The antelope numbers were definitely down somewhat as compared to last year, but still enough to make for a fun hunt. I took mine at 7:30 am opening day after a buck chased three does across the two track we were riding on. I parked the truck got out and started slowly following this group for about 3/4 of a mile. The whole time this buck is chasing these does in circles and staying about 400 to 500 yards in front of me. I finally closed the distance to about 350 or so yards. I waited till the buck got broadside and clear enough from the cactus got solid on my sticks and gently crushed the trigger. At the shot I lost him in the recoil but when I saw thru my glass just does running I was pretty sure it was a clean kill as the shot felt good. I walked straight towards my last fix on him and found him piled up DRT. I'm really falling in love with my Rem. 700 ADL 30-06 My reloads using RL22 and the 168 gr Berger VLD hunting bullet have been proven to be accurate, flat shooting, and deadly, so for on an a cow elk and buck antelope. My dad was able to fill his doe tag with a nice 300 yard shot about two hours later after a couple of blown stalks. All in all me and dad had another great time together.