Colorado Trophy Antelope Hunts
Hunting on the Eastern Plains in Colorado for trophy antelope
Eastern Plains Colorado antelope hunting takes place on private ranches managed for quality antelope hunting.
The success rate is extremely high and the quality of the antelope on these ranches are very strong.
If you are looking for a smaller, more intimate, hunting experience, look no further. You will only be one of a few hunters who get to hunt here every year. Antelope camps are traditionally a “stack’m deep” model, but not with this outfitter. He prefers quality over quantity.
I only get to place a few clients a year on this hunt but I love it every time because this is such a slam dunk for a great buck.” ~Marc Warnke
This Colorado antelope outfitter has been in business for over twenty years and our staff has hunted multiple species with him over the last ten years. We know this operation inside and out, and you can expect to see quality antelope on this hunt that will score up to 80″ B&C.
On these Colorado antelope hunts, spot and stalk is the main method of hunting, and most hunts are done quite quickly. Because only a few antelope are taken off each ranch a year, the pressure is very low and the success rate and trophy quality is very high.
There is a 100% opportunity rate on this Colorado antelope hunt.
Trophy quality on these Colorado antelope hunts is VERY good. It doesn’t matter which ranch you end up hunting either, as they each have equal quality for antelope bucks up to 80″ B&C.
We have several ranches that we use for our Antelope hunts on the Eastern plains, and with these hunts the success rate is extremely high on trophy quality goats without having to spend a ton of money. What makes this hunt so good is that you are able to shoot New Mexico style genetics without having to pay the bigger price tag.”
This hunt takes place in mid October. The weather is usually fairly mild.
All Colorado antelope tags are by application only, you must have hunters education card if born after January 1, 1949, NO EXCEPTIONS.
This Colorado outfitter hunts in units 105,106,128, 133 and 130.
The Outfitter provides all travel during the hunt. The ranches are located in Southeastern Colorado Eastern plains in rim rock canyon country, with river bottoms. At 6,000 feet these are low elevation hunts in a semi arid region.