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    Thank you for all the tips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COLORADO View Post
    This year will be my first year hunting antelope with a bow and want to know what has worked with you guys.
    Congrats!!! What unit? OTC or draw unit? I applied for unit 18, but got a point. Which was expected considering there's only 9 tags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoHiCntry View Post
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    Spot and stalk is alot of fun if the conditions allow... I took this one last year with my bow. Lots of fun! Good luck!
    Wow!!! That's a great buck!!! Was this on a draw unit or OTC? Hope to arrow one in the near future.

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    Hope you get a big one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 808phreak View Post
    Wow!!! That's a great buck!!! Was this on a draw unit or OTC? Hope to arrow one in the near future.
    It was a draw unit but drawn as a second choice.

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    I've used blinds on water and spot n stalk. I've had success with both. I prefer rifle spot n stalk
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    unit 13. It was on a draw it was my third choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COLORADO View Post
    unit 13. It was on a draw it was my third choice.
    If conditions are good and dry and you've scouted a waterhole antelope are using, it's as near a done deal as you can get. I hunt antelope with a rifle and bow all the way through Aug-Oct, and each time period has it's own special qualities. In my opinion there's nothing like watching a buck come in to get a drink, unaware, and sticking him at close range.

    Spot and stalk is possible but more difficult (which can be great), and another tactic is sitting a fence crossing. If you can find agricultural river bottom then I would hang around the hay meadows!

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    OK thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    Tried the be the decoy. Unless its rut time (which is during rifle season in NV) they could care less. Just my experience.
    My Mom used it last year and it made them really curious and got them to come in. She had a few chances to take a shot but didn't.

 

 

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