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218 Clayton Street
Brush, CO 80723
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Reagan Buchanan
Administrative Assistant
brush@brushchamber.org

Melody Christensen
Executive Director
brushchamberexecdir@gmail.com

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Hunting and Fishing in Brush

Brush gives access to multiple beautiful areas to Hunt, Fish, and enjoy other activities.

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Brush has a great selection of areas for the hunter, fisher, and even just the person wanting to have a great hike! Below you can see a list of areas, and their activities.

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Brush Prairie Ponds

--- Hunting --- Nature Viewing ---

This 1,600 acre state wildlife area provides opportunity to view wildlife in its natural prarie and riparian habitat. Wildlife includes waterfowl, pheasant, rabbit, and deer. Nature Viewing is available from February through the first waterfowl hunting season. Access is limited to areas posted.

More Info Available Here

To Get There:

  1. From I-76, Take Brush exit 90A, and go south to Hwy 34
  2. Take Hwy 34 west to Clayton Street.
  3. Travel south on Clayton Street to the Check Station
  4. Travel south 2.25 miles
Brush State Wildlife Area

--- Hunting --- Nature Viewing --- Fishing --- Hiking ---

Wildlife in this 588 acre area, located along the South Platte River, include deer, rabbit, squirrel, pheasant, turkey, bobwhite quail, dove, and a variety of waterfowl. Bass fishing is available in nearby Charitier Ponds.

More Info Available Here

To Get There:

  1. From Brush, go 2.5 mi north on Hwy 71
  2. Exit at County Road 28
  3. Continue north 1 mile on gravel road
Cottonwood State Wildlife Area

--- Hunting --- Nature Viewing --- Hiking ---

This 884.5 acre area is a primary hunting area for deer, pheasant, turkey, bobwhite quail, squirrel, rabbit and waterfowl. During non-hunting seasons, the area provides good opportunities for wildlife viewing.

More Info Available Here

To Get There:

  1. Starting from Brush, Head east on Everett St toward Clayton St
  2. Take 2nd left onto Colorado Ave
  3. Continue to Snyder
  4. Drive 2 mi east on County Road W.7
Dodd Bridge State Wildlife Area

--- Hunting --- Nature Viewing --- Hiking ---

This quiet 903 acre area is perfect for hunting deer, pheasant, bobwhite quail, waterfowl, dove, rabbit, squirrel, and turkey. The scenery along the South Platte River also provides excellent wildlife and nature viwing durning non-hunting seasons.

To Get There:

  1. From Brush, travel 2.5 mi north on Hwy. 71 to County Road 28
  2. Continue North 1 mile on gravel road.
Elliot State Wildlife Area

--- Hunting --- Nature Viewing --- Hiking ---

Home to deer, pheasant, bobwhite quail, rabbit, squirrel, turkey, and waterfowl hunting, this pleasant area is perfect for your small hunting expeditions. Note that hunting access is limited in certain areas, except for waterfowl hunting seasons. During off seasons, the area makes a perfect retreat for nature study.

More Info Available Here

To Get There:

  1. Starting from Brush, Head east on Everett St. toward Clayton St.
  2. Take 2nd left onto Colorado Ave
  3. Continue to Snyder
  4. Travel 6 miles Northeast
  5. Location on County Road W.7
Jackson Lake

--- Hunting --- Nature Viewing --- Fishing --- Hiking ---

This large lake is home to trout, walleyes, bass, catfish, perch, crappie, and wipers. Hunting season for waterfowl, dove, pheasant and rabbits runs from the Tuesday after Labor Day, through the Friday prior to Memorial Day. 180 campsites with showers, toilets, and drinking water,are available. Please call 800-678-2267, or (970) 645-2551, to reserve a space. Ice fishing begins after the close of waterfowl hunting season.

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To Get There

  1. Start from Brush
  2. Take I-76 to Wiggins Exit
  3. Travel north on Hwy 39
Prewitt Resevoir

--- Nature Viewing --- Fishing --- Hiking ---

Prewitt Resevoir is a haven for bird watchers and wildlife entusiasts. The lake is largely undeveloped, but has a boat ramp and other amenities. Admission requires an annual fishing or hunting license $36 or State Wildlfe Area permit $36.

More Info Available Here

To Get There

  1. Start from Brush
  2. Travel northeast on Hwy 6 for 13 mi

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