2019 New Mexico Pronghorn Hunt Recap
Today, I’m joined by my friend Tyler Ball in this episode as we recap his first venture into the hunting world: a 2019 New Mexico pronghorn hunt. Tyler is a brand new hunter and we’ll talk about why he decided to start hunting in the first place, how he prepared for this hunt, how the hunt went, a couple of things we plan on doing differently in the future, and why you should consider an antelope hunt out west.
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What We Covered
1) Why Tyler decided to start hunting
2) The things we did to prepare for this hunt
3) What happened on our New Mexico pronghorn hunt
4) A few lessons learned we plan on applying to future hunts
5) Why you should consider an antelope hunt
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