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    Fun thread, pronghorn are beautiful. Here's a 113 doe - she had a cool red mane on her and I would have had no reservation about taxidermy - they're ice-age remnants and just look awesome. Used my 10lb (yep, 10lbs) Remington Sendero .308 with Barnes TSX solid copper about 150-ish yards. The TTSX and TSX are incredible, no words can describe how good these bullets perform. Had about a 40 degree temperature drop the next day. I won't go back to that unit because it's not my type of hunting (need more solitude), but it was a good one to introduce me to Equality State Antilocapra americana.
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    First Antelope I ever saw Down was so red I thought the hunter had shot a moo cow.As I voiced my opinion the hunter gave me "The Look"your next mister!Congatulations on a sucessful hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreeTikkas View Post
    You know,I never thought other hunters would interfere with a hunt. Intentionally anyway. Good looking buck. I'd have shot him too.
    Yeah, it was a bit disappointing. They stopped their ATVs on the road adjacent to a buck that was bedded about 400 yds away and sat there and waiving at it until it headed for the next section. I?m pretty sure they were aware I was stalking the buck at the time. I would normally give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they didn?t know any better, but after accusing me of trespassing and telling me they only had doe tags earlier in the morning I?m sure it was intentional. Only one of them was wearing blaze orange too. Hopefully karma will run it?s course.

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    Drove 1300 miles, hiked 4 more, and killed this after a mile stalk. We?d just set camp a few hours earlier. Homework pays off! Filled a doe tag a couple days later. Had an amazing time.

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    And it’s upside down. Cuz stupid iPhones

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    The upside down picture makes it look like the antelope "got" you. Nice buck!

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    antilocapra Americana #2 of 2 for 2018. some of the best venison around. Solo, DIY, BLM, .308 Remington Sendero with Barnes TSX 168 gr.
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    New member here so figured I'd jump in a post a quick picture. Some really nice antelope posted - congrats to all. Here is my 2018 Wyoming buck, not big but the weather kind of made things a bit tough to get around. Fun hunt as always though, be back in 2019!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregonmuley View Post
    New member here so figured I'd jump in a post a quick picture. Some really nice antelope posted - congrats to all. Here is my 2018 Wyoming buck, not big but the weather kind of made things a bit tough to get around. Fun hunt as always though, be back in 2019!!


    Looks like a fun hunt! Congrats!


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