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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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Archery Antelope Hunting

By Zach Lazzari The 2019 Wyoming Archery Antelope season is here! Hunting antelope during archery season is an absolute thrill. Before jumping in the blind, it’s important to make sure your bow is tuned. You should be shooting consistent, tight groupings out to 40 yards at a minimum. When preparing for an archery antelope hunt,

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Hunting Antelope in Wyoming

By Zach Lazzari | Photos by Ryan McSparran 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 some days, it is flat out pleasant in Wyoming’s antelope country but

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