Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06
Good advice HARPERC! It's just not smart to risk expensive equipment for a goat! The roads do usually dry out pretty quick, but when they're wet they can be a real witch!
Well Topgun 30-06 I can't say much about smart. We've always invited him on trips, and he shows only on occasion. I can't speak for modern SUV's and rice grinders, but our old big block Ford's and Power Wagons chained all 4 really could pull a trailer easy enough you really could forget it was back there-even when it was just skidding. We took that poor thing into places ATV riders would stop and think twice. I can say I love chasing Pronghorns and that axle was worth every minute. No draws this year, but I'm off probation (Nevadas 5 year wait following a draw). Oregon I might never draw, but whatever I'm in for like 14 unused licenses, I'm in Utah's draws, bought an Alberta hunt, and will probably cave in for New Mexico or Texas. My advice to the OP and other Antelope beginners GO, anyway you can. The expensive part is when you realize no way this will be the last time. Expensive is learning not to let your ammo cook all day, by shooting over the back of BC bucks. Good Luck!