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Sportsmen's Roundtable and Caucuses
Sportsmen's Roundtable and Caucuses
Tarryall Reservoir angler and moose

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife depends on feedback and advice from our state’s hunters and anglers to make the best decisions about the management of fish, wildlife, and habitat. In order to discuss issues and gather ideas, CPW convenes a statewide Sportsmen’s Roundtable and regional Sportsmen’s Caucus meetings. The Sportsmen’s Roundtable includes appointed and delegated members from around the state with interests in hunting, trapping and fishing. The regional Sportsmen’s Caucuses are open to any local hunter or angler and provides a forum for discussing local and statewide issues. ​

​CPW is now accepting applications for the Sportsmen's Roundtable

Responsibilities of members include: 1) Participating at in-person meetings twice a year at locations that rotate around the state. 2) Participating in conference calls every two to three months. 3) Sharing information and ideas with other sportsmen and CPW staff including the Director and Leadership Team members on pressing issues. This two-year term runs from August 2018 through July 2020. 

How to Apply

Due Date: Applications must by received by 5 PM on Friday, May 18, 2018

Please complete and submit this application form.​


​​Get Involved!​​​

Attend a Regional Caucus Meeting:  CPW hosts regional caucus meetings around the state to discuss important issues with​​ hunters and anglers. Map of CPW regions​ 

If you are interested in receiving announcements​ for when caucus meetings are taking place, please sign up for CPW's Insider Emails​.

For more information about the Sportsmen’s Roundtable and Regional Caucus meetings, see the Fact Sheet or contact Jody Kennedy at jody.kennedy@state.co.us or 303-866-3203​ x 4671.​

Regional Sport​smen's Caucuses

Regional Caucus meetings are open to all sportsmen and provide an opportunity for interested public to meet with CPW staff and caucus delegates to discuss issues pertaining to hunting, fishing, and trapping in Colorado. Caucus delegates share regional issues with the Statewide Sportsmen's Roundtable when they meet in person two times a year. If you are interested in learning more about the caucus in your region, you may also contact your regional caucus delegate (listed below).

​Northwest Colorado​​​​​

​​Next meeting 
February 15th, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Eagle County Building, 500 Broadway, Eagle, CO 81631

​​Regional Caucus Delegates​​​

​Denny Behrens
        Margot Binetti​

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​​Southwest Colorado​

Next meeting
Participants can attend at any of the following offices:
Durango: Southwest Regional office, 415 Turner Drive in Bodo Park
Montrose: Area 18 wildlife office, 2300 S. Townsend Ave (U.S. Highway 550)
Monte Vista: Area 17 wildlife office, 0722 S Road 1 East
Gunnison: Area 16 wildlife office, 300 W, New York Ave. 

​​Regional Caucus Delegates

Kevin Alexander
 Bob Cox


Northeast Colorado​​​

​Next meeting​

January 24th, 6:30-8:30 p.m. 

Fort Collins Council Tree Library
2733 Council Tree Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525​

​​Regional Caucus Delegates ​​​

​Kent Ingram
Steve Hilde
​​Ryan Urie​


​Southeast Colorado​​​

​​Next meeting​​​
Lake Pueblo State Park 
Auditorium of the Visitor Center at Lake Pueblo State Park,  640 Pueblo Reservoir Road, Pueblo, 81005

Regional Ca​ucus Delegates ​​

​ ​ ​​Dave Roudebush
Willie Kalaskie​


Statewide​ Sportsmen's Roundtable​​

​Next in-person meeting​
March 2018
​​​Previous in-person meetings​​
​Statewide Delegates​ ​

​​​Andy Tre​harne, Louisville​

Bear Miller, Littleton

Cody DeGuelle, Black Hawk

Dan Gates, Canon City

Dan Murphy, Lake City

Dan Schwartz, Grand Junction

Jamie Nogle​, Grand Junction

Jason Eckman, Grand Junction

Jennifer Gluck, LaSalle

Marty Holmes, Westcliffe

Mia Anstine, Pagosa Springs​​

Robby Richardson​, Gunnison

Roger Tucker, Pueblo

Ron Goodrich, Pueblo

Terry Meyers, Grand Junction

Tim Brass, Windsor

Tom Kenyon, Grand Junction

Ty Churchwell​​, Durango​