Hunter: Doak Worley
September, 2010
Trip Taken:
Nebraska Pronghorn Antelope Hunt

You have got to do this antelope hunt.

Got mine about noon yesterday. We both got Pope and Young bucks. Today we are sitting in ground blinds looking for a big whitetail. This is one neat setup and the outfitter is a really great guy. They’re a class act.

In Nebraska you must be a resident to rifle hunt for antelope, but bowhunting is available for anyone.

Located in Northwestern Nebraska, this 16,200 acre ranch is just north of the Pine Ridge Hills. The ranch has four major creeks running through it, and all game is free range. All hunts are semi guided hunts unless specified. Hunts will be conducted from ground blinds placed at waterholes and any animal wounded and not told about, will result in the end of your hunt. The hunting season is from late August through December depending on availability. The hunt includes breakfasts, lunches, access and transportation to and from the ranch. Hunters are responsible for their evening meals and lodging.

If you are interested in bow hunting for antelope next season in Nebraska, let us know.

  • How was your overall experience? Amazing
  • How was the outfitter’s communication before, during and after the trip? Good
  • How was your guide? Great
  • How difficult was the trip physically? Easy
  • How was the food? Good
  • How were the accommodations? Good
  • Would you book another trip with OUTDOORS INTERNATIONAL in the future? Yes
  • Can we use your stories and/or photos on our website? Yes
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2 thoughts on “Nebraska Archery Antelope Hunt Report by Doak Worley

  1. The Average Joe Fisherman says:

    I like your blog. Found it through OBN today. I will follow along.

    The Average Joe Fisherman

    • Outdoors International says:

      Thank you. I’m glad you like it. I’ll be sure to check your site out as well.

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