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Antelope hunt in Wyoming

 
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Old 12-02-2010, 11:16 PM
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Re: Antelope hunt in Wyoming

Thanks to everyone who responded here and in the antelope forum. I've decided on 63 and 21.
Gonzo
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Old 12-09-2010, 12:40 AM
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Re: Antelope hunt in Wyoming

Gonzo,

Hopefully you check back on your post. I can't tell you much about area 21, but I have hunted area 63. Just a quick note - most of this area is within the boundaries of the Pathfinder Ranch...however...the good news is that they allow hunting. They require you to get your license "signed" at the main ranch house before you access their property. They're great people - very friendly. If you draw the tag, I would just call them ahead of time.

Plenty of antelope and it is very accessible. You won't have any problem filling your tag. I didn't see any trophy bucks, but you never know from year to year. The common phrase in Wyoming regarding trophy antelope is "They are where you find them". There are just as many if not more trophy antelope killed on public land as private land, so don't let that affect your decision too much. Most of your shots will be within 300 yards, so don't go overboard practicing at 600-700 yards. Good Luck!
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Old 12-14-2010, 04:08 AM
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Re: Antelope hunt in Wyoming

NotLongRange,

Thanks for the heads up. I've been busy the past 2 weeks. Duck, Dove and Pheasant hunting. Cleaning birds, shotguns, 22Mag rifle and reloading ammo for desert target shooting at various unknown distances. We try to make a point of shooting out to 1000 yards during our shooting sessions. Verifying zero at 100 yards and then in increments to 1000. That done, we then hike the canyons and ridges picking rocks, etc.., to shoot at. We also have to pay $1.00 for every 1st round miss. It get's expensive if your having a bad day. The spotter knows the range. The shooter doesn't.
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GONZO
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Old 12-18-2010, 09:25 AM
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Re: Antelope hunt in Wyoming

I live in rawlins near unit 48 and 46 and 46 they have good antelope numbers out there. Wyoming also has a program called Hunter Management Areas i would look in to them. ok well if you choose 63 i hunted 68 just across the road to the east had good success. if you pull a 63 tag you should not have much of a problem getting a goat.

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