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  • Jun 30, 2017 :  Hunting, ProStaff

    The Antelope with the Heart-Shaped Horns

    Only two years ago, I took my first archery buck. We were hunting a walk-in area that’s private land but is open to the public to hunt. This was a tiny piece of land between a highway and some railroad tracks that most hunters wouldn’t even try to hunt. So that spot always had highway noise and often train noise.
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  • Jun 29, 2017 :  How To, Waterfowl, Conservation

    Planting Waterfowl Seed Mix

    BioLogics Guide’s Choice is possibly the most advanced waterfowl planting ever. This proven waterfowl seed mix includes Japanese Millet and Sorghum. With a little know-how you can be on your way to a more successful duck hunting experience. Read More
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  • Jun 29, 2017 :  ProStaff, Hunting

    Rena Parsons’ First Archery Antelope

    Chad was with me in a blind, and we had set up over a waterhole on public land that was a Hunter Management Area (HMA). There were three waterholes on this property. But from our scouting, we had learned that most hunters set up on the first two waterholes because they were the closest. The third water hole was farther back and required more walking. So we went to that one because nobody ever hunted this waterhole. We also learned that there was always a good herd of antelope coming to the waterhole.
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  • Jun 28, 2017 :  ProStaff, Hunting

    Rena Parsons Loves Hunting Antelope

    I'm often asked why I love antelope hunting so much. I guess it’s because when we go antelope hunting, we see a lot of game. Antelope hunting isn’t like hunting elk or deer. To hunt deer or elk, you may have to do a lot of hiking and scouting before you see a critter. When we go out antelope hunting, we just drive out on the prairie. When we spot a herd of antelope, we drive closer to the antelope to see if a buck is in the herd that we may want to take. Read More
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  • Jun 28, 2017 :  Hunting, ProStaff

    Rena Parsons Is Bitten by the Antelope Bug

    I've been hunting antelope for 10 years, and I've taken a buck every season. But I never will forget my first hunt that took place in 2007. We had moved from South Carolina to Wyoming. The first year we were here Chad put in for a non-resident tag, and I went with him on this hunt. By 2008, we had established our residency in Wyoming, so Chad and I could get resident tags.
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