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Lots of pronghorn pictures
There is really nothing special about any of the following pronghorn pictures but they were in my file to share.
Excellent! Thanks for sharing.
My very first Pronghorn, Sept of 1994. God! 22 years ago.
My best, Paul
I liked all of them. Thanks.
good stuff, thanks for sharing. the photo of the pronghorn walking away with the snow capped mountains is incredible. I would pay for one of those and like to have it framed.
Your second photo (first pronghorn after the windmill photo), and the fifth photo (fourth photo after the windmill) are my two favorites simply because they sure seem to contain some nice bucks....but that one photo about four pictures back has some amazing hooks!!
Yea Jake, "size does matter!" Hey, good luck on your hunt and I hope an 80 incher comes by.
My best, Paul
Awesome pics, thanks for sharing. Gets me pumped for my hunt coming up in Colorado in September.
Thanks for sharing!
Great pictures, I need to do another pronghorn hunt.
Paul, Excellent pictures and I really like the albino picture and the harvest picture from a couple years ago. Thanks!
Paul great photos. Now you got me fired up to hunt speed goats. I need one with the bow. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks! great pictures. My son and I are heading to Wyoming this year to hunt public land for the first time. I did a guided hunt in 2013 but really pumped for this hunt together.
Thanks for sharing Paul. I'm more excited about doing this pronghorn hunt than my yearly elk hunt, if I draw my Wyoming tag. Last year I think 38% of nonres drew with 3 points I have 4 for this year. So if I draw I'll be starting a thread asking for lots of help, as I have never hunted them before. Hoping to learn from others here on the Bowsite. So I can go into this hunt never haven hunted them before with as much knowledge as if I've hunted them for the last 10 years. Ed
I love pronghorns ! Thanks for posting the pics Paul !
Some of those pics are exceptional, Paul!
Thanks for sharing
Best of Luck Jeff
That buck is a dandy in that second pic!
tax man. He sure is/was, at least a 80 incher, but on private property and just over the fence a few, years back. Never had a chance at him and could not get permission but he still is in my mind.
Paul, maybe the picture is deceiving but he looks to be all of 17 inches.
Pope and Young 80 inches.
I think BC is 82 or 84?
I have 2 book ends 76 and 74.
You have some magnificent photos there especially the one with the Mt. back drop the goats walking towards.
Never get tired of looking at these animals.
B&C is 80 awards, 82 all-time.
wow. great pics. some bruisers in there. love the scenery and sun pics too. all part of why I love hunting antelope...
Well, here are some more. I was fishing in North Park Co this week and the Pronghorns were very photogenic.
Ok, here is my photo of the year. It is this month old pronghorn fawn bedded down/hiding after the doe spooked away. I got to within 100 feet looking for the fawn. Scanning the sage, I saw ear tips and then eyes.
faster than a speeding bullet
gone in a second. They learn fast---or else!
Thanks for sharing all those great photos. I drew a tag for Wyoming and looking forward to going this year. Good luck in your season.
Wyoming seems to be infested with lopes, good luck. Paul
Lopes sure are fun...thanks, Paul!
Concerning the buck horns and PY score, the ears are usually 6 inches in length on a mature buck. A shootable buck, if one cares, the prong should be higher that the ear's length. So using that as an indicator, the buck above pictured in the last 5 pictures, would be a 12-14 in buck. I would shoot that buck for sure.
Finding a 16 inch buck would be an exception and a 18-20 buck would be a once in a life time event.
If any one has a picture or a mount of a 18-20 buck please show it.
My best, Paul
I am pretty sure stickflicker can post one. :)
sure, I'm just getting another point this year. Make me droolll. Great pics.
Wish I had that picture (and the buck!) Paul..but I don't.
Great pictures Paul! Such a unique and gorgeous animal!
Some studs in there Paul...Not counting the one in the funny hat! ;-)
I thought that hat looked pretty cool but I have no idea where it is today. One can not be too fashionable when in the field! Other hunters may not care but I know the animals do for sure. Well, almost sure.
My best, Paul
Wow thanks for sharing. Glad you went fishing if you did half as good fishing as you did capturing the beautiful shots you have a freezer full of fish!
EXCELLENT! Thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Actually fish was good. Glad you enjoyed the pictures.