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Limited Entry, Trophy Antelope (Sept.16 – Oct. 30)
These trophy antelope hunts take place on several large, exclusive private ranches in South Central Wyoming totaling nearly 200,000 acres. These incredible “speed goats” of the prairie offer a fast paced, exciting hunting opportunity, sure to please any hunter. Rifle or bow-hunters are welcome.
These ranches support an amazing resident population of 1200 to 1500, un-pressured antelope, making it totally common-place to look over many excellent, mature bucks each day. Due to our vast areas and wide variety of habitat that this outfitter controls, they are able to accommodate virtually any hunter’s physical abilities and individual interests for a successful archery or rifle hunt for trophy pronghorn.
Most commonly, their antelope hunts, both archery and rifle are accomplished by accessing areas of the ranches with 4x4 vehicles, then glassing, spotting and stalking. Bow-hunters may also choose to hunt from ground blinds at waterholes if preferred. Spot-and-stock archery antelope hunts are typically 100% shooting opportunities with over 90% harvest success. Rifle hunts are typically always 100% successful. These exciting hunts with high success rates are made possible by our well managed antelope herds, experienced guides, excellent habitat and stalk-able terrain. You’ll hunt mature bucks that typically average 13 to 15 inches or better, with good mass, curl and prongs. Hunter’s trophy bucks generally will have Boone and Crockett scores averaging in the mid 70’s, with many trophies scoring in the high 70’s and low 80’s every year.
Although preference points are helpful, they are not absolutely necessary to draw a tag. Antelope licenses are readily drawn for our hunting areas. If you are planning to hunt antelope in Wyoming in the future, we strongly recommend buying preference points in advance to guarantee yourself a tag.
Accommodations: Depending on the hunt chosen, accommodations can vary from deluxe wall tent camps or cozy bunk-houses, to a spacious modern log lodge or local hotels.
Transportation/Getting there: Detailed maps and directions will be provided to your hunt destination or meeting point. Hunters who choose to fly can pick from several nearby airports. Call for details.
Trophy Care, Meat Processing and Taxidermy
After a successful hunt your guide will expertly field dress and field cape your trophy for you. Meat processing is available locally. Processing fees vary from $100.00 for antelope or deer, up to $250.00 for elk, depending on the size/species of the animal and customer requests. If you do not wish to take your meat with you, arrangements can be made for people in need to receive it. However, under Wyoming state law, the hunter is still responsible to pay for the basic processing fees before donation.
Top quality taxidermy work is available locally. We recommend that hunters, particularly those that are flying out for their hunt, leave their trophies with our taxidermist to ensure the safe keeping of the cape and horns. After completion, the trophy mounts can then be shipped to the hunter in safe, sturdy crates. Taxidermy information, rates / fees available upon request, anytime.
TSA approved hard-shell airplane lockable gun-case
Soft-sided gun case
Ammunition for firearm (2 boxes or 40 rounds)
Comfortable hunting boots
Heavy and light socks
Full camouflage clothing including face-mask
Florescent orange hat
Heavy and light hunting jacket
Comfortable camp shirt and pants
Toiletries and personal affects
Medical prescriptions & pain relievers
Lip balm & sunscreen
3 Day Rifle Antelope Hunt (Sept. 14-Oct. 30) - $2450
4 Day Archery Antelope Hunt (Sept. 1-Oct. 30) - $2450
3 Day Rifle Antelope/Cow Elk Combo Hunt (Sept-Oct.) - $3450
Note: 1x1 guiding is available for an additional $1000 per hunter
Dates: September and October
Included: all meals and lodging, 2x1 guiding, transportation during the hunt
Not Included: airfare, airport transportation to the lodge, state meals and lodging tax ($5 per day), hunting license, processing of game taken, taxidermy, and tips/gratuities
Approximate license cost: antelope tag - $286 and conservation stamp - $12
*Wyoming hunting licenses/tags applications must be purchased before March 15 for non-residents.