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First antelope hunting

I have been a long time reader of the forums here and decided to register to ask a question that I hope someone can give me some advice on. After 6 years of obsession I finally was able to tag my first Boone and Crockett white-tail in my home state of South Dakota this November. Now I’m turning my attention to antelope with the same goal in mind of a Boone and Crockett booked. I was just wondering if someone could give a guy some advice on where to start. The antelope in my state are all on the west side of the Missouri river which runs through the center of South Dakota and I live about 3 hour east of the river. My plan is to make the trek across the river this next season, camp in a town, and hit up public areas for a week and hope I come home with anything. What kind of advice do you guys have? Are there certain types of terrain I should be looking for? Do I need to hunt water fronts, food sources, or find where they are bedding? Is scent protection more or less important than with white tail? I am just looking for anything to help me have a successful first antelope hunt so I can learn and hopefully tag another Boone and Crockett in under six year.

 

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