Our Antelope hunts take place on the high plains of Nevada, they take place on both public and private lands. Nevada is 87% public lands, so access to big game animals is never a problem. Our antelope tags can be acquired through the draw system, with the general draw being held in April. We also offer landowner tags for antelope which guarantees you a tag, but be aware that these tags go fast so your best bet is to contact us early in the year. We have had a 100% success rate on our antelope hunts.
When antelope hunting in Nevada be prepared for warm weather. Daytime temperatures are usually around 80-90°, but temperatures drop dramatically when the sun goes down. Because of this, we encourage our hunters to dress in layers. We primarily hunt by spot and stalk methods during the rifle season. In the archery season we often set up a blind on a water hole with a combination of spot and stalk methods.
Due to our mountain and basin terrain and open land, hunters should be comfortable making shots up to 300 yards. Antelope hunts are on a 2/1 hunter/guide ratio unless special arrangements are made in advance.
Nevada Pronghorn Antelope Hunting Dates
Archery hunts – Early August
Rifle Hunts – Late August
Specific season dates can be found at www.ndow.org
$2500 – 4 day hunt
Hunt prices do not include tag and license fees.
For more information on our Nevada Antelope Hunts, call us (775) 635-5609, or send us an email.