Joined: 2/20/2014I have eaten lotsa deer, elk, bison, rabbit, etc, plus lotsa african wild game (I used to live in South Africa), and antelope is my favorite, hands down. Unless you counting jerky, South African Ostrich biltong, well, anyway, bon apetite!
Location: Ontario, CanadaSounds great. I’m sure you’ll have fun whether or not you get one.We've taken far too many pucks in the head.Thank you Zedd and Jeeper. Its been a long while since Ive eaten antelope, but I know I love it! Do you have any good recipes for Antelope Zedd? Jeeper I am so pupmped up! you wouldnt beilieve it! I think I am driving my lady crazy just talking about it!! I know I will have a great time either way!! Thank again guys and take careOk my friends just an update on my prong horn hunt this summer. Application has been entered and among one of three areas I will be drawing for is area 73! That is in Casper Wyoming.. Lets hope I draw that area. I know Wyoming has good prong horns in lots of areas but Casper is among the best.. I hope lady luck is on my side..
Joined: 4/22/2010We’re thinking about putting together a trip as well, haven’t been in a few years and it is a blast! It’s probably too early for a buck decoy, we seem to have the best luck +/- 4 days around Sep 20. If given any flexibility, don’t be afraid to take advantage of their poor low light vision. Early morning or late evening stalks can be pretty effective. Also, they don’t seem to move at night like whitetails, elk, etc. We often put them to bed like turkeys and set up in the dark for a stalk first thing. most of the time they are laying right where we found them the night before. Good luck!"it's funny how it's the little things in life that mean the most" - zac brown
We’re thinking about putting together a trip as well, haven’t been in a few years and it is a blast! It’s probably too early for a buck decoy, we seem to have the best luck +/- 4 days around Sep 20. If given any flexibility, don’t be afraid to take advantage of their poor low light vision. Early morning or late evening stalks can be pretty effective. Also, they don’t seem to move at night like whitetails, elk, etc. We often put them to bed like turkeys and set up in the dark for a stalk first thing. most of the time they are laying right where we found them the night before. Good luck!
Thank you for the advice Pete! I didnt know they had poor low light visibility and that they dont move at night.. I will add those to my very limited bag of tricks and I will let you know how it goes!! Good luck on your hunt and keep me posted
Joined: 6/30/2011I would suggest trying your range finder from inside your blind to make sure it works far enough back in the blind to not spook the buck when you range him. When I hunted Wyoming I had to be right up next to the blind window with my range finder to get it to work and up that close to the window the buck would catch that movement and spook. I ended up placing rocks at 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 yards so I didn’t need the range finder. I found guessing the range in that open country extra hard. Also be sure you have a light on your pins because in the middle part of a bright day it will be difficult to see your pins without a light! Good luck and Let us know how the hunt goes!Hello my friends, well I know I told you I am going on an Antelope hunt with Tangle Ridge Outfitters this summer! Well its getting closer and closer to August 12th! I am planning on leaving August 12th to head for Antelope country! I want to relax and enjoy every second of the trip and not feel rushed for time! I love road trips, I just hope noting happens with my car along the way. Its pretty reliable, I would rather take my truck but its cheaper in gas to take my car.. I don’t know yet, I may just take my truck.. Also I will have a doe tag in my pocket, so I hope I can double up! If God willing I am able to do that I was thinking about having the doe mounted along with the buck together in a double shoulder mount… What do you guys think about that? Mainly I just want to get the doe for extra meat and all it cost me is the price of a doe tag which is $34.00. I have been shooting every day and getting my Monster MR7 Dialed in and also my Creed. I am going to take both bows, and I will be using my Grimm Reaper Hades fixed blade broad heads. I do have the Grimm Reaper Mechanicals also and I will be taking some of those as well. I will keep you all posted and I plan on sharing all the photos I take of my trip with you all!
Thank you Camolange, I will check my range finder at the back of the blind and yes my sight does have a light on it. Thank you for the heads up my friend! I will keep you updated and post all the pictures.. take care and hope to hear from you all very soon..
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