials may be authorized during February, March, and August only. No more than four (4) field trials will be allowed per year, except that the number of group training events will not be limited.

q. Domestic birds, feral birds, or privately-owned game birds may be released for field trials and for dog training south of Colo 52 by permit only, in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and other applicable regulations, including, but not limited to, #007, #008, #009, #801 and #804 of these regulations. All such birds taken during training activities shall be removed from the State Wildlife Area by the dog training permittee and all privately-owned game birds shall be prepared for human consumption.

r. The Division is authorized to implement a dog training reservation system should overcrowding become an issue on the State Wildlife Area.
8. Basalt State Wildlife Area (Basalt Unit, Christine Unit, Toner Unit, Peachblow Unit, 7 Castles Unit, Schuck Unit) ‑ Eagle and Pitkin Counties

a. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on shooting range.

b. Except for muzzle-loaders, firearms on the shooting range are restricted to those lower than .50 caliber. Discharge of shotguns is allowed.

c. Fully automatic firearms are prohibited.

d. Firearms may only be discharged on the shooting range on Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., and on Saturday through Sunday from 9:00a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

e. Boating is prohibited on Christine Lake.

f. Camping is prohibited, except during a regular or late big game season plus three (3) days before and three (3) days after such season. With the exception of the Christine Lake and rifle range areas, all human activity is prohibited from December 1 to April 15 of the following year.

g. Camping is prohibited at all times within one‑quarter (1/4) mile of the Frying Pan River.

h. Fires are prohibited.

i. Water contact activities are prohibited on Christine Lake.

j. Field trials may be authorized during August and September only.

k. Dogs are prohibited, except as provided in 'j'

l. Mountain bikes are prohibited.
9. Bayfield Lions Club Shooting Range - La Plata County

a. Public access is allowed April 1 through November 30.

b. Public access is allowed from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm from April 1 - October 31.

c. Public access is allowed from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm from November 1 - November 30.

d. Alcoholic beverages and drugs are prohibited.

e. Pistol or rifle shooting is prohibited on the shotgun trap range.

f. Shotguns, shooting slugs only, are allowed on the pistol- rifle range.

g. Except for muzzleloaders, rifles are restricted to those smaller than .50 caliber.

h. Except for clay targets, glass or other breakable targets are prohibited.
10. Beaver Creek Reservoir State Wildlife Area ‑ Rio Grande County

a. Discharge of firearms is prohibited.

b. Bowfishing is prohibited.

c. Open fires are prohibited on the ice.

d. Boating is prohibited in a manner that creates a white water wake.
11. Beaver Lake State Wildlife Area (Marble) ‑ Gunnison County

a. Boating is prohibited, except for float tubes or craft propelled by hand.

b. Camping is prohibited.

c. Discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited.

d. Fires are prohibited.

e. Vehicles are prohibited on dam.


12. Bellaire Lake State Wildlife Area ‑ Larimer County

a. Boating is prohibited, except for float tubes or craft propelled by hand, wind or electric motor.


13. Bellvue State Fish Unit ‑ Larimer County

a. Dogs are prohibited.

b. Hunting is prohibited.
14. Bergen Peak State Wildlife Area ‑ Clear Creek and Jefferson Counties

a. Public access is prohibited, except by foot and horse only.

b. Camping is prohibited.

c. Fires are prohibited.

d. Dogs must be on a leash, except when used to hunt small game.

e. The discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited, except when hunting.


15. Big Thompson Ponds State Wildlife Area ‑ Larimer County

a. Boating is prohibited, except for float tubes used for fishing.

b. Camping is prohibited.

c. Dog training is prohibited.

d. Fires are prohibited.

e. Discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited, except when hunting.

f. Discharge of bows is allowed for bowfishing.

g. Public access is prohibited from one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise daily, except when fishing or when authorized by a night hunting permit.

h. Horseback riding is prohibited.

i. Bicycle riding is prohibited.


16. Bighorn Springs State Wildlife Area (Fishing Easement) ‑ Chaffee County

a. Public access is for fishing only.

b. Access is allowed only within the high water line.

c. Parking is allowed in designated parking lots only.

d. Camping is prohibited.

e. Fires are prohibited.


17. Billy Creek State Wildlife Area ‑ Ouray and Montrose Counties

a. Snowmobile use is prohibited on the Colona Tract.

b. Public access is prohibited from January 1 through April 30.

18. Bitterbrush State Wildlife Area - Moffat County

a. Public access is prohibited from January 15 through April 30.

b. Camping is prohibited.

c. Fires are prohibited.

d. Vehicle access is restricted to Moffat Co Rds 59 and 143.

e. The placing of any portable blind, marker, stand or related structure is prohibited prior to August 1 annually.

f. Any person who places any such portable blind, marker, stand or related structure shall be responsible for the removal of such materials, which removal must take place within 24 hours after that person harvests an animal or within seven days after the end of the archery pronghorn season, whichever comes first.
19. Blacktail Conservation Easement - Routt County

a. Public access is prohibited from December 1 through June 30.

b. Camping is prohibited.

c. Campfires are prohibited.

d. Dogs are prohibited, except as an aid in hunting grouse.

e. Vehicle access is prohibited beyond designated parking areas.


