Alberta Canada Antelope Hunting Guides & Outfitters There are 1 hunting outfitters in our directory offering antelope hunts in Alberta.
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Antelope Hunting in Alberta Canada Hunting pronghorn antelope is restricted to adjacent southern corners of Alberta and Saskatchewan consisting of some 40,000 square miles of pronghorn habitat. The Alberta prairie is the northern limit of pronghorn range. 82 is the Boone and Crockett minimum, and records show that more antelope are making the book now then in the past.
The pronghorn is the fastest North American mammal. It is capable of speeds estimated at 80-95 km/h in short bursts. Pronghorns travel in small herds, and signal each other by raising the white hair on their rumps which flashes in the sunlight for long distances on the prairie. They can see long distances and have very keen eyesight.
Antelope hunting has always been by spot and stalk. The trick to hunting antelope is remembering how good an antelope's eyes are! Hunting pronghorns with binoculars and then stalking them works well since you can spot them before they spot you. The best time of year to hunt them is during the breeding season because they will be too caught up in their mating displays to notice predators.
On an average day a hunter may see over 100 antelope. Most of those will be in herds from half a dozen to twenty or more and at least half a dozen bucks will score 70 Boone & Crockett or better! A person who takes his time looking over the bucks (and can shoot straight) should go home with an antelope on the good side of 15 inches.
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