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PRONGHORN ANTELOPE

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PRONGHORN HUNTS

This hunt is great for the beginner or the seasoned veteran. Pronghorn antelope are a species that will give you a chance to get into the record books too. One of the great things about hunting pronghorn is hunters can take advantage of all the daylight hours during their hunt. Most hunts don’t take more than a couple of days unless you are after a specific buck. 

Utah Hunting Opportunities

Utah is not known for giant bucks like Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, but each year a few record book bucks get harvested. The State record officially measured 91”.   The San Rafael units, Beaver, Fillmore Oak Creek, Box Elder and Southwest Desert units produce the best bucks each season. 

We offer archery, muzzleloader and rifle hunts in most of the limited entry units across the state.  

Archery hunts begin the middle of August thru mid-September. Rifle hunts begin mid-September thru late September and the muzzleloader season runs from end of September thru early October.  

Most of the hunting areas are accessible from trucks and ATV’s.  

 

Pronghorn Antelope permits can be obtained by: 

 

We can assist you in obtaining conservation tags or help you with the draw. 

 

Areas We Hunt: 

  • Beaver 

  • Book Cliffs 

  • Box Elder 

  • Cache/Morgan/south Rich 

  • Fillmore Oak Creek 

  • La Sal, Potash/south Cisco 

  • San Rafael 

  • South Slope Vernal 

  • Southwest Desert 

  • West Desert 

  • Pine Valley 

  • Three Corners/West Daggett 

 
 

Arizona Hunting Opportunities

Pronghorn Antelope permits can be obtained by: 

  • 100% tax deductible auction permit 

 

We can assist you in obtaining auction permits or help you with the draw. 

Areas We Hunt: Coming Soon

 

Wyoming Hunting Opportunities

Wyoming has more antelope than any other state. The tags are available through a lottery drawing. Pronghorn applications have to be completed before the end of May. There are no landowner permits available to purchase. You can purchase Commissioner and Governor’s licenses that can be designated for pronghorn hunting. 

Archery hunts begin August 15th for most of the areas and crossbows are legal. Rifle season varies from unit to unit, but most have September and October starting dates. 

We hunt public lands and have large private ranches leased with areas that are accessible from trucks and ATV’s. 

Every year Wyoming produces bucks in the high 80’s and recently had some breaking the 90” mark. 

 

Pronghorn Antelope permits can be obtained by: 

 

 

  • Purchasing a Commissioner License. This tag allows the hunter to choose an area to hunt during the prescribed season. There are generally 60 of these sold through raffles our auction. Many are a tax-deductible auction permit. 

 

  • Purchasing a Governor’s License. This tag allows the hunter to hunt any open area during the prescribed season. There are generally 10 of these sold through auctions. Most are a tax-deductible auction permit. 

We can assist you in obtaining Commissioner and Governor’s tags or help you with the draw applications. 

 

Areas We Hunt: 

 

  • Unit 34 

  • Unit 51 

  • Unit 52 

  • Unit 53 

  • Unit 57 

  • Unit 58  

  • Unit 59 

  • Unit 88 

  • Unit 89 

  • Unit 91 

  • Unit 112 

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