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Panhandle ProngHorn Antelope #7647368 10/30/19 07:36 PM
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Taking deposits for the 2020 Antelope Season. We had a great year with 11 hunters going home with beautiful trophies! 100% success rate for last 10 years.We currently hunt 300K acres of some of the best antelope country available. Hunt cost is $2500.00 with a deposit of $500.00 to hold your spot. If interested pm me and I will give [Linked Image][Linked Image][Linked Image][Linked Image][Linked Image][Linked Image] you all the necessary information. Only limited space available so don't take too long to book. References available from current THF members.

Re: Panhandle ProngHorn Antelope [Re: kdanford] #7652797 11/05/19 04:33 PM
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Re: Panhandle ProngHorn Antelope [Re: kdanford] #7652838 11/05/19 05:21 PM
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what are the dates?


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Re: Panhandle ProngHorn Antelope [Re: kdanford] #7652937 11/05/19 06:44 PM
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300,000 acres is a massive spread of land. Are you leasing the whole county?

Re: Panhandle ProngHorn Antelope [Re: kdanford] #7653089 11/05/19 09:04 PM
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Is there lodging/meals included or available?

Re: Panhandle ProngHorn Antelope [Re: kdanford] #7653823 11/06/19 03:50 PM
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The $2500.00 hunt cost includes the antelope permit, guide, and we provide lunch in the field. We recommend a hotel you can stay at that provides complimentary breakfast and supper is on your own. the season dates are set each year by the state and I figure the dates for 2020 will be Sept.26-Oct. 4. It is a possibility they move the dates to Oct.3-Oct. 11. As soon as we know we let our hunters know. There is plenty of time to be notified. As far as the amount of land we hunt, each rancher or his designated agent is required to fill out forms and request Antelope permits. Based on Biologist surveys, landowners receive permits for the herd unit they are located in. Some landowners may receive one permit or multiple permits or they may be denied. We have no control over that. We have developed relationships to hunt various ranches that have historically received at least one permit. We purchase the permits and have exclusive use of their ranches during antelope season. Ranchers have learned there is value in receiving the permits and as my cost continues to rise I have to charge more. I have been at $2100 for the last 4 years but cannot continue at that price. Many of our ranches may be 30K to 50K in size. We have had 100% success rate for over 10 years, we offer the best price available for a quality antelope hunt in the Texas Panhandle and you don't have to worry about paying for an out of state license. Plenty of References available. PM to discuss further if interested and lock in particular dates.

Re: Panhandle ProngHorn Antelope [Re: kdanford] #7654987 11/07/19 04:38 PM
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Can you PM me details of where the hotel is located? I might be traveling with dogs and need to discuss pet policy with the hotel. Thanks in advance..

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