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Quick Tips For Field Judging Antelope

By Zach Lazzari Field judging antelope is a subjective art that requires a keen eye and great optics. Closer is always better but sometimes you are forced to make decisions from a long distance. Elk and deer are far easier to judge because they have distinct tines and features that are easy to spot. An

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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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By Zach Lazzari 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 its own set of hurdles that should influence the contents in your pack. Prepare

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