20. Bliss State Wildlife Area ‑ Larimer County

a. Vessel launching and takeouts are prohibited.


21. Blue River State Wildlife Area (Blue River Unit, Eagles Nest Unit, Sutton Unit) ‑ Summit County

a. Camping is prohibited.

b. Discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited.

c. Fires are prohibited.

d. Firewood cutting is prohibited.

e. Vehicle parking overnight is prohibited.


22. Bodo State Wildlife Area ‑ La Plata County

a. Public access is prohibited from December 1 through March 31, except that:

1. Small game hunting is allowed south of CR 210.

2. The Smelter Mountain Trail is open for foot access only from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Dogs are prohibited from access under this provision.

b. Camping is prohibited.

c. Discharge of firearms is prohibited, except when hunting.

d. Snowmobile use is prohibited.

e. Fires are prohibited.


23. Boedecker Reservoir State Wildlife Area ‑ Larimer County

a. Boating is prohibited in a manner that creates a white water wake.

b. Fishing is prohibited from vessels from November 1 through the last day of the migratory waterfowl season.

c. Horseback riding is prohibited.

d. Sail surfboards are prohibited.

e. Discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited, except when hunting.

f. Discharge of bows is allowed for bowfishing.

g. Fires are prohibited.

h. Camping is prohibited.

i. Public access is prohibited from one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise daily, except for fishing or when authorized by a night hunting permit.


24. Bosque del Oso State Wildlife Area - Las Animas County

a. Campfires are prohibited, except in designated areas and in the fire containment structures provided by the Division.

b. The discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited, except while hunting.

c. Discharge of bows is allowed for bowfishing.

d. Camping is prohibited outside designated areas, except by hunters during an established hunting season.

e. Parking is prohibited, except in designated areas.

f. Leaving unattended any food or refuse is prohibited unless it is being stored in a bear resistant manner or container.

g. Snowmobile, motorized and all-terrain vehicles and bicycle use of established roads and trails may be prohibited when necessary to protect wildlife and prevent resource damage. Closures will be posted.

h. Public access is prohibited from December 1 through March 31, except for properly licensed big game hunters and one non-hunting companion.

i. Fishing is prohibited on the South Fork of the Purgatoire River within the boundaries of the Bosque del Oso State Wildlife Area from the first day after the Labor Day holiday weekend to the first day of the Memorial Day holiday.


25. Boyd Ponds State Wildlife Area ‑ Morgan County

a. Camping is prohibited.

b. Fires are prohibited.

c. Public access is prohibited from 9:00 pm to 3:00 am daily. Night hunting is prohibited.

d. Discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited except when hunting.

e. Target practice is prohibited except when authorized by the area wildlife manager.

f. The use of rifles is prohibited. Hunting is restricted to shotgun and archery only.

g. All access must be from designated parking areas only.

h. Hunting is prohibited south of the irrigation canal including the ponds.

i. The launching or takeout of vessels is prohibited from the first day of the September teal season until the last day of the dark goose season.

j. Horse use is prohibited.

k. Field trials and dog training are prohibited.


26. Bravo State Wildlife Area ‑ Logan County

a. Camping is prohibited.

b. Fires are prohibited.

c. Discharge of firearms or bows is prohibited, except when hunting.

d. Target practice is prohibited, except when authorized by the area wildlife manager.

e. All recreational activities, except deer hunting, are prohibited on the opening weekend of the regular plains rifle deer season and on the opening day and first weekend of the late plains rifle deer season.

f. Field trials may be authorized during February, March and August only. Field trials are limited to one per year.

g. Horse use is prohibited, except when used in direct association with training of hunting dogs, and then only permitted in February, March, April (through the Wednesday immediately preceding the opening of the spring turkey season) and August.

h. All access must be from designated parking areas only.

i. The launching or takeout of vessels is prohibited from the first day of the September teal season until the last day of the dark goose season.

j. Beginning with the first day of the regular duck season through the last day of the regular duck season, all waterfowl and small game hunters must check out at the mandatory check station before leaving the property.

k. On the Scalva Parcel, all public access for use requires a reservation. Reservations must be made in accordance with #901.A of these regulations.

1. Access is allowed only through the designated parking area and through use of the mandatory check station.

2. Public access is restricted to foot traffic only and only between the hours of 4:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

3. Access is limited to three (3) groups with up to four (4) people per group per day.

4. From September 1 through May 31 only hunting is allowed and is limited to archery, muzzle loading, and shotgun during established seasons and only on Saturdays, Sundays, Wednesdays, Labor Day, Columbus Day (observed), Veterans Day (observed), Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Presidents’ Day.

5. From June 1 through August 31 access is limited to wildlife observation and only on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays.

6. Turkey hunting is allowed on opening day, Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays, and holidays during the turkey seasons.

7. Fires and camping are prohibited.

8. Discharge of bows and firearms is prohibited, except while hunting.

9. Field trials and dog training are prohibited.

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