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ISO trophy Prong horn hunt #9046448 05/13/24 01:17 AM
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Hi there I am trying to get advice on outfitters others have used or to talk directly with some that can offer a quality prong horn hunting experience. Thank you all and this would likely be for two people.

Re: ISO trophy Prong horn hunt [Re: patrick123] #9046461 05/13/24 01:46 AM
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what state are you looking at hunting in and what is your ballpark budget?

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Very curious to what you end up finding. Please share the info and recap of your hunt please. I am sure there will be others excited to see your trophy too.

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my budget is flexible and ideally I would like to do it in texas. but open to Idaho or Wyoming (though, again, preference is texas)

Re: ISO trophy Prong horn hunt [Re: patrick123] #9046772 05/13/24 08:34 PM
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I've hunted with JeremyKS on here, it was in New Mexico though. They hunt some property in TX. Quality outfitter that's been at it a while. Just PM him and see what he says.


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I wholeheartedly endorse JeremyKS. He's got land near Dalhart as well as NM. Always puts people on great goats!
Shot my first one with him and shot a Kansas muley with him as well. Great guy.

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Originally Posted by Creekrunner
I've hunted with JeremyKS on here, it was in New Mexico though. They hunt some property in TX. Quality outfitter that's been at it a while. Just PM him and see what he says.

Originally Posted by bonehunts
I wholeheartedly endorse JeremyKS. He's got land near Dalhart as well as NM. Always puts people on great goats!
Shot my first one with him and shot a Kansas muley with him as well. Great guy.

100% AGREE up


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Re: ISO trophy Prong horn hunt [Re: patrick123] #9047190 05/14/24 06:31 PM
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Are you looking for a true trophy or a quality animal?
Pronghorn Guide Service gets the biggest every year but are pricey.

I would certainly inquire with the guy mentioned above, NM holds some nice bucks and might be the easiest state to get a tag in, besides Texas.
Texas no doubt holds some nice bucks but the biggest will be from one of the Western states with a sizeable pronghorn population.
I hunted the panhandle one year and had a blast, great folks and some nice bucks were seen but no sizeable trophies.

Wyoming would take some PPs I think unless on the Eastern side and in the special draw.

You might find a hunt on a Ranching for Wildlife property in Colorado, I hunted the Deakins one year and took a decent buck. They will be guided hunts I believe for NRs, and no draw for tags.

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