I would give Colorado Outdoor Sports maybe a "C". I really think they are geared more towards waterfowl hunting than anything else.
It if fairly expensive, I think around $800/year but I could be wrong, I just don't remember. For me it is probably over priced, I probably fish Wright's a couple of times a year and the property on the Tomichi a couple of times a year and then hunt 4 or 5 times a year. Pretty expensive when you look at it that way
I think fishing has gone downhill at Wrights, when I first joined and went down there we caught some very nice fish, fought really hard. But the last couple of times we haven't even seen a fish. I get the impression there are a lot of members in the Springs area that have fishing only memberships and they catch and keep a fair amount of fish and as far as I know they haven't put any fish back in it. I think the limit is 4 fish per day. Also no pontoon boats or canoes, only float tubes are allowed, seems like a weird rule to me.
Supposedly their new property up north is fishing well, but I don't know for sure since I have not been up there yet.
They do have some o.k. upland game areas out around Yuma if you like to do that kind of thing.
I don't think they do a very good job of letting you know what is going on with the club or new properties. I definietly could be better.
I do know that I am going to have to re-think my membership in August when it comes due.
Where did you join? I'm not really all that familiar with other clubs around.
I was looking at the RMAC and for fishing it seems pretty good, the first year is $450 but then only $100/year after that and it is kind of pay as you go. I know there are a lot of people that don't want to pay to fish and I am o.k. with that, I'm not looking for trophies and I do my fair share of hiking to high mountain lakes and fishing public waters, but I don't like comabt fishing and if I have to pay to get away from the crowds I am willing to do that. Their rod fees are no more than if I went and played 18 as some golf course.