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Wyoming Antelope - Hunt #71-PA




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Hunt private ranches in SE Wyoming in units that can be drawn with no preference points. Success rates normally run 100% for rifle hunts and close to 90% for archery.

Archery hunting is typically done out of blinds. Two to four hunters are taken by their guide to blinds which are located at crossing areas or water sources. The guide then stays on the property to assist as needed.

Rifle hunting is via truck, spot and stalk or from blinds depending on the situation and hunter’s preference. Two hunters per guide on the rifle hunts.

The application period is Jan 1 – Mar. 15. These units do not have leftover licenses so hunters need to book prior to the application deadline of March 15.

Includes: meals, lodging, guiding, field care and retrieval of animal to camp, caping of animal, delivery of animal to processor. 1×1 guiding can be provided for an additional $150/day.

4 Day Archery Hunt - $1800 (Aug. 15 - Sept. 30)

3 Day Rifle Hunt - $1950 (Sept. 15 – Oct. 31)

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Wyoming Antelope - (2 buck option) - Hunt #64-PA




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There are many antelope outfitters in Wyoming but very few that have upscale lodging like this one. Private rooms, private baths, great location and even a trout pond on site. Top it off with lots of antelope and you the making of a great vacation for family, friends or clients.

Rifle hunting is done primarily by spot and stalk . Archery hunts are by spot and stalk or sitting in blinds by waterholes or feeding areas.

The terrain on the ranches ranges from flat to rolling with some good draws that allow hunters to use the lay of the land to close the distance for a shot. This operation normally runs 100% shot opportunity for both archery and rifle hunts.

Draw odds are 100% for the three units they hunt. Application dates are Jan 1 -  Mar. 15. Leftover tags are available after the draw but book early to assure availability.

Includes meals, lodging, 2×1 guiding, field care and skinning of animals, airport shuttle to and from Sheridan airport.

4 Day Archery Hunt - $2100 (Aug. 15 - Sept. 30)
2 Day Rifle Hunt - $1850 (Oct. 1 - Nov. 15)
3 Day Rifle Hunt - $2100 (Oct. 1 - Nov. 15)

After harvesting a buck, hunters may hunt for a second buck for $1000. To do this a second tag must be purchased and the $1000 hunt fee paid prior to hunting for the second buck.

Can also do as an antelope / deer combo hunt - as below.

5 Day Archery Antelope / Mule Deer Combo - $4150
5 Day Rifle Antelope / Mule Deer Combo - $4450
5 Day Rifle Antelope / Whitetail Combo - $3750

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New Mexico Antelope - Hunt #PA-66




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If a big antelope is on your bucket list, here is a hunt to consider. This outfitter has over a half million acres of private land leased and manages it for trophy pronghorn. He limits the number of hunters taken to ensure big bucks are available every year. Bucks typically score from the mid-70’s and up.

The ranches are so big that hunters rarely look at the same country twice during the course of a hunt. This is a hunt where you can look over a lot of bucks. Even though all the properties, produce B&C bucks, two ranches give clients better odds of trophy animals and are priced $500 more than the other ranches.

Includes meals, 2×1 guiding, landowner voucher to obtain pronghorn tag, field care and caping. Does not include lodging is in a motel. Landowner vouchers are provided which allow hunters to obtain licenses. License cost is $369.

3 Day Rifle Hunt - $3000 & $3500 – add $750 for 1×1 guiding (late Aug. – Sept)

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Wyoming Antelope - Hunt #06-PA




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Wyoming Pronghorn

Choose bow or gun to hunt antelope with this outfitter on private ranches near Sheridan.
Archery methods include elevated stands, ground blinds or spot and stalk. Crossbows are legal to use. Rifle hunts are primarily spot and stalk. A fun hunt with lots of game to see. Bucks taken are typically in the 13 to 15 inch range.

Includes meals, lodging, 2 hunters/guide, airport pick-up and drop-off, transportation of meats and mounts to processing plant or taxidermist.

Draw odds are 100% for this unit. Application dates are Jan 1 - Mar. 15. This unit normally has leftover antelope tags which can be applied for in early July. A hunter’s safety card is required for rifle hunters if born after January 1, 1966 - not needed for archery hunters. Crossbows are legal to use during archery and firearm season.

3 Day (4 night) Archery Hunt - $2000 (Aug. 15 - Sept. 24)
3 Day (4 night) Rifle Hunt - $2000 (Oct. 1-31)

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Wyoming Mule Deer & Antelope - Hunt #64-MDPA




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Mule deer / antelope combos are a very popular option for this outfitter. Their private leases in north central Wyoming hold good numbers of deer and antelope. The norm is for hunters to harvest both species.

Hunting is done via truck, spot and stalk or from blinds depending on the situation and hunter’s preference. The terrain on the ranches ranges from flat to rolling with some good draws that allow hunters to use the lay of the land to close the distance for a shot.

