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CO Ball0t Initiative 91 - Prohibit Trophy Hunting

Rallying call to Preserve our Wilderness Heritage:

Colorado At the Forefront

In recent years, Colorado has become the battleground for a movement threatening not just the hunting tradition, but the very essence of wildlife management. This is not merely a local issue; it’s a ripple that could stir waves across all states. The assault on Colorado’s hunting community and wildlife managers is a precursor to what sportsmen across America might face. 

Over the last 5 years, relentless attempts have been made to undermine the regulated harvest of Colorado Mountain Lions and Bobcats. The onslaught has now escalated with the Proposed Initiative 91, which aims to strip away the very foundation of Science-Based Wildlife Management. By doing so, it seeks to deprive Colorado’s Wildlife Managers and the sporting community of their rights to manage, pursue, and harvest these well-regulated species.

The proponents of this initiative are wielding misinformation as their weapon. They’ve coined the term “Trophy Hunting” to mislead the public and potential voters, veiling their true intentions behind a facade of concern over fair chase, cruelty, and mismanagement. We, the Coloradans for Responsible Wildlife Management, a 501(C-4) organization, have embarked on a painstaking journey of legal, educational, and logistical endeavors to quash this unfounded initiative. 

Our mission is clear – to halt the advance of this anti-hunting agenda before it morphs into a nationwide ban on ALL HUNTING. The stakes are high, transcending beyond the borders of Colorado, beyond the fate of Mountain Lions and Bobcats. This is a clarion call to all hunters, anglers, and true conservationists across the United States. Your support is indispensable in this battle against misinformation and for the preservation of our rich wildlife heritage. 

Make a Stand Today for Tomorrow’s Wildlife:  Mail your support to: CRWM, PO Box 387, Canon City, CO 81215For further details, reach out to us at

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Rob thanks for your comment. I’ll agree to disagree. I don’t have any financial concern - my concern is that as time goes on and these hunting bans continue, our right to hunt will slowly be eliminated. I believe the wildlife experts should call the shots - not the shoppers at Whole Foods who sign petitions because they have cats at home and don’t have an education regarding conservation. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. I choose to be active and share the information that is necessary. What’s always right isn’t always easy… as Leopold would agree. Happy hunting!

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As a hunter, I am embarrassed by this post. This is total misinformation on your part to print such rubbish. Each and every state (to include California) in the US that has passed a law similar to initiative 91 still has hunting. NO ONE in those states EVER lost their ability to hunt and these laws have been in effect since the 90s. I’ve hunted in all those states for the past 20 years without issue. As a Coloradan and fellow hunter, I’m disgusted by the untruths YOU are posting. The reality is that we live in 2024 -not 1904-and the parks and wildlife departments will be forced to come into the 21st century with their “wildlife management” policie…

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