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Colorado Pronghorn

I'm considering putting in for pronghorn in Colorado next year. I've already started reserching and units 123 & 118 seem to have plenty of public land and require few preferance points.

Other units I've looked are 136,143,137 and 144.

Has anyone hunted any of these units? How accessible is the Comanche National Grassland for hunting antelope? Any info will be appreciated. Thanks!

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Hey prhunter,  I haven't

Hey prhunter,  I haven't hunted antelope in any of those areas in Colorado.  Not to knock Colorado, it's a great state for hunting.  Don't know exactly what your plan is and if you just want to hunt goats in Colorado you'll surely find some animals and have a good hunt.

But don't overlook Wyoming.  It's not much further north, has WAY more antelope, tags are easier to get and you can get a truckload of antelope--up to 6 tags per hunter.  We live in Colorado and don't bother to hunt antelope here much.  We find the hunting better in Wyoming and make it a great trip every year.  

Don't have any words of advice for the areas of interest in Colorado.  Good luck on your pronghorn next year no matter where you end up going.

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Thanks for the reply. I'll

Thanks for the reply. I'll start looking at Wyoming for pronghorn.

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