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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    Maybe a little bit longer than a 10 count but everything else is spot on.
    Also, I helps to start with a doe. Marinate with itilian dressing and bread with flour. Follow the above and enjoy.
    I personally don't like to marinade or add seasonings. if meat is good why cover up it's natural flavor? if meat is not good I just won't eat it. same way I won't drink a nasty corona. not even with the help of a lime to hide it's nastiness!

    but that's just me.
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    What is interesting to me is the fact that the fast carnivores that led to a pronghorn's amazing speed in the Pleistocene died out 10,000 years ago - yet the pronghorn has remained fast enough to out-pace them. The arms race is long over yet the pronghorn has not evolved into a slower animal. Pronghorn expert John Byers has some interesting stuff to read.

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    I enjoyed "Built for Speed: a Year in the Life of Pronghorn" by Byers. They learned a ton by following pronghorn year-round on the National Bison Range. I bet I'll never get to where I can identify the individual does like they did though.

    Another good book is Pronghorn Ecology & Management by O'Gara & Yoakum. It's a big one, and some of the chapters are more interesting than others (I skipped about half of the chapter describing diseases), but I learned things there that I had never found in any other books. For example I had never heard of present-day 4 horned pronghorn until I read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Serio View Post
    I enjoyed "Built for Speed: a Year in the Life of Pronghorn" by Byers. They learned a ton by following pronghorn year-round on the National Bison Range. I bet I'll never get to where I can identify the individual does like they did though.

    Another good book is Pronghorn Ecology & Management by O'Gara & Yoakum. It's a big one, and some of the chapters are more interesting than others (I skipped about half of the chapter describing diseases), but I learned things there that I had never found in any other books. For example I had never heard of present-day 4 horned pronghorn until I read it.
    Thanks El Serio - I'm buying the O'Gara book.

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    I need to put an antelope on the table this fall, end of story
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    Quote Originally Posted by southforkguy View Post
    i need to put an antelope on the table this fall, end of story
    git-r-dun!!!!
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