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​​​​​​Apply Now for Spring Limited Licenses

Spring turkey limited license applications are open. Apply online. The application and application corrections deadline is February 5. 

The deadline for paying for your turkey license is March 13, 2019. All successful licenses will be mailed after the payment is received. ​

IMPORTANT: For major 2019 changes, including application fee increase, application deadline tim​e change, penalties for missing the payment deadline and more, read the Turkey Regulations brochure (especially the What's New: 2019" section).

Draw results should be posted online February 27. To check your draw results:

  1. Visit http://www.cpwshop.com/
  2. Log in to your personal account.
  3. If you have draw results to show, they will appear under the "My Orders" submenu, also on the left navigation.

Questions on CPW's New License System?​

To learn more about creating an account or how to​ buy or apply for a hunting license in our new integrated purchasing system, please visit our online purchasing FAQs.​​​

Still have questions? Call a hunt planner, 303-291-7526.​

Turkey Hunting in Colorado

Turkey hunting is growing in popularity throughout North America, and Colorado offers exceptional hunting opportunities for two sub-species of these remarkable birds. In this video, hunters will learn safety tips, techniques and strategies for hunting both the native Merriam’s wild turkeys of the mountains and the Rio Grande wild turkeys of the Plains. 

Turkey Hunting 101 Clinics

If you are a novice turkey hunter and are interested in learning more, a free Turkey Hunting 101 clinic can give you a place to start. Hunting tips, how to obtain a license, calling techniques and gear used by the Colorado turkey hunter are covered. Learn about Rios and Merriam's; how to roost a bird and learn to strut your stuff. 

To find dates, locations and registration information, see outreach clinics.


Double Team Tactics

TEAM UP to take a turkey by effectively stationing yourself, a hunting partner and a decoy.

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