Antelope hunting is another trip that every hunter should do at least once. The best time to hunt pronghorns is when it’s hot and dry, which is the worst time to hunt deer. So, chasing speed goats won’t hamper your other priorities. Another benefit of antelope hunting is that you get to travel out West to do it. If you’re wanting to get away from the normal grind, the West is where you want to go. Small towns, laid-back atmosphere, and one-of-a-kind characters is what the West is all about. As a pronghorn hunting guide, I can vouch for this hunt. I’ve found September 10 to about September 30 to be the best time, with September 22nd being the peak. The rut is in full swing and if you get some high temps…you’re in for a show.
I built Classic Antelope Hunting to give pronghorn guides, outfitters, and lodges an inexpensive tool to reach hunters. The result is more destinations and cheaper antelope hunts for you. Please take a look at all the services on this site. Your success is their #1 goal.
How can Classic Antelope Hunting help you?
- Find Hunting Outfitters & Guides – Other websites charge $500 to $1000 just to get on their site. The result is them having only a few guide services for you to choose from. Classic Antelope charges outfitters very little (or nothing at all) which gives you hundreds of options to choose from.
- Educate Yourself – The Internet is a wealth of information but finding the best stuff out there can be tough. To make it easier, I will soon be making a resources page with articles, links to antelope-related websites, and other relevant information to help you become a more successful hunter.
- Promote Your Outfitting Business – Like I said above, getting listed on this site is very cheap or possibly free. Contact me today for more information.
So good luck researching and booking your next antelope trip and I hope you have a safe and successful hunt!