Colorado Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Appoint Two Chapter Leaders

Brad Nicol
Brad Nicol
Backcountry Hunters and Anglers
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers

Missoula, MT -( Colorado Backcountry Hunters & Anglers (BHA) recently appointed two members to chapter leadership positions.

Brad Nicol will serve as the chapter’s Front Range Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CWP) Liaison and Adam Gall as their Central West Slope Assistant Regional Director.

As Front Range CPW Liaison, Brad Nicol will work closely with the chapter’s West Slope CPW Liaison, Bob Shettel, to help ensure the chapter stays up-to-speed on the myriad of issues impacting CPW and, directly or indirectly, Colorado’s sportsmen and women. Brad (and Bob) serve as the chapter’s point-of-contact for all CPW-related issues.

Brad is an avid fly-fisherman, hunter and owner of Brad Nicol Photography and Angler Images ( He’s also a BHA Life Member and Colorado BHA Habitat Watch Volunteer for the Routt National Forest. Brad lives in Denver with his wife and three dogs.

Colorado BHA vice chairman, Matt Kenna, said: “Brad’s work as our Front Range CPW Liaison will help the Colorado BHA chapter continue building on its decade-long track record of protecting our wild public lands, waters and wildlife for future generations of hunters, anglers and other outdoorsmen and women.”

As Assistant Regional Director for the Central West Slope, Adam Gall will work directly with West Slope Regional Director Craig Grother in coordinating the chapter’s Central West Slope public lands initiatives. Adam lives in Paonia and works as a hunting/fishing guide.

Adam Gall
Adam Gall

Along with his wife, Anastacia, Adam runs Timber to Table Guide Service (, an elk and mule deer hunting/outfitting business with a focus on the food and educational aspects of big game hunting. He also guides anglers on the Gunnison River. Additionally, Adam is a BHA Life Member and Colorado BHA Habitat Watch Volunteer for the Gunnison National Forest.

Colorado BHA Chairman David Lien said, “Adam’s boots-on-the-ground knowledge of the public lands and waters he fishes, hunts and guides is matched only by his passion for protecting these public lands for future generations of hunters, anglers and other outdoorsmen and women. Wildlands and wildlife need many more like him.”

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Formed around an Oregon campfire in 2004, BHA is the sportsmen’s voice for our nation’s wild public lands, waters and wildlife. With members in all 50 states and Canada, 18 state-based chapters and a chapter in British Columbia, BHA brings an authentic, informed, boots-on-the-ground voice to the conservation of public lands.

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