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Wyoming Preference Points and Hunting Licenses

Now is the time to purchase your Wyoming preference points. If you’ve been building points in Wyoming, there is an important change that you need to be aware of. Changes to the Wyoming Draw and Preference Points Starting this year, Wyoming no longer issues preference points automatically after the draw. Instead, you must go to

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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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Winner of the Hunt Giveaway

We are happy to report that Nathaniel L. from Wellington, Colorado is the winner of our 2019 antelope hunt giveaway. Congratulations, Nathaniel! “I’m still in shock about winning the antelope hunt,” Nathaniel told us. “I’ve never won anything before.” Well now you have, Nathaniel! As the winner of our giveaway, he will be living THE

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Giveaway for a Wyoming Antelope Hunt

We are thrilled to announce the winner of this year’s free antelope hunt giveaway! A big thanks to everyone who entered. We appreciate your interest in living THE LIFE with us at Table Mountain Outfitters. We have drawn a name for this year’s winner… Nathaniel L. from Wellington, Colorado We have contacted Nathaniel and he

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Decoy Tactics for Antelope

By Zach Lazzari | Photos by Ryan McSparran Wyoming is antelope country and hunters can approach their hunt in a number of different ways. Hunting from a blind over water is certainly the most effective method for archery hunters. Rifle hunters can often use folds in the landscape to get close enough for a shot.

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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. In an upcoming article, we will talk more about shooting. But first, we want to

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By Zach Lazzari | Photos by Ryan McSparran Travel to Wyoming during hunting season, and you might experience every climate imaginable. Hot sun, heat and dry weather can coincide with blizzards and sub-zero temperatures. You just never know what to expect. Each species also comes with it’s own set of hurdles that should influence the

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Application season has a way of sneaking up on us. And the Wyoming deer and antelope application deadline is approaching quickly. If you haven’t started thinking about Wyoming license applications, now is the time. Applications for deer and antelope must be submitted before May 31st. But don’t procrastinate until the last minute. We are here

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