Wyoming Antelope Hunting

Archery and Rifle Antelope Hunts


Wyoming Game & Fish License Application Deadline Antelope | May 31

Wyoming is the top pronghorn antelope producing state in the nation and issues approximately 70,000 total Pronghorn Antelope licenses each fall. (Some say that Wyoming has more pronghorn than people!)

Archery Antelope Hunts

Area 88 & 89 – Early-Season

Requires Preference Points, Conservation Stamp

& Archery Permit

Season Dates: Aug. 15 – Oct. 31

Lodge Hunt

3-day | 2-on-1

Rifle Antelope Hunts

Area 88 & 89 – Early-Season

Requires Preference Points & Conservation Stamp

Season Dates: Sept. 10 – Oct. 31

Lodge Hunt

3-day | 2-on-1

One-on-One Guide Service

This exclusive service is offered at a flat rate.

Antelope Hunt Details

A Day In Camp

Your antelope hunt begins at 4 am when we meet in the dining tent for a hearty breakfast, pack your lunch and discuss the plans for the day. After breakfast, still, well before daylight, you and your guide leave camp for a full day of hunting. Once you reach your destination, we spend most of the day glassing and locating bucks with binoculars and/or a spotting scope. Our time and efforts are focused on areas where we have historically found and recently located mature bucks in our scouting efforts. Once we spot your trophy game, we plan our stalk carefully and hike to a vantage point to where you can make your shot.

Our Hunting Camp Locations

Lodge Hunt

Our Lodge hunts lie within the boundaries of areas 88 and 89, which allow us easy access and the ability to hunt quite a few of the best-limited quota areas in Wyoming for antelope. These areas routinely produce bucks ranging from 13” to well over 16” gross.

The hunts take place in Western Wyoming’s foothills and high plains, with elevations ranging from 4,500 feet up to 7,000 feet and more than 7,500 feet in some cases. You will be hunting antelope in the high sagebrush plains, around riparian areas and cedar breaks.



The Wyoming Game & Fish Department manages regulations and licensing for all hunting and fishing in the state, and you must be eligible to purchase a valid license and any additional permits or stamps before booking your trip with us. We recommend allowing Best Of the West Outfitters to process your license applications, preference points etc., or you can manage your own application online.

Please review our Licensing Overview page for more information on WG&FD deadlines and fees.


Cost / Deposit

Contact us for our current price list, dates and contract.

If you draw a license, a non-refundable deposit of 50% of the quoted trip price will reserve your dates for the year. The balance is due 60 days prior to your hunt dates, or you may pay with cash the day before your hunt begins.

Your quoted trip price does not include costs for:


What to Bring

Please review our What to Bring page for a complete list of required and suggested gear. For products we use, trust and recommend, view our Links page.
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    Hunt Gear: Hunting license and relevant certification stamps, day back-pack, headlamps, scent eliminator, knives and sharpeners, game bags, range finder, rifle, scope, covers and two boxes ammunition, etc.
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    Clothing: synthetic, wool and/or waterproof outerwear, broken-in hiking boots and gaiter, stocking cap, socks, camp shoes, etc.
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    Personal Gear: Water bottle with filter, prescription medications, lip balm and sunscreen, toiletries, etc.


Other Hunts

A man and woman hold the antlers of a buck mule deer on a wyoming mule deer hunt trip

The Wyoming Range has long been known for excellent deer habitat and herd genetics. The key to a successful mule deer hunt is excellent pre-season scouting by professional guides at Best of the West.


Bighorn sheep are a jewel in any hunters crown. Our bighorn sheep hunts take place in Western Wyoming’s high country, with elevations up to 7,000 feet and over 10,000 feet in many cases.


Best of the West hunt dates for moose run September 15th to October 31st, and the most successful hunting dates are always during the rut.