Trophy Nebraska antelope hunting on 16,200 acres of private land. This is a bowhunt only unless you are a Nebraska resident.
This is one of our favorite hunts and every time we have been here is was a target rich environment to say the least!! If your goal is to book a bow hunt with lots of action, read on!
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You have got to do this goat hunt. Got mine about noon yesterday. We both got Pope and Young bucks. Today we are sitting in blinds looking for a big whitetail. This is one neat setup and Craig is a really great guy. Hope you get to do this next year. I’ll send pics when I get home.”
~ Doak Worley
Add a whitetail to your antelope hunt!
In addition to antelope hunting, this Outfitter also runs some great whitetail hunts as well, and he is now offering a whitetail antelope combo hunt due to popular demand. He has a 5-year running average of 138” P&Y bucks with some scoring in the mid 150’s every year!
Hunt whitetail in the early morning and evening, then hunt antelope over water holes or on alfalfa fields during midday.
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Nebraska antelope hunting season is from late August through mid November depending on availability.
-Bowhunting only for non-residents
-Hunt from ground blinds on waterholes
Success Rates and Trophy Quality
-Opportunity Rate runs at a consistent 95%
-Success Rate is around 50% (due to missed shots)
-Most bucks make the 67″ P&Y minimum
The nearest airport is Rapid City, South Dakota. The Outfitter can pick you up at the airport for a small fee, and all transportation to and from the ranch is provided once you arrive.
This Nebraska antelope hunting Outfitter is located in Northwestern Nebraska just north of the Pine Ridge Hills, which is near the Black Hills. The ranch is 16,200 acres of private land and is hunted very little. It is managed for trophy archery antelope hunting. This is a very scenic area with wide open views and four major creeks running through it with cottonwood trees throughout the creek bottoms. All game is free range and fair chase.
Watch Russ Meyer’s hunt with this great Nebraska outfitter.
The outfitter does all game care, including asking you how you want it frozen for travel. Either boned or just quartered.
License and tags are over the counter for archery antelope. Non residents cannot hunt antelope with a rifle.