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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.
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.
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.
Pronghorn Paradise out of Gillette. Great operation.
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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
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.