Re: Antelope area 29 Wyoming
"ALL OF THESE HUNT AREAS HAVE DIFFICULT PUBLIC ACCESS. We strongly recommend that you consider this prior to purchasing your license. See the section titled Hunt Areas with Difficult Public Access in the Wyoming Hunting Information and Applications Booklet for more information."
Area 29 is included in this description.
About half the state of Wyoming is private land. The remainder is public land. If you're going to hunt private land you'll need permission and you'd be well advised to get that permission before putting out the bucks for an out of state license. A high quality accurate GPS and some very good certified state maps (http://www.wsgs.uwyo.edu/public-info...ug03_2004.aspx
) will help keep you out of trouble as long as you don't push the limits of the GPS and as long as you understand that if you make the mistake of killing an animal that is occupying private land while you're on public land you will be trespassing if you cross the private property lines to collect your trophy.
Inasmuch as any time after opening day in Wyoming it's tough to get closer than 300 - 500 yards from a pronghorn, you can expect some long range shooting.
I am not certain but I believe the area outlined in green broken line on this map is the public land area. Best to check it with WGFD.
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