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Old May 8, 2012, 03:41 PM   #2
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Don't bother 'aging' the carcass . Dress it out immediately as you should with any game . The off flavor is largly due to large amounts of sage brush in the typical diet. I had some caught in a wheat field - it was delicious !!

Does anyone have a "true " measure of the speed of these animals ? I had one experience where we were driving at 55 mph and a pronghorn joined us , pacing us for a mile or two. He gave no sign of effort and when bored with game he accelerated and left us in the dust !! He must have gone 70 mph ! I've seen many numbers of their speed but no one seems to actually measured it like we did. Do any of you have a real measured max speed ??
And Watson , bring your revolver !
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