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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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Preparing For A Table Mountain Archery Hunt

By Zach Lazzari Archery hunters with Table Mountain Outfitters enjoy exceptional opportunity rates with 90-100% opportunity for antelope, mule deer and elk. Each species is a little bit different and archery hunters should prepare for some specific scenarios. Clothing, equipment and shooting abilities all play into preparing for a successful hunt. Hunting from a Blind

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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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