What are the common mistakes Antelope hunters make?
When it comes to hunting Pronghorn, what are the most common mistakes you see hunters make?
Unfamiliarity with the species and/or area?
Shooting bucks when they claim to be after meat?
Lack of practice with the weapon?
Ancillary equipment choices? (Binoculars, range finders, clothing, boots, etc.)
Judging shot distances?
Trying to "age" the carcass?
Choice of meat cuts? (Turning it all into jerky, etc.)
Cooking it all wrong...?
"Such is the strange way that man works -- first he virtually destroys a species and then does everything in his power to restore it."