Thinking maybe of checking with an outfitter to essentially pay for either access or maybe waterhole/blind setup.
I’m just looking for advice while I look into regs, season and unit info. This may be unrealistic this last min, but seemed worth checking into. I’ve been hunting for elk plenty, but never for antelope. Thanks, Chris
Colorado has OTC archery antelope tags for a large portion of the state.
The eastern plains have some areas with decent populations but not a lot of public land.
The limited public land out east does get a lot of pressure and it would be low odds for success without a lot of time to scout and figure something out. Access to private land can be tough out there, especially close to the big cities.
Best bet for success would be to contact some outfitters to see if they would be willing to take a last minute hunter. A lot of them will already have blinds set up that the antelope are used to.
Got a pm suggesting Pronghorn Paradise in Wyoming. Hear nothing but good things about them here on the Bowsite. Would not be a bad option.