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Old May 14, 2012, 10:07 PM   #18
oneounceload
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Antelope are curious critters - what we found to work well was a large piece of white cloth while hiding behind a clump of sage - waving it over your head will tend to bring them VERY close unless the wind changes

wrong things to do?? shoot it on the run or shortly after it has run - the meat will taste like the cow patty in the pasture- -better to glass and shoot it while slowly grazing or laying down

Cooking with teriyaki or similar always worked nicely, especially in a fondue. Shredding it and making tacos also worked well

Most antelope hunts are done in typically warm weather - at least in NV - so getting everything cooled down QUICKLY is paramount

have fun
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