Lets see your 2011 Pronghorns

justin davis

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Lets see some pictures of your 2011 Pronghorns or any Pronghorn for that matter and a little bit of info about how it went down.

Ill start. Evening hunt over a waterhole. Took this guy at 11 yards. He dropped on the shot and stumbled 3 yards before going down for good.

 
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dotman

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I haven't been speed goat hunting for wow 13 years, wish i had a pic, thinking about getting a ks tag this year and giving it a few days. Due to limited hunting days my focus has been deer and elk.
 
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Dotman yea you should get a tag! They are a blast to hunt. I think they are very beautiful and my favorite steak!! I hear you on not much time to hunt. I had one day to hunt this year because of a busy fire season. Fortunate to get a crack at this guy during that one day (evening) hunt.
 

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Think i may just try for a long weekend and see what happens. Never have taken one with a bow but the biggest i did take was at around 60 yards when i was 15 with a bang stick.
 

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Here is my first Prairie Carp as the local Gillette crowd kept calling them. It was taken in 2010 on a trip up there with my boss. We each tagged bucks within 3 minutes. Mine was shot at 26 yards and dropped less than 80 yards from the blind and his was shot at 32 and went 3 FEET




The next afternoon I followed him up with this doe.

 
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I am unfamiliar with Picasa, but if it is like photobucket you just copy the image link and paste it on a thread. Thats was I do
 

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Here's my 1st ever...Shot him in north west Nebraska, spot n' stalk...He had a doe cornered in the turn of a fence and he was more worried about her than me so I snuck in there and put an arrow in him. He's not huge but for that area he's a pretty solid goat, I saw probably 3 others through the week that were bigger than him.

 

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nice everyone!!! one of these days ill get out to hunt them. now that the yakima indian tribe and sci teamed up to release them here mabey will have a huntable population before i die lol (not if wdfg has anything to do with it)
 
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