Antelope Hunting Guides & Outfitters in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Wyoming & more

Antelope Hunts

 

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Antelope Hunting

North America's fastest big game animal. From southern Saskatchewan and Alberta in Canada south through the United States (central Texas west to northeastern California) and to northern Mexico, we've compiled a great selection of Antelope hunts, 45 in total. Fully-guided and semi-guided Antelope bow and gun hunts from reputable, pre-screened big game hunting guides and outfitters.


Top 10 Antelope Hunts (Gun)

  Location  # of Outfitters  # of Hunts  Average Cost 
New Mexico88$2,744
Colorado44$2,556
South Dakota22$2,250
Montana22$3,000
Nebraska11$3,000
Nevada11$3,000
Arizona11$3,500
Texas11$3,000
Idaho11$3,000
Utah11$3,000

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Top 10 Antelope Hunts (Bow)

  Location  # of Outfitters  # of Hunts  Average Cost 
New Mexico88$2,869
Colorado44$2,744
Nebraska22$2,250
Montana22$3,000
Nevada11$3,000
Arizona11$3,500
Texas11$3,000
Utah11$3,000
Idaho11$3,000
Wyoming11$3,000

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Antelope Guide (Antilocapra americana)

The range of Pronghorn Antelope extends from southern Saskatchewan and Alberta in Canada south through the United States (central Texas west to northeastern California) and to northern Mexico.

Bands of pronghorns live in open grasslands, forming small single-sex groups in spring and summer, and gathering into large mixed herds, sometimes up to 1,000 strong, in the fall and winter; they may migrate up to 100 miles to avoid deep winter snow. Pronghorns live primarily in grasslands but also in brushland and deserts. They eat a wide variety of plant foods, often including plants that are unpalatable or toxic to domestic livestock (sheep and cattle) though they also compete with these for food.

The main color of adults is brown or tan, with a white rump and belly and two white stripes on the throat. A short dark mane grows along the neck, and males also sport a black mask and black patches on the sides of the neck. Both sexes have horns, although the horns of females are generally small or absent, and never exceed ear length. Female horns average about 5 inches and the prongs are not prominent. The horn begins to grow at the age of six months and will be shed by 18 months. The maximum horn height for males will occur within 2 to 3 years of age and will average about 10-12 inches.

Cougars, wolves, coyotes and bobcats, are the major predators. Golden Eagles have been reported to prey on fawns.

Pronghorns are now quite numerous and outnumbered people in Wyoming and parts of northern Colorado until just recently. It is widely hunted in western states for purposes of sport, population control, and food, as the meat is rich and lean.


Spotlight Antelope Outfitter

Mangas Outfitters

Mangas Outfitters offers trophy Elk, Mule Deer, Coues Deer, Antelope, Bear, Oryx, Ibex and Cougar hunts in Units 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 22 & 23. With over 25 years hunting trophy class animals in the same area we have the knowledge and expertise to make your hunt a memorable one.

Didn’t draw your tag? No problem for us! We have access to over 120,000 acres of Private land with landowner tags available. You will be hunting elevations between 6,000 and 9,000 feet. Most of the hunting is in terrain that allows for walking, the use of a four-wheeler or four-wheel drive pick-up. All of our hunts include lodging and meals with modern accommodations.

Species Offered


Antelope
Deer - Mule
Elk

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