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Buffalo WY Antelop
Do hunters shoot "Good" goats up near Buffalo WY.
I can only speak of the area sw of buffalo. It's quite high and we killed decent goats but nothing to get excited about. EDIT: We were hunting antelope at over 8,000 feet. We took a lot but nothing big.
I assume he means speedy goats not climby goats. But maybe you do too.
Lots of goats and sure to be some decent ones, but I wouldn't say the area is known for big antelope.
If people would quit calling Antelope "goats" the world would be a better place.
Yeah right... I wish people would stop calling transgender him a her... but it ain't gonna happen.
The same goes for calling them Antelope.
Antilocapra Americana - "American Goat-Antelope".
Call them Pronghorns.
Goats, antelope, pronghorns they all work and people get the point. Especially when there is a picture next to the thread.
Are pronghorns. Yes, there are pronghorn where the OP is headed. Not known as a trophy zone but with some good feed as the horns form early in the summer then horns will be well above the ears. That is good enough for me.
"If people would quit calling Antelope "goats" the world would be a better place."
Well... maybe your world. The rest of us don't give two craps what people call em and know exactly what animal people are talking about.
Not too much in the way of quality anywhere south, north, and east of Buffalo (within 100 miles or so) . West on the other side of the Bighorns there tends to be better quality but harder to draw. Average antelope seems to be around 60-65”