Joined: 2/15/2011Well the wife to be has spoke and she decieded that we were going proghorn hunting out west this will be our first guided hunt and our first out of state were planning foe next august or September it will be an archery hunt I was thinking blind over water holes would be the best but I won’t rule out spot and stalk I know a lot of people on here have taken speed goats I was just wondering where you guys went and if you would go backFred Eichler’s Full Draw outfitters in Colorado is one I’d recommend but he maybe booked up.
Joined: 5/30/2010x2!! call fred!
Location: Layton, UtahI’d check out Wyoming, I’ve seen a lot of Antelope every time I drive across I-80!That Crazy Old Mormon in Utah! My Bow: Prime Impact 50# @ 29" My Rest: Trophy Ridge "SmackDown" My Sight: Spott Hogg "Hunter"
I’d check out Wyoming, I’ve seen a lot of Antelope every time I drive across I-80!
I think WY has better public land Pronghorn opportunities than Colorado. You have to be careful where you go in Colorado … Dept of Parks and Wildlife sells Pronghorn tags for public areas where there are no Pronghorn. The best hunting in Colorado is on Private Property/Ranches because that is where the water tanks/ponds have been built. If you find a waterhole on public land, you’ll have to stand in line to hunt it.
Location: LouisianaLook for outfitters around Douglas or Gillette Wyoming… I hunted public land around those areas for 2 years but If you are looking for an outfitter you should have NO PROBLEM getting on some goats… I think the Steinle ranch that Shacklehunter went to is near Douglas if im not mistaken.Mathews Switchback XT!
Joined: 3/10/2010Spearhead ranch outside Douglas Wyoming.
Fred Eichler’s Full Draw outfitters in Colorado is one I’d recommend but he maybe booked up.
Also check out Table Mountain Outfitters also, I saw an episode with Levi Morgan and thy had Antelope every where and I know they do both blind by water hole, and also spot and stalk. Levi did the spot and stalk…
Joined: 3/10/2010One thing you need to be aware of is most non-resident tags in Wyoming are draw only. This means you need to apply in January to be drawn for that year. This is for both guided and do it yourself hunting.
One thing you need to be aware of is most non-resident tags in Wyoming are draw only. This means you need to apply in January to be drawn for that year. This is for both guided and do it yourself hunting.
This is true.
Here in Oregon it is a draw system for them too. To go out of state Wyoming would be my first choice as they have some very nice trophy size speed goats there. But if I did not want to wait for my draw and go for one this year I would go to Colorado. Fred Eischler’s Full Draw outfitters is who I would get ahold of there. They do a great job and will get you into the speed goats for sure.
Let us know how it turns out for you and what you decide.
Oh…and BTW….finding a wife who helps plan a out of state guided hunt… Priceless!! Your a lucky man>>>>--Shoot Straight-->
Joined: 2/15/2011I went up to my taxidermist to pick of a couple skins I had tanned from trapping season and I got talking to him about pronghorn hunting and he told me to head to south Dakota all the tags are over the counter and then place he hunted was private land open to the public him and a couple of his friends went out there and they all tagged out and had a blast so I might be going that rout thanks for the input from everyone and yes I am a very lucky man
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