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    Spot and Stalking archery

    My fiance are new to the Eastman's website but have been getting the magazine for a few years now.We are looking to head to wyoming for a one on one antelope hunt with our bows. This will be our first hunt out west, we are trying to
    research all the possible tactics, gear, and areas. I really want to use calls a decoying, any tips or stories anyone can
    offer would be greatly appreciated!!

    Thanks!!!

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    I've lived in Wyoming all but the 1st 6 months of my life and have killed a few antelope. Not to be a homer, but Mike Eastman wrote a book on hunting trophy antelope that contains as much knowledge as anyone on this forum could give I would bet.
    See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world, rather than according to Christ. ~Colossians 2:8~

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    I second that!!!

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    Watch the last Eastman's episode With Ryan and Guy, they really show how using the terrain can help big time when hunting antelope spot and stalk.
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    That was a good episode! I agree about Mike's book....it's a good one.

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    Also, check out the thread we had going a while back in the bowhunting section titled "Blind vrs. spot and stalk".......alot of good info there.

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    Thanks for the info.. Well have to get the book.

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    Definitely read the book..
    If you have any question on areas or anything let me know!
    The best advice I can give is to have a lot of patience. They are very tricky to bowhunt!

 

 

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