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    How long will the antelope stay grouped up after this big storm? hunting Wyoming 68

    I am going to be arriving Sunday and hunting M-F 10/7-10/11. I have read that they start grouping up after a big storm.
    Will they stay grouped up or do they disperse as the weather improves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the breeze View Post
    I am going to be arriving Sunday and hunting M-F 10/7-10/11. I have read that they start grouping up after a big storm.
    Will they stay grouped up or do they disperse as the weather improves?
    The rut is still going on and the weather aims to warm up, so there is still some variability. In my experience, by the end of the month they'll be grouped up for good. There may be areas were a lot of antelope are concentrated, but the bucks will still be separating herds.

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    Thanks for the info. The reason I asked is on the Eastman videos they show Antelope that are grouped up big time after a storm and they recommend the later part of the season in Wyoming for this reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiMtnHnter View Post
    The rut is still going on and the weather aims to warm up, so there is still some variability. In my experience, by the end of the month they'll be grouped up for good. There may be areas were a lot of antelope are concentrated, but the bucks will still be separating herds.
    For this time of year with the rut in full swing I 100% agree with HMHunter. My hunt in Northwest Colorado starts tomorrow. I will update this post with what I see tomorrow! (If I remember) LOL!

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    Did notice some groups moving to their annual wintering holes but plenty of action and warm up coming.

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    Still in small groups!!

 

 

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