Link for 2 articles that may help novice Wyoming pronghorn hunters.

dannyb278

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I used to do a bit of writing for various outdoor blogs, websites, etc. While the vast majority of stuff I wrote has rightly disappeared into the either, at least twice a year I get a IM asking about pronghorn hunting, from someone who found a article or two I put together for Sportsman Nation. Figured I would share them here for anyone that is just getting into Wyoming Pronghorn hunting and doesn't know where to start.

Part 1: https://sportsmensnation.com/blog/diy-wyoming-public-land-pronghorn
Part 2: https://sportsmensnation.com/blog/diy-wyoming-public-land-pronghorn-part-2

Hope this helps. Best of luck this season.
 

lpcoutdoors

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Thank you, I'll give them a look. I'm hoping to use these points I've been buying to do a combo antelope hunt with Yellowstone NP trip with my kids next fall. Even though I've guided antelope hunts in Texas and New Mexico, it will be my first personal antelope hunt and first time to Wyoming!
 

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I used to do a bit of writing for various outdoor blogs, websites, etc. While the vast majority of stuff I wrote has rightly disappeared into the either, at least twice a year I get a IM asking about pronghorn hunting, from someone who found a article or two I put together for Sportsman Nation. Figured I would share them here for anyone that is just getting into Wyoming Pronghorn hunting and doesn't know where to start.

Part 1: https://sportsmensnation.com/blog/diy-wyoming-public-land-pronghorn
Part 2: https://sportsmensnation.com/blog/diy-wyoming-public-land-pronghorn-part-2

Hope this helps. Best of luck this season.
Very well written and informative. Thanks for sharing.
 

WyoDoug

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Good advice for beginners and even NRs hunting the state for the first time. Only thing I stress different is getting as much terrain familiarization as you can. I know NRs do not have the ability I do to study the area in person for 3-7 days, but what you can do is study Google Earth and On-X and figure out where they are more likely to be and eliminate the areas you are not likely to find them. Antelope like wide open areas for most part but go into adjacent hills and ravines plus they need reliable water sources with plenty of food nearby. But you are less likely to find them in heavily wooded areas. Terrain familiarization pays off on top of what is in these articles and you can do some of that studying Google Earth and On-X maps and try to get it that way.
 

Bob-WY

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Google Earth and Onx in 3D mode can give you views that help. I have found antelope in LARGE FLAT ares, literally no way to get within shooting range, you don't need much terrain changes, but you do need some way to get in range.
 

BMo

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Awesome thanks for sharing! I recently moved to Evanston WY and am learning my way.
 

pjohnson

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Thank you for this, we are heading from WA to WY this fall for an antelope hunt, this is good info.
 

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