Every year, around June, I have the itching to catch, knowing that in most countries, their deadline for the declaration of rights will be shortly. Wyoming is no doubt the best antelope hunt in the United States. If you want, you can buy or apply for more permissions. It depends on what you want, meat or trophy.
If you want meat, you can get between 2 and 5 permits for doel antilopa. If you want fine shopping, you need to explore and find out where the trophies come from. (I would suggest a Red Desert in the northwest of Wamsutter Wyoming north of I-80 or southwest of Wamsutter south of I80. Some huge bucks in both Green River Areas If my memory is correct, it's a homework to decide what you want.
Call the Wyoming Department of Game and Fish in Cheyenne. They're really great to help you. Ask for license applications, which include folders.
Ask if there are permits for issuing a money or a permit. Ask for these apps. Once you've got them, decide where you want to hunt. Most of the country is inaccessible! But there is a significant part that is a state or a federal state that you can hunt. It's all per unit, and there's another unit mark for every great game type. The same deer unit will have a different number of units for Antelope. Some areas YOU MUST have a guide.
I decided to hunt doe anelope for a year near Gillette, in the northern eastern corner of Wyoming, it's actually not close or close. The group that my friend Gordon did, my old friend Tom (now banned) and me. We hunted down the unit 22, just a few miles southwest of Gillette. We could only find a few square kilometers of land in which we could hunt. They were all bound by guides and landowners. It's really hard to get any kind of hunting license.
We had to settle for 1 mile. He came in daylight, and naked, everywhere was an antelope. There were many hunters around us. That's what they call school land. State land that you can hunt. Each of us had 2-3 permits, and Antelope for 3-4 miles would arrive over 1 mile of land all day. We filled everything, but I think it's one mark. All Doi.
We went to Gillette and bought the sacks of ice to stay in the hollow cavity of all the games, and from the evening we decided to go ahead and drive home, saving us all the costs of the motel and allowing us to cool our game ASAP. Evening this year in Wyoming become really nice and cool. It was about 5 hours drive back to Longmont Colorado where we all lived.
The reason we go to Wyoming is that it has become so political that it is hunting the Antholposes in Colorado for residents. You may need years to get a property tag that you can only hunt. If you have a hunting show, you'll almost certainly get a license. Colorado is not as close to their hunters as Wyoming. Maybe, unless you're out of the country. Hahaha.