UNGUIDED PRONGHORN HUNTING IN WYOMING

UNGUIDED WYOMING PRONGHORN HUNTING

Wyoming is World-renowned for its fantastic opportunities for pronghorn hunting. Archery hunters, in particular, have more opportunities than ever before with a 45-Day extended season prior to the rifle season.  This landowner is offering hunting access for the first time exclusively to Global Sporting Safaris.  Clients will hunt on parcels in size from 240 to 300+ acres of private and landlocked federal lands surrounded by some of the largest ranches in Natrona County, Wyoming.

PRONGHORN ARCHERY BOW HUNTS

This landowner’s pronghorn hunting trips for bow hunters last five days. Due to the pronghorn’s flighty nature and the difficulty of closing in on them in the wide-open spaces they call home, these hunts are performed from permanent or pop-up blinds positioned over waterholes in some of the best locations of the ranch. As an unguided hunt, you’ll spend all of the hunts alone.  The landowner will show you the property and locations of the blinds. With no distractions, you’ll be able to focus entirely on picking your trophy and taking the shot.  The landowner will also give you a map to local meat processors and taxidermists if you wish.

PRONGHORN HUNTING ARCHERY SEASON

The Pronghorn Archery hunting season usually starts August 15th and goes through the end of September.  The rifle season is usually the first two weeks of October and in most years ends on the 14th.

MULE DEER HUNTING ARCHERY SEASON

The Wyoming Mule Deer Archery hunting season usually starts September 1st and goes through the end of September.  The rifle season is usually the first two weeks of October and in most years ends on the 14th.  To preserve the resource, we will only sell two Pronghorn/Mule deer combo hunts per year.  These hunts must take place in September as the Mule deer archery season is not open till September 1, two weeks after the start of the archery Pronghorn hunting season.

TROPHY QUALITY

The Pronghorn Antelope is this area of the state has more mass than length.  You can reasonably expect to see antelope in the high 60’s to mid-’70s with the occasional buck scoring even higher.  The second-largest Wyoming state record Pronghorn (a staggering 90 inches) was harvested about 15-20 miles from where you will be hunting.  The Rocky Mountain Mule deer in this area will be in the 135 to 160 area with the possibility of 170.

TAGS, AREA & WYOMING PREFERENCE POINTS

The land you will be hunting falls under Area 25 for Pronghorn antelope and Area 22 for Mule deer.  In most cases, you can draw your tag the first year as most of this area is private land with difficult public access. For the 2016 season, the Wyoming Non-resident Pronghorn tag was $272 and the Mule deer tag was $312 and both tags were subject to a $14 application fee and a $12.50 Wyoming conservation stamp.  A non-resident Archery license is required to hunt during the archery season.  The archery license is $30 to non-residents. We highly recommend you become familiar with the Wyoming State hunting regulations by visiting the following page; http://wgfcms.wyo.gov/Hunting/Hunt-Planner.  You can increase your odds of getting the antelope or deer tag by purchasing Preference Points for the following year.

The open period to buy Preference Points is July 1st through October 31st at the following site: http://wgfcms.wyo.gov/Hunting/Preference-Points.  Draw odds for Area 25 Pronghorn Antelope is around 90-95%.  You can increase your draw substantially by buying a Pronghorn Antelope Preference Point during the previous year.

THE LOCATION

Your archery antelope hunt will be based in Casper, Wyoming, where you’ll spend the nights in local motels. This is a great option for hunters who wish to bring along non-hunting companions such as spouses, children or buddies. There’s plenty for anyone to do here: enjoy the incredible fishing of the North Platte River, visit the many local museums, or hit up the downtown for some fantastic shopping. You’ll be able to hunt without worrying about hearing how bored the family’s getting.

The region is well-known for its incredible opportunity rate for pronghorns—they roam in numerous large herds, and if one herd doesn’t contain the trophy you’re looking for, the next usually will. Some of our locations border Federal land

Call today or fill out the form below and let us know what type of pronghorn hunting experience you are looking for. We’ll send you information on opportunities that match your goals. Our experienced outfitters are second to none and we’re happy to share personal experiences with you.

WYOMING LANDOWNER COUPON

Each Wyoming hunting license contains a “Landowner Coupon.” This must be given to the landowner on the day he gives you a tour of the area.  The Wyoming Game & Fish gives landowners a very small incentive to allow hunters access to their property.

PHOTOS REWARD

The landowner will send the hunter a $30 Cabela Gift Card or $50 off future booking in exchange for 3 good quality successful high-resolution field photos of a hunter with the game.  Photos must be of good quality and show respect for the game harvested on the landowner’s property.

WYOMING ARCHERY FAQ’S

Click http://wgfcms.wyo.gov/FAQ/Archery-FAQ for the State Webpage on Archery Hunting

Archery Pronghorn Hunting in South Dakota, click below.
http://www.gssafaris.com/hunting/south-dakota-antelope-hunting/

2017 Pricing

Pronghorn Bow Hunt.  Unguided 5-Day hunt: $995.
Pronghorn & Mule Deer Hunt. 
Unguided 7-Day: $2,495*
Extra Hunt Days: $100
/Day if available

Wyoming Nonresident Antelope Tag: $272
Wyoming Nonresident Mule Deer Tag: $312
Tag Application Fee: $14
Wyoming Nonresident Archery Permit: $30
Wyoming Conservation Stamp: $12.50
* only 2 per year

Included in Cost

~ Legal hunting access to our ranch properties
~ Permanent and/or Pop-up Hunting Blinds over water
~ Maps of hunting areas and adjoining Federal land if applicable
~ List of local area meat processors and taxidermists
~ List of recommended hotels
~ Meet & Greet at the Natrona County International Airport
~ Tour of property

Not Included in Cost

~ Wyoming Nonresident Antelope Tag: $272
~ Wyoming Nonresident Mule Deer Tag: $312 (if applicable)
~ Wyoming Nonresident Archery Tag: $30
~ Wyoming Tag Application Fee: $14.00
~ Wyoming Conservation Stamp: $12.50
~ Motel, Food, Transportation to and from the hunting area

SEASON DATES AVAILABLE

Archery (2017)

August 15-20, 2017 (1 Spot)

Archery (2017)

August 22-26, 2017 (1 Spot)

Archery (2017)

August 29-Sept 2, 2017 (1 Spot)

Archery (2017)

September 5-9, 2017 (1 Spot)

Archery (2017)

September 12-16, 2017 (1 Spot)

Archery (2017)

September 12-16, 2017 (1 Spot)

Archery (2017)

September 26-30, 2017 (1 Spot)

Archery (2018)

August 15-20, 2018 (1 Spot)

Archery (2018)

August 22-26, 2018 (1 Spot)

Archery (2018)

August 29-Sept 2, 2018 (1 Spot)

Archery (2018)

September 5-9, 2018 (1 Spot)

Archery (2018)

September 12-16, 2018 (1 Spot)

Archery (2018)

September 19-23, 2018 (1 Spot)

Archery (2018)

September 19-23, 2018 (1 Spot)

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