Lots of factors go into choosing the correct pronghorn antelope hunting outfitter, including trophy quality; price; weapon; availability of tags and more. We are here to help! Although Wyoming is known for the best pronghorn hunting, there is also great antelope hunting available in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Nebraska as well. It is very important that you talk with our consultants so we can help you find the right antelope hunt to fit your needs.
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New Mexico Antelope Hunting on 360,000 Acres of Private Land
This is one of our best antelope hunts. 100% success rate on trophy class antelope scoring 70-85" B&C.
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Colorado Antelope Hunts on Private Land for Bucks up to 80" B&C
We only have a few spots available on this pronghorn hunt, but it's a slam dunk on a big buck.
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Utah Antelope Hunt on Private Land
Nebraska Archery Antelope Hunts
Nebraska Archery Antelope Hunting
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Field Judging Antelope is tricky business…. they’re tough!
Antelope are notoriously difficult to field judge, but there are a few tricks that will help you out. The three things to look at are the length of horn; mass; and the size of the prong. You will use the ears as a good point of reference to measure these three things against. Antelope ears are typically 5.5″ to 6″ long.
What to look for when field judging antelope
- 1. The horns need to be at least twice as long as the ears
- 2. The bases of the horns need to be almost as wide as the widest point of the ear
- 3. The prong should stick out at least two inches beyond the front edge of the horns
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