Not accurate. There are areas with very few antelope now. Drought and disease has taken it’s toll in many areas, thus the reason WY cut 3800 tags this year. No doubt, there will be additional cuts next year. I have many (local) friends who didn’t fill antelope tags this year, including myself… and I live here and hunt hard.You will see tons of goats, regardless of which area you choose. And at times a white tail hunter is not expecting. Mid-day is a great time to see them up and feeding, or going to feed. In non-irrigated areas, you can effectively hunt water holes, tanks, etc. That is often best near sundown. Where they eat alfalfa, they often just lounge and don't leave the security of the green. The local game warden can be your best resource; the regional office staff can be the opposite.
Be prepared for 90 degrees or 10 and 40mph winds driving snow against your eardrums. Be prepared to get stuck on a flat, smooth county road after a 5 minute rain. And be prepared to cool meat faster than you ever have.