Pronghorn Antelope Hunt in Southern Colorado

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Hunting Trip Category: Pronghorn Antelope

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  • If your looking for a work hard play hard hunt and outfitter this outfitter believes in hard work on their part to get you your animal while having lots of fun then this outfitter is for you! This outfitter works all year to make sure that when his clients show up they will be taken care of. This Pronghorn antelope hunt will be well worth it! This hunt is a private land hunt so be ready for some excellent animals!

    • Guided 1×1
    • Your hunt will be on private land
    • Archery and Rifle are available
    • Tags are guaranteed and over the counter!

    Accommodations

    Included in your Pronghorn Antelope hunt is your lodging. This outfitter will help take very good care of you and your Antelope!

  • Outfitter: C Bar Z Outfitters
    Weapon:
    • Bow
    • Rifle
    Guided: 1x1
    Hunt Features:
    • Free range
    • Private ground
    • Guaranteed tags
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    4 Reviews on “Pronghorn Antelope Hunt in Southern Colorado”

    1. Clarence Dies Pronghorn Antelope Hunt in Southern Colorado
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      I did a turkey hunt with this outfitter. Tuesday after rain kept me off the ridge and after talking with the outfitter, I set up in the “bottoms” and worked a good gobbler early but couldn’t get him away from his hens, and a little later called in another gobbler that didn’t have any hens and took the shot at about 35 yards. It is a good bird with the best spurs that I have taken on a Merriam’s.

    2. Russell Edgar Pronghorn Antelope Hunt in Southern Colorado
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      Long story short, it was a fun and fabulous hunt. Even though I was unsuccessful. It wasn’t from a lack of animals. There’s plenty of animals. I cant wait for next year.

    3. Kevin S. Pronghorn Antelope Hunt in Southern Colorado
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      You have to stay focused and alert at all times while blind hunting pronghorn at a water source as they can show up instantly at any time. I didn’t see any pronghorn at a water source until the 4th morning. At 10:30 a.m. a buck came walking passed the right open window and then out of sight and back in sight in the wider open front window down to the water. As soon as his head dipped behind foliage I drew aimed and shot. I had previously ranged the entire shoreline, paths, and the crest beyond and against the pond so I knew the distance instantly. The hit made that noise I knew I clipped the left shoulder and probably hit the back of the heart. The buck ran 10 yards over the crest and disappeared a few seconds then his head rose up and back over the crest and disappeared again; indicating a heart shot. He was dead on the base of the crest only having gone 10 to 15 yards after the shot.

    4. Jeff Gagnow Pronghorn Antelope Hunt in Southern Colorado
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      It was all I thought it would be and more! I told Rebecca…I have been blessed to be on a couple dozen guided hunts over the years and Larry (& his crew) would definitely be in my top 3…since I am continuing a mule deer hunt with him…that rating could rise!

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