A Nevada pronghorn hunt is the focus of a series from Randy Newberg. This is part one.
From Randy Newberg:
“Randy Newberg continues the beginning of his hunting season by switching from chasing mule deer with a bow to chasing pronghorn with a rifle. He didn’t know if he would be hunting pronghorn this year, but was able to pick up a landowner permit and will be hunting the public lands of that area.
He shows up one day early to scout the unit and learn the area. His plan is to glass three main springs in the morning before the mirage makes it hard to see. Randy sees plenty of antelope and a buck that he wants to go after.
The following morning they start making their way in from the road while it’s still dark, they end up bumping the buck before legal shooting light. Randy hopes they’ll be able to get back on him and get a chance to fill his tag on a public land Nevada pronghorn.”
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