Please see attached worksheet with instructions and tally. These are due to Jerry by September 1, 2020!
Doug Mason 1036 Hickory Place 979-732-7116
Jack Jetton 1190 E. Branding Iron 281-910-1432
David Mitchem 1848 Oakridge Road 979-484-9240
Kenneth Taylor 1139 E. Branding Iron 713-305-0530
Doug Jeske 1091 Deer Trail Road 281-932-7751
Vernon Wallace 1629 Oakridge Road 713-444-0217
Wayne Wolfford 1175 Buffalo Bend 281-799-4662
Jerry Rogers 1128 Starridge Drive 832-622-9034
Leanne Winkenwerder Game Warden 979-732-7929
John Kohleffel Game Warden 979-732-7945
Mark Lange Biologist 979-484-2583
Sheriff’s Department 979-732-5522
If you have not paid your dues for the 2019 ORWMA Memberships, please contact Angie to make arrangements for payment. ($20)
If you are wanting to obtain a Doe tag and was not able to make the meeting, please contact Jerry Rogers ($20)
The Colorado County Wildlife Management Association’s Spring Banquet is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. Saturday, March 16th, 2019 at the Columbus Hall (formerly K.C. Hall) in Columbus, Texas. We will have a full catered barbecue meal at 6:00 p.m. with free soft drinks and beer while it lasts. Meal tickets will be $10 for adults and $5 for kids 12 and under. There is no cost to attend if you don’t plan to eat.
We will have our big raffle, bucket raffles, scoring contest and card raffle items. We will also have many vendors with nice merchandise to look over and purchase. The 2018 Scholarship winners and the Whitetail Contest winners will be recognized.
Bring your buck mounts and be eligible to win one of five $50 gift certificates. All bucks harvested on C.C.W.M.A. property in 2018 and over the past years are welcomed and will be appreciated and enjoyed by all. Make sure they can be hung for viewing. Also bring your game cam and regular photos for the Photo Contest. We will have Will Newman with Pheasants Forever talk about habitat incentive programs and your options as a landowner to get cost share money to improve wildlife habitat. The general public is also invited to attend this family friendly event.
Texas Parks and Wildlife
As we come to the end of the General Season we had 22 deer checked in, 6 bucks and 16 does. Three of the bucks were multi-point bucks, 2 of them were 3 1/2 and the latest was a 2 1/2 yo 8 pt.
Does can still be taken with any legal means until 2/28/19.
I have had several emails and a few calls about what I believe is misunderstanding the end of the third paragraph in the attachment I sent yesterday. The misunderstanding is that MLD season would be reduced to 4 days.
To be clear on the proposed regulation change:
MLD Season for members receiving doe tags from TPWD would NOT change, you would still have from the beginning of archery season until the end of February to harvest doe by any legal means with MLD tags. So nothing would change on MLD properties.
This regulation is proposing a season for NON-MLD properties (properties that do not get doe tags) to be able to harvest doe with a rifle from Thanksgiving day thru the following Sunday (4 days) and tag them off their regular hunting license. If a hunter had harvested a doe during archery season and tagged it off their hunting license they could only harvest 1 additional doe during doe days. If they harvested two during archery season, they could not harvest any during doe days. The limit all seasons combined for NON-MLD properties would be 2 doe per hunting license in the county. It is also proposed that any doe harvested during those 4 days would have to be reported via a harvest app on their phone within a certain time frame so that we can gauge how many doe are being harvested outside MLD reporting.
I hope this clears up the confusion and have a very Happy Thanksgiving!!
Texas Parks and Wildlife