Pronghorn Freaks

Non-typicals don’t just happen in the woods, but occur on the prairies, too.

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Just in time for Halloween, some very freaky antelope photos are rolling in. One of them is my Wyoming pronghorn. Stress on the prong.
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This freaky antelope was reportedly shot near Last Chance, Colorado by hunter Van Franke.
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Equal parts trick and treat.
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This one is my Wyoming pronghorn. Stress on the prong. I hunted hours for this split-horned buck, as temperatures plummeted from the mid 50s to the low 20s. I missed a shot north of 200 yards after I sat square in a patch of very prickly pear cactus, then finally anchored him at under 50 yards after a wind-blown stalk. Have a great Halloween, and don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour before you turn in Saturday night.

Non-typicals don’t just happen in the woods, but occur on the prairies, too.