Units 35, 36, 45, and 361 are four contiguous units in Eagle County, Colorado that offer a variety of hunting opportunities, including muzzleloader deer hunting. The units are located in the Rocky Mountains, and offer a variety of terrain, from high-elevation mountains to lower-elevation valleys. The units are home to a variety of game animals, including mule deer, elk, and bighorn sheep.
Muzzleloader deer hunting in Units 35, 36, 45, and 361 is a popular activity. The season for muzzleloader deer hunting in these units is typically in September. Hunters must use a muzzleloader that is at least .50 caliber, and must use black powder or a black powder substitute.
Muzzleloader deer hunting in Game Management Units 35/36/45/361 can be a challenging but rewarding experience. With careful planning and preparation, you can have a successful hunt and enjoy the beauty of the Colorado mountains.
Here are some additional tips for muzzleloader deer hunting in Units 35, 36, 45, and 361:
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