Pronghorn antelope can be tough to hunt, so to be successful you need to prepare, so here are some antelope archery hunting tips.
Antelope are curious animals by nature.
One thing to know as you prepare for hunting pronghorn
They sometimes respond well to calling.
Antelope can hear very well and respond to many different calls. They have challenge calls, grunts, chuckles, and distress calls
Hunting from a blind is usually your best option.
You may sit in a blind
Practice shooting your bow!
For shooting distances most shots take place anywhere from 30 to 40 yards, some being shorter and some being longer. The further you can shoot comfortably will increase the odds you will have at taking bigger trophy bucks. I have no problem with letting hunters take a 50 to 60 yard shot if they are comfortable and capable of taking that kind of shot. I recommend also practicing kneeling shots as most of your shots will take place kneeling if you are hunting from a ground blind or in a spot and stalk situation. Be sure to prepare for hunting pronghorn with a bow.