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Wyoming Antelope Hunt- WY02

Wyoming is home to the world's largest population of pronghorn antelope, and Casper Wyoming is antelope central. September coincides with the antelope rut and these animals make outstanding shoulder mounts due to the unusual color of their hides and shape of their horns.

Most of our antelope hunts take place on private leases. Casper Wyoming is surrounded with incredible antelope hunting, so you can choose to stay in either motels or camps including both wall tents and lodge camps for your antelope hunt. Our town hunt is especially popular for hunters traveling with non-hunters, as Casper is home to several museums, great shopping and world class fishing on the North Platte River.

This is a great hunt for the first time out west hunter or for a parent bringing their child on their first hunt. Our antelope hunts offer so much opportunity that it is almost impossible for the first time or seasoned hunter to go home without an antelope trophy. This outfitter takes more people antelope hunting than any other outfitter in North America. Our hunting guides know antelope.

Our antelope hunts are from 4x4 vehicles using a spot and stalk method of hunting antelope. First you spot that trophy antelope then you spend time sneaking and crawling through sage brush draws until you are within range of your trophy antelope. If you have never done this then I can not explain to you how much fun it is. The physical abilities for antelope hunting runs from mild to moderate.

Antelope hunting license draw rates vary from year to year but we hunt many areas that draw at 100% and these hunts usually have a 95-100% success rate. Hunts for better-than-average antelope are 2-3 hunters per guide. Antelope hunting license applications are due by March 15th of each year.

Our definition system for our hunts is as follows:
- Better-than-average: 12+ inch horn length or SCI score of 65+
- Trophy: 13+ inch horn or SCI score of 70+
- Record book: 14+ inch horn up to 16 inches; SCI scores of 76 to mid 80's
- Prices per hunter range from $1595 for 2-days to $2295 for 3-days.
- Dates booking range from mid-September to mid-October.