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Antelope everywhere #7951226 08/26/20 11:09 PM
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On the way to Angel Fire, NM, and passed through Mosquero, Roy, and on to the way to Wagon Mound and on to our destination, there were antelope everywhere. I had no idea there were so many.

We were taking the alternate route to Angel Fire, which we had never tried. And, we found that the last 15 or so miles were unpacked gravel, which held me to 25 mph. Not taking that route again, but I liked Mosquero. And crossing the Canadian River chasm or canyon or whatever it is was spectacular.


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Re: Antelope everywhere [Re: 603Country] #7951231 08/26/20 11:13 PM
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'Always liked Roy. 'Something about that high plateau.


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Re: Antelope everywhere [Re: 603Country] #7951232 08/26/20 11:13 PM
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I killed this one last year about 3 miles from Wagon Mound.
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Re: Antelope everywhere [Re: Stompy] #7951350 08/27/20 12:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Stompy
I killed this one last year about 3 miles from Wagon Mound.
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Super nice and pretty!

Re: Antelope everywhere [Re: 603Country] #7951428 08/27/20 01:47 AM
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Could have used some pictures here. I love going the back roads.

Re: Antelope everywhere [Re: 603Country] #7951445 08/27/20 01:56 AM
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Only good goat is a dead goat.

Everybody needs at least one or two or three on your wall, ........or bumper.


Stompy congrats again, for a pasture maggot, that’s fine specimen


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Re: Antelope everywhere [Re: Stompy] #7951551 08/27/20 03:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Stompy
I killed this one last year about 3 miles from Wagon Mound.
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great heart shaped buck!!

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nice Stompy

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Originally Posted by 603Country
On the way to Angel Fire, NM, and passed through Mosquero, Roy, and on to the way to Wagon Mound and on to our destination, there were antelope everywhere. I had no idea there were so many.

We were taking the alternate route to Angel Fire, which we had never tried. And, we found that the last 15 or so miles were unpacked gravel, which held me to 25 mph. Not taking that route again, but I liked Mosquero. And crossing the Canadian River chasm or canyon or whatever it is was spectacular.



We saw a ton of them as well on our way home from Red River. Basically saw them all the way from just south of Cimarron to Logan and then on down to Clovis. We saw at least 15 great bucks and probably 200+ total animals.


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