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Prepare for a Wyoming Antelope Hunt

The weather in Wyoming changes by the minute. And chasing antelope in open country means you are often exposed to the worst. Heat, wind, cold, rain, snow and sleet are all in the cards. On many days, the weather is downright pleasant in Wyoming’s antelope country. But planning for everything can save your hide when

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A Better Ground Blind Hunt 5 Tips For Success

By Zach Lazzari Our guided bow hunts for antelope and mule deer are highly successful, thanks in large part to strategically placed ground blinds. Archery hunters have near perfect success rates and 100-percent opportunity from blind locations that are busy with game. Show up ready to shoot with confidence. Here are a few tips to

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If you ask most of our hunting guides for their advice on being prepared for your next Wyoming hunt, it usually boils down to two things. First, practice with your weapon. And second, do your best to get in shape. For more about shooting, check out our previous article here. But here, we want to

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Archery Mule Deer Hunt With Table Mountain

By Zach Lazzari The winter is coming to an end and that means it’s time to start getting excited about late summer and fall hunts in Wyoming. Archery and rifle seasons will be here before long and hunters should be prepared to make every shot count. Table Mountain hunters have incredible success rates because the

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Antelope 2020

By Zach Lazzari Hunters don’t need a pile of shooting accessories. But a few handy items can make a difference in the field. Gear is no replacement for skill. And learning to shoot from a variety of positions is important. Practice with and without your rifle bipods and accessories to prepare for every possible scenario.

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Make The Most Of Your Harvest With These Great Recipe Resources

By Zach Lazzari The Wyoming big game season is over and our hunters are loaded with meat for the year. Make the most of that wild game meat by experimenting with new recipes. There are plenty of excellent cookbooks and online resources to really expand your palate and turn that high quality protein into mouth

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Wyoming Elk Hunt

The 2020 season has been a blast so far. Table Mountain hunters are punching tags and living THE LIFE. It doesn’t take long after the season ends to start dreaming about the next year. And this is a great time to start planning! Wyoming has a long application window for antelope and deer. But the

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Wyoming Antelope Hunt

The American pronghorn is a completely unique species, found only in North America. They’re not related to African antelope, or any American cervids like deer or elk. In fact, “antelope” as we refer to them colloquially, are the only horned animal that sheds its horns annually. This one-of-a-kind creature is fast, has excellent vision, and

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Following Blood Trails In Archery Season

By Zach Lazzari Many of the Table Mountain archery antelope and mule deer hunts are based from strategic blind locations. The opportunity to sit tight while trophy bucks come within range is ideal for archery hunters. After taking the shot, following blood trails to recover the animal is an important skill and is not easily

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Tips To Prepare And Cook Mouthwatering Antelope Meals

By Zach Lazzari | Photos by Ryan McSparran Antelope meat gets mixed reviews from hunters. It’s a difficult thing for me to understand personally, because I can’t get enough of antelope. The pronghorn by nature is designed to run and they have a lean and strong build. Improper care can leave any wild animal with

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