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Antelope 2022
Pronghorn
Contributors to this thread:
Tater 28-Dec-20
NoWiser 28-Dec-20
DNEWER 28-Dec-20
Adam B 28-Dec-20
Stick & String 05-Jan-21
ahunter76 05-Jan-21
From: Tater
28-Dec-20
Looking to do an archery hunt for antelope in 2022.Did one in the sandhills of Nebraska this past fall and wasn't really impressed. Probably drive a little further and go to Wyoming. I know there's a lot of outfitters on this site and I have looked at them. Before I start my search just offering up someone to give me a reference. Not set on Wyoming but probably move on from Nebraska.

From: NoWiser
28-Dec-20
You definitely don't need an outfitter to hunt antelope in Wyoming. Even in the lesser units I've hunted you can't NOT find antelope during archery season.

From: DNEWER
28-Dec-20
I have hunted with 3 different outfitters in Wyoming. If you want to hunt a true P&Y class antelope I would recommend 88 ranch. If you want to see a million antelope and maybe add a mulie or whitetail tag I would recommend Double A outfitters.

These are based on my limited experience but extensive research.

From: Adam B
28-Dec-20
Pronghorn Paradise out of Gillette. Great operation.

05-Jan-21

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Wyoming
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Wyoming

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Tater, I have 3 excellent outfitters in central WY and SE MT that I book for. Please check out the hunts on my website at www.stickandstringoutfitters.com.

All 3 are $2500 for 4 days including food and lodging. Success rate is very high usually ranging from 90-100% and trophy quality is good. Thanks Matt

From: ahunter76
05-Jan-21

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We've done Wy 5 times different areas. Public & walk in areas DIY. 2019, water everywhere. All spot n stalk. My kids 1st Antelope hunt. You don't need a guide. Buddies took bigger Bucks too.

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