Learn how a white shirt and goat hat helped a Bowhunting World reader harvest his fourth pronghorn.
The all-American pronghorn are the sole remaining members of an ancient family dating back to the Pleistocene period. They are their own scientific genus and are only found in North America. Here’s a salute to Antilocapra americana.
Although quotas for many areas were filled in the initial drawing, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department says many others still have licenses available.
This year’s winning bidder to hunt a mule deer buck on Antelope Island paid a whopping $390,000, and that was just for the right to score one set of antlers.