Wyoming Antelope Hunting
Wyoming is famous for its pronghorn numbers and hunting. We are in the heart of the best areas, right where the antelope migrate. We have a very large area to hunt and experienced guides to make sure you get your antelope. Our opportunity success rate, as well as our kill success, has been 100%.
It generally takes a few years of accumulating preference points and applying to draw an antelope tag. Gathering preference points (1 per year) is necessary to draw a license.
Our permitted areas are on the BLM lands in the high plains of our area, which include regions 86, 87, 88, 89, & 90.
Pronghorn hunting in Wyoming
We offer Archery hunts and Rifle hunts
Wyoming Antelope hunts can be combined with other species, depending on your dates and willingness to be flexible. Since our pronghorn are in different areas from other game we hunt, logistics for this option are more demanding.
Typically our antelope hunts are day hunts. Our hunters find lodging in the area and our guides will pick you up in the mornings, supplied with food and beverages for the day.
It is typical to see many bucks as we spend the day traveling by vehicle to prime areas. We can generally go to several areas to search for your prize or the animal of your choosing.
|Antelope: Archery||Starts at $1,200 per person||5 Day Hunt|
|Antelope: Rifle||Starts at $1,200 per person||5 Day Hunt|
For license application information you must go to the Wyoming Game & Fish Department website.
Antelope applications must be in by May 31.
All online applications must arrive in the Cheyenne office by midnight mountain standard time (MST) on the deadline date. Fees must be paid in full when the application is submitted. Unsuccessful applicants will be refunded their license fees minus the application fee.
Preference Points: All applicants have the option of purchasing preference points to help assure they will draw a license. Applications for preference points can be obtained in July and must be submitted by the end of September to receive this advantage for the following year.
We strongly advise the purchase of a preference point. In addition, you can purchase an additional point when you apply for your license. If you don’t draw, you will have that additional advantage, and if you do draw, the state will refund your money. The cost for an antelope preference point is $30.
MAKING A RESERVATION
A deposit of $500 is required to secure a booking. Upon successful drawing of a license, 1/2 of the cost of the hunt solidifies your reservation. Once a booking is made, the deposit is not refundable. The balance is due two weeks prior to your hunt.
Hunters who are unsuccessful in the drawing will receive a deposit refund within 30 days or may apply the deposit to a future hunt or one of our other great activities.