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Wyoming Units

I want to know which wyoming units have the most pronghorn. I don't care if i get a trophy buck or not. I want to make sure i can easily get a tag and i want to see pronghorn. Any specific units come to mind? I'm hoping to go on a pronghorn hunt next year before i go off to college

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Unless you're hunting with an

Unless you're hunting with an outfitter the thing to keep in mind is not only antelope population, but the amount of public land.  Some areas have high populations of antelope and easy draws, but very limited public land so you can't hunt them.

You'll need to balance population, odds of drawing with public land access to have a good hunt.  The game and fish site will list the various areas and the odds of drawing.

Good luck.

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I could give you some infor

I could give you some infor on the area that we hunt if I wanted but then I would have to come to WI and take care of business if you know what I mean.

Serioulsy if you want some info send me a PM or email and I tell you what I know about the area we hunt in.  We have a lot antelope and some good bucks...and there is alot of land to go around.

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That state has a ton of land

That state has a ton of land and an absolute ton of pronghorn. I am not lying when I say that it is hard to go wrong by picking a unit in that state. They are definitely the king of antelope as far as numbers go. Find a unit with a lot of BLM land and you should have a good time. Good luck in your search. 

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