The mobile app that will monitor the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Leftover List for Reissued tags, notify you of their availability, and direct you to the purchasing site.

Every year the Colorado Parks and Wildlife issues limited licenses for big game including elk, deer, antelope and bear to applicants from all over. Out of these limited tags of them get returned to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife for any number of reasons. Family obligations, work obligations, life obligations. The folks over at the Colorado Parks and Wildlife hate to see these tags go to waste as the tags play a large part in the management of our natural resources. So the tags that get returned go through a reissuing process where they go up for sale randomly on the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Leftover License List on a first come first basis.

In years past in order to take advantage of these tags customers needed to constantly monitor the Leftover List during business hours as the tags became available for purchase at completely random intervals. This left folks that work for a living at a disadvantage to users that had the time monitor the list. Not anymore.

The Colorado Leftover Watch App will monitor the Leftover List for you all day everyday. simply tell the app which hunt codes you'd like it to watch for you and if one of your hunt codes becomes available you will receive a notification alert.

Good luck and have fun!

This app features an optional auto-renewable subscription for 1 Year ($9.99):

• Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew (at the duration selected) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
• Current subscription may not be cancelled during the active subscription period; however, you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase.

An Active subscription allows push notification alerts to be sent to your device for every item in your watch list that our servers detect has recently been added to the Colorado hunt code leftover list. If your subscription expires, you will no longer receive these alerts.

Without a subscription you can still search for codes and maintain your watch list as well as see a map of colorado hunt units.

For more information see our Terms of Service:

What’s New

Version 1.7

Fixed bug that caused a lag in the found codes list.

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

123jeremy1234 ,

Not letting me renew my subscription

Haven’t had any issues with the app up until now that my yearly subscription has expired and it won’t let me renew it. I’ve tried deleting and reinstalling the app but it still doesn’t work. Would like some help fixing this issue please as I use this to help watch for leftover hunting tags.

Kpef ,

Very pleased

I am very excited every Tuesday knowing there will be notifications coming out. May or may not be on my watch list, but it keeps me excited. I work 8-5 m-f and don’t have time to sit at a computer or on my phone and refresh on the DOW website. I am payed for my time!

I have gotten a tag the last couple years from this app. Has not been the one I’m dead set on, but good tags. I missed out on bear, deer, and elk. I was fortunate to score a buck antelope tag for a killer unit and kill a giant. Bigger than what I’ve seen where I was planning on going.

Yesterday, I was able to get a great buck tag for a unit that produces killer genetics when I thought my season was over! Can’t wait to get there for the late season.

Thank you Leftover watch for providing the app for the working man.

dkillpack ,


Ignore the guy above, he clearly doesn’t know what he’s talking about. I have got more then my fair share of tags off this app over the last two years. I have saved 15 preference points and killed some nice antelope and deer. This app gives you an unfair advantage over people who don’t have it.

App Privacy

The developer, JJ inc, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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