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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. Crossbows are legal to use during archery and firearm season. 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 – May 31. These units do not have leftover licenses so hunters need to book prior to the application deadline. License cost is $326 for the regular license and $614 for the special license plus $12.50 for the conservation stamp.

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 - $2450 (Aug. 15 - 30)

3 Day Rifle Hunt - $2450 (Sept. 15 – Oct. 31)

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Wyoming Antelope - Hunt #87-PA




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Hunt private leases in game-rich NE and NC Wyoming. The properties hold excellent numbers of antelope and some trophy bucks too. Bucks typically score from 65-75 with an occasional buck pushing the 80 inch mark.

Both archery and rifle hunts are held. Archery hunts are out of blinds overlooking water. Rifle hunts are done out of trucks with a lot of glassing before a stalk is put on. Shot opportunity has been 100% for both archers and rifle hunters.

Rifle hunts are 2×1 guided. On the archery hunts, a guide will take the hunters to their blinds and drop them off. If arranged prior to the hunt, a guide can sit with an archer in the blind.

Licenses are via the draw but have been 100% draw odds with no preference points. The application period is January 1 – May 31. A hunter’s safety card is required if born after January 1, 1966 – not required for archery hunters.

Includes: meals, lodging, guiding, field care and retrieval of animal to camp, caping of animal, delivery of animal to processor.

4 Day Archery Hunt - $2450 or $2200 for a group of 4 or more (Aug. 15 - Sept. 30)

3 Day Rifle Hunt - $2450 or $2200 for a group of 4 or more (Oct. 1 – Oct. 31)

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Colorado Antelope - Hunt #78-PA




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Here is low cost alternative to a fully guided antelope hunt. Hunt SE Colorado on a private ranch of 25,000 acres. Archery licenses are over-the-counter and require no draw. Muzzleloader licenses are via the draw but can be drawn as a leftover. Rifle licenses are via the draw and require two preference points - landowner vouchers may be available for those not drawing the rifle license. This is primarily an archery hunt with a very limited number of muzzleloader and rifle hunts offered each year.

This is an awesome property consisting of open prairie, deep canyons, rim rock and year round water. Resident wildlife includes bighorn sheep, elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, Merriam’s turkeys, coyotes, bobcats, mountain lions and of course pronghorn antelope.

Hunting from blinds will be the most productive method for archery and muzzleloader hunters. Blinds will be set up near water and/or crossings. Rifle hunts are conducted out of trucks.

Not only are there good numbers of antelope on the property but it holds some very good bucks. I did my recon visit there in the summer of 2015 and saw several trophy class bucks.

Season dates are as follows: Archery season August 15 – September 20; Muzzleloader last week of September; Rifle the second week of October.

License cost is $374 plus a $10 habitat stamp. Anyone born after January 1, 1949 must have a hunter education card to obtain a license – Colorado accepts hunter education cards from other states.

Includes: lodging, private land hunting, blinds in place, pre-hunt orientation and advice from guides. Does not include meals but the house has a full kitchen.

4 Day Archery Hunt - $1600

4 Day Muzzleloader Hunt - $1600

3 Day Rifle Hunt - $1700 (plus $150 for landowner voucher if needed)

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Wyoming Antelope - Hunt #06-PA




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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 (Sheridan, WY), transportation of meats and mounts to processing plant or taxidermist.

Draw odds are 100% for this unit. Application dates are Jan. 1 - May 31. 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 Antelope - Hunt #64-PA




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Hunt game-rich leases in north central Wyoming.

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. Crossbows are legal to use during archery and firearm season.

Draw odds are 100% for the three units they hunt. Application dates are Jan 1 -  May 31. 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 - $2450 (Aug. 15 - Sept. 30)
3 Day Rifle Hunt - $2450 (Oct. 1 - Nov. 15)

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

4 Day Archery Antelope / Mule Deer Combo - $5400
4 Day Rifle Antelope / Mule Deer Combo - $5400
4 Day Rifle Antelope / Whitetail Combo - $5400

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Nebraska Archery 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.

Depending on timing, amount of water and ability of the hunters the following methods are used: decoys, spot and stalk and stand hunting.  Stands are near alfalfa fields or waterholes.

Includes meals, lodging, guiding, field care and skinning of animals.

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 $156.50 plus $20 for a habitat stamp.

4 Day Archery Guided Hunt - $2150 1×1 guided; $1800 2×1 guided; $1650 3×1 guided (late Aug - early Oct.)

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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New Mexico Antelope - Hunt #66-PA




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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.

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 of the properties, produce B&C bucks, one large ranch gives clients better odds of taking a monster buck - the average runs around 80 inches with the top end being in the high 80’s. It is 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 which is in a motel. Landowner vouchers are provided which allow hunters to obtain licenses. License cost is $369.

3 Day Rifle Hunt - $4000 & $4500 – add $750 for 1×1 guiding (late Aug. – Sept)