Muleys are in the 140-155 range with some around 170. Antelope are in the 13-15 inch category.

Application period for deer license is January 1 - March 15. This unit runs 100% on draw odds for deer. A hunter’s safety card is required if born after January 1, 1966.

Includes meals, lodging, 2×1 guiding, field care and skinning of animals. Add $750 for 1×1 guiding.

5 Day Archery Hunt - $4150 (Sept. 1 - Sept. 30)
5 Day Rifle Hunt - $4450 (Oct. 15 – Oct. 31)

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Wyoming Mule Deer & Antelope - Hunt #06-MDPA




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This private ranch hunt has good numbers of mule deer and antelope, so why not hunt both and book a combo hunt? The price is over $1000 less than if you hunt both species on a single species hunt.

Hunting is by spot and stalk. This is a fun hunt with lots of game to see and lots of bucks to choose from. Mule deer score 140-170 with some larger. The antelope are typically 13-15 inch.

Includes meals, lodging, 2 hunters/guide, airport pick-up and drop-off, transportation of meats and mounts to processing plant or taxidermist.

Draw odds are 100% for this unit. Application dates are Jan 1 - Mar. 15. Leftover tags, if available, can be applied for in early July. A hunter’s safety card is required for rifle hunters if born after January 1, 1966 - not needed for archery hunters. Crossbows are legal to use during archery and firearm season.

5 Day Hunt - $5000 (Oct. 1 - Oct. 14)

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Nebraska Antelope - Hunt #37-PA




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Non-residents can only hunt antelope with archery equipment (including crossbows). Consequently, this outfitter has been specializing in bow hunts and has been highly successful. Shot opportunities typically run 100%. Hunting is on private ranches in the northwest part of the state.

Both guided and unguided hunts are available. Guided hunts use the following methods: decoys, spot and stalk and stand hunting.  Stands are near alfalfa fields or waterholes. Guided hunts includes meals, lodging, field care and skinning of animals.

Unguided hunts are strictly stand hunts and do not include meals or transportation but do include lodging.

Shots average 35-40 yards with 15 yards being a close shot. Hunters using flat shooting bows that can hit out to 60+ yards will bump the odds in their favor.

Statewide non-resident archery licenses are available over-the-counter and cost $155.50 plus $20 for a habitat stamp.

4 Day Archery Guided Hunt - $1850 1×1 guided; $1700 2×1 guided; $1650 3×1 guided (Aug. 20 - Oct. 7, 2013)

4 Day Archery Unguided Hunt - $1300

Can also be done as 5 day combo with mule deer (see Hunt #37-MDPA) or whitetail (see Hunt #37-WDPA)

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Nebraska Archery Whitetail Deer / Antelope Combo - Hunt #37-WDPA




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This archery hunt is offered by the outfitter that has Hunts #37-WD and Hunt #37-MD. Their ranches in western Nebraska have good numbers of whitetails and antelope along with some trophy class animals of both species. The outfitter specializes in archery hunts and knows how to get it done.

Whitetails normally score between 120-150 with an occasional 170+. Antelope bucks have run 60 to 80+ P&Y.

Hunting methods will consist of hunting out of stands and blinds in addition to spot and stalk. One strategy employed is stand hunting for whitetails in the morning and evening and spot and stalk for antelope during the mid-day. See Hunts #37-WD and Hunt #37-PA for additional details.

Includes meals, lodging, guide, field care and skinning of animals. License cost is $209 for mule deer and $155.50 for antelope plus a $20 habitat stamp. Licenses are available over-the-counter with no draw. Crossbows are legal to use.

6 Day Hunt - $4500 2×1 guided and $5000 1×1 guided (Sept. 15 -  Oct 31)

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South Dakota Antelope - Hunt #48-PA




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Hunt private ranches in western South Dakota for pronghorn antelope.

The outfitter uses horses to get in close to the antelope by dismounting and hiding behind the horses using the old Jeremy Johnson method. Past clients have experienced 100% shot opportunity under 40 yards with many clients getting multiple shots.

Great mass and good prongs are characteristics of the primary ranch. Bucks average 73-80 with an occasional larger.

The antelope permit ($245) provides two tags, a buck and a doe, and hunters can shoot one of each on this hunt. The application deadline is usually in August with the hunts occurring the 1st two weeks in October. Archery tags are unlimited and over-the-counter while rifle tags are via draw. A preference point system is in place for the rifle tags. Rifle tags are hard to draw without a preference point. Hunters may apply as a group. Hunters under the age of 16 must have a Hunter Ed card or a previous license from another state to apply.

This is beautiful country close to the Black Hills so there is lots to see and do after your hunt is over.

Included: 2×1 guide, meals, lodging.

3 Day Rifle Hunt - $1995 (plus 6% sales tax)

3 Day Archery Hunt - $1995 (plus 6% sales tax) - no draw required for archery tags