Rawhide #5 East – Pit
Wellington, CO, USA
Price per person
Game Management Unit:Central Flyway
Notes from the landowner
Rawhide #5 East is located Northeast of Wellington CO right in the heart of the Central flyway along the northern front range. This particular field is planted in sugar beets. There are other food sources on neighboring properties such as corn and alfalfa which makes the area as a whole enticing for geese. This property sits in between Park Creek Reservoir and Rawhide Reservoir which will stay open year-round. With water open throughout the entirety of the season, hunting can be great. There is a 6-man pit in the field for your use. Access for this property will come from the south, so please check your adventures tab in the Infinite Outdoors app for further instructions on parking, access points, and pit location. Attending parties must be members of Infinite Outdoors to access this property. Please follow Colorado rules and regulations at all times. This is a DIY property; all supplies and gear will need to be brought by the group.
Game and habitat information
Rawhide #5 East sits in the Central Flyway of Colorado, outside of Wellington. This property sits directly in the middle of 2 reservoirs of which is some of the only water in the surrounding area. As the weather begins to get cooler and waterfowl start their migration south, this property can be great hunting. The 6-man pit is placed in an agricultural field planted with sugar beets, which can be a popular food of choice for moving birds. You can expect geese to come into fields in the mornings and evenings, but they still can be seen during all times of the day. Along with feeding at morning and evening, geese can be seen going back to water sources during the day to loaf.
Harvest Field (Sugar Beet)
If there is a lapse in availability, please do not be discouraged to reach out to IO. All calendars are set and managed by landowners, and unavailability is set by them. However, IO is willing to reach out on your behalf, to check on available dates. Other reasons for unavailable dates include biologist recommended hunter/harvest quotas that landowners implement, as well as state season dates not being released.
You are not legally allowed to access the property, for any adventure, prior to your selected access day. If you try to access the property at all before your selected date(s), without prior approval from IO, you will be subject to trespassing and punishments therein.