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Bowhunting Pronghorn Antelope in the Lower 48

Pronghorns are the speedsters of the west, and certainly a species BSC recommends to the bowhunter who wants to expand his horizons from the customary whitetail hunts in the east. Bowhunts are affordable, normally action packed, and the animals make a beautiful mount. Pronghorns are found in many western states, as well as Alberta in Canada. They provide bowhunters with an excellent opportunity to take a P & Y class animal, and the minimum score is 67.

While pronghorns can be bowunted in numerous locations, BSC has narrowed down their list of recommendations to a few outfitters in Wyoming, Montana, and Alberta. Pronghorns can be bowhunted in all of these cases with mule deer, or as a single species hunts. Pronghorn bowhunts may be the cheapest of all the North American 28 and as much fun as anything else. For some extra dollars, a combination hunts with mule deer can be arranged in some areas. Hunting techniques range from pit blinds, to windmills, and from spot & stalk to decoying, depending on the time of year, the rut, and the weather.

Mark Buehrer
North American Consultant
mark@bowhuntingsafari.com

Jay Osting
North American Consultant
jay@bowhuntingsafari.com