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David Frank

Antelope!!

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Here is my first pronghorn in 5 years. The last one I took was with my bow, this one was with the rifle. My first attempt at scoring a big game animal resulted in a gross score of 75 1/8"

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Dave Frank

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That's a nice buck ! Where did you get it, Wyoming ?

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Nope, He was taken in Northwestern South Dakota.

Dave

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Very nice Antelope.That would be one for the wall.Its one head I dont have and one day I am going to get one.

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I was driving back from New Mexico last week and saw many "monsters" along interstate. Better ones in NM then many more in WY. Tom if you want to hunt some in WY let me know I can give you names and it will help a lot, season just started there.

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