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As The Crow Flies

pronghorn bucks

There are not many places in the world where you can hunt on a piece of hallowed ground. The Little Bighorn Battlefield in Montana is one of them. Continue reading As The Crow Flies


High Plains Slam

The high plains of our beautiful country truly have become a second home to me–a home where, like in the song, I have been blessed to have taken not only buffalo, but deer and antelope too! As we know,High-Plains-slam-sunset-on-the-plainsthe proper terms are bison, mule deer, and pronghorn, but since the song resonates so well with so many folks, I’ll stick with buffalo and antelope, as used by Brewster Higley in his famous song. Continue reading High Plains Slam

SCI Top Ten Pronghorn

A truly North American native species, the pronghorn is the sole survivor of a prehistoric group of ungulates that populated North America as long a 2 million years ago. The pronghorn was here before other game animals and humans crossed the Bering land bridge. The pronghorn is fast, able to achieve speeds of up to 60mph and able to maintain speeds of 40 to 50 mph for several miles. While it doesn’t take cover, it is constantly on the alert and stealth and patience is vital to get within shooting range especially when hunting with muzzleloaders or bow.

Here are the current Top Ten Pronghorn from the SCI Record Book.