Clay Hall from Summit Tree-stands
I have been fortunate enough to be able to travel to a ton of places all across North America and I can tell you that no one has worked harder to put me in front of trophy animals than Dan Ardrey. Not only does he have plenty of private ground that allows us to hunt pressured animals, but Dan always keeps your options open. Whether or not you prefer tree-stands, ground blinds, or spot and stalk, Dan will do what it takes to get you that chance of a lifetime. The food is great, the quality of deer is phenomenal, and the friendships made in camp are unmatched. I can’t wait to get back out that way.
I have to admit…I was jealous when I received the photos and the accompanying story last weekend from Press Pros reader, Brian Feinhold. I was jealous because he had invited me to go with him to Denver last week for the opening of the Colorado antelope season.
If you’ve never been on the Great Plains, well…there’s no describing it. Brian’s photo of a western sunrise says a lot more than mere words. And if you’re an Ohio deer hunter, and have never availed yourself to hunting the plains of Colorado and Wyoming, well, that’s something you should put on your “bucket” list, as Brian justified it to me.
And by the way, if you like to eat, and you’ve never had fresh antelope tenderloin…well, sorry about your luck. It’s worth every penny of the trouble it takes to get it. – Sonny Fulks, Editor
Pronghorn Antelope Hunting Articles
By Brian Fienhold.
Denver – There are few things in life that keep me up at night in anticipation of what tomorrow may behold. Opening day is one of them. If tomorrow is opening day and I will be afield, I’m worse than a five year old child the night before Christmas.
Well, as luck would have it, last Friday (October 1st) I found myself immersed in the eastern plains of Colorado near a little ranch town called Kiowa, and Saturday morning was opening day of antelope season…”goats”, as the locals call them. Read the whole story
Just a short note.
I have hunted in the entire west for Mule Deer from Arizona, to Canada; I have also hunted with Kiowa Creek for every year it has been in existence plus 2 years of hunting with you before that. I have found that you and your guides to be the best I have hunted with, all you guys live their year round and really know the county well. The quality of the deer in your area is phenomenal, you have a better then 50/50 chance at a buck of 185 or better, and a 200 incher is not impossible, I have never hunted in an area that has the kind of genetics that are there, and your ability to put a hunted in a shooting situation is the best I have been with.
October 20, 2010
2009 trophy Mule Deer Buck
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