Hey there crew. Preparations are underway for the elk hunt in september (going to same place as last year) and I am very excited. Meanwhile I get a chance to kick the dust off and do an archery antelope hunt this weekend. I am going with a friend and he says it will be almost easy.....im still very skeptical. He hasn't seen me shoot yet...haha. I wouldnt think that easy, archery, and antelope every occur in the same sentence very often. Heres what I know. His in-laws have a ton of ground that is loaded with prongs. It is rolling hills and wide open country...ya know...antelope stuff. His father in law puts out a blind or two near some water or in travel routes. I have good optics and good gear. My question is...what should I expect? I am not hunting for a booner.....or even a big goat. I will gladly take any buck that is dumb enough to get into bow range. I plan to sit and glass a lot. Hopefully be able to get a shot if they come to water. If not, I guess I get to play the spot and stalk (and pray) game. Overall it should be fun...and a new experience. Cant wait. Do I need one of those cow boards? Or a funny antelope hat? Should be a good time.