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Wyoming pronghorn
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(12-19-2018, 10:04 AM)Settle623 Wrote:
(12-18-2018, 02:35 PM)jmveverka Wrote:
(12-16-2018, 08:45 AM)Settle623 Wrote: Wow this looks awesome! How far were your shots? I am hoping to get out there in the next couple of years.


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My pronghorn buck ended up being about 220 yds. I think my dad's pronghorn buck was 185 and my brothers was 250-300, can't remember.  Two does we killed we stalked in before first light to where we put them to bed at under 100 yds and can't remember on the others.

Would it be possible for me to pick your brain sometime on the process and what to look for when hunting these guys?

Start buying your preference points NOW... you wont get drawn without any. And if your hunting as a group, they average all the points together.
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Got mine back as well. Forgot to post him


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#23
bravo
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Nice Cking, looks great.
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(12-19-2018, 01:03 PM)Alex G. Wrote:
(12-19-2018, 10:04 AM)Settle623 Wrote:
(12-18-2018, 02:35 PM)jmveverka Wrote:
(12-16-2018, 08:45 AM)Settle623 Wrote: Wow this looks awesome! How far were your shots? I am hoping to get out there in the next couple of years.


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My pronghorn buck ended up being about 220 yds. I think my dad's pronghorn buck was 185 and my brothers was 250-300, can't remember.  Two does we killed we stalked in before first light to where we put them to bed at under 100 yds and can't remember on the others.

Would it be possible for me to pick your brain sometime on the process and what to look for when hunting these guys?

Start buying your preference points NOW... you wont get drawn without any. And if your hunting as a group, they average all the points together.

Yep, there are units you can draw as leftover or 0 points but they are reportedly tough, though I have seen guys get it done.  We had three doe tags in a leftover unit and ended up knocking on a door for permission to go shoot some of the only ones we saw there after a few days of checking all of the available public and walk-in areas.  But, you don't need 6-7 years worth.  There are a few good <2 and 1 point units that i know of and I have only been hunting there once.  Feel free to shoot me a message Settle and I will gladly give you the playbook we used.
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Love this. On my bucket lost top 3! You guys took a chance and won!!! Beautiful animals.


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Big Bucks are easy - Thats why I shoot little ones!
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I got mine back! It's been a few months now, but here he it.[Image: b5fbb580dea507e5f08193b5401d1ebc.jpg][Image: e65b15faa4670959e6dd2fe87cfcb3c4.jpg][Image: 6e0901f074a99f524abe9afbeb125f34.jpg]

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He's not a monster, but he's mine![Image: 8ff58024a27242bb70928188728d0468.jpg]

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