Colorado is enjoying one of its biggest big game seasons ever and when it's over the economic impact will top $403 million, according Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials.
Colorado will see 260,000 licensed elk hunters this year. More than 10,000 of them will find their way to Eagle County.
That works out well because while Parks and Wildlife is a state agency, it gets no money from the state coffers.
Read the article: The Summit Daily News (Frisco, Colo.)