These hunts are extremely limited hunts with only 6 hunters all season on a total of 45,000 acres but the landowner puts you on different sections so that he can rotate the hunting pressure and provide everyone with great hunts on great antelope.
The outfitter does not mind losing a few antelope every year, but he wants to manage the ranch so that he continues to keep the high quality antelope he has had for years.
The Hunt being smack dab in the middle of Colorado eastern plains south of Interstate 70, back in where the antelope are King.
The rifle season begins in the first part of October, as weather cool and the antelope rut ends. The bucks are back with their heads on straight so there may be some longer range shooting of 200-400 yards unless you know how to sneak like an Indian. These bucks have learned to avoid bullets, not that they can dodge them but the years of experience they have had makes their eyes extremely sharp at catching the shine of a rifle with a long scope at long distance.
Some of Colorado’s largest antelope come from the eastern plains where landowners manage the antelope for quality and it shows.
The ranch has an area for skinning your antelope but remove the skin and such and put in a less obvious area to decompose. The entrails can be left in a gully by where you shoot the antelope, we just like to make as little impact as possible.
Eastern Colorado, East of Denver. Unit GMU114.
Guided and semi-guided antelope.
Species & Recommended Seasons:
Antelope only. Archery August/September, Muzzleloader end of September, Rifle first part of October.
Antelope archery is over the counter license.
Archery muzzleloader and rifle are a draw license and can take 1 preference point.
Vouchers for antelope at $100 plus license cost with hunt or $1000 without.
With 45,000 acres (70 square miles) the rolling flats are dotted with water tanks and ponds, so the antelope are pleased to stay in the area because of the consistent water source provided by the water required by lightly grazing cattle. Plan on wind because shortly after the sun comes up it begins slowly, then increases to mid-day and afternoon, to diminish by sundown. The trees show the effects of the south winds, as the hang over to the north, like if it every stopped, they would fall over.
One or more hunters per group. 6 max during the season.
Mode of Travel:
Vehicle, glass, spot and stalk or sit in ground blinds over water.
Typical 12 to 16” bucks.
100% opportunity and near 100% harvest.
Low impact meaning easier hiking than most hunts.
Guided antelope 2 days rifle or 4 days archery $2095
Semi-guided antelope 3 days rifle or 5 days archery $1795
Vouchers if needed for extra cost.
Access to 45,000 acres.
Guiding or if semi-guided the owner will show you were to look for antelope.
Location on the ranch to gut/skin antelope.
What’s Not Included:
Hunting Licenses (a voucher is not a license)
Transportation to Colorado
Lodging/meals available about 20 minutes away.
Use the Outfitter Request Form to check on availability, ask questions or book it. Or call us using the phone number at the top of this page.
Disclaimer: All prices are per person unless otherwise noted. No additional fees for booking, the price is the price except for NM adds sales tax. Unless otherwise noted price is per person, no licenses/tags included, game processing and taxidermy costs extra. There is no guarantee in hunting. Availability and prices subject to change by the outfitter or landowner and they have the last word. If there is a discrepancy between our posted price and what they say it is then we do our best to negotiate for you but offer no guarantee. We do our best to audit them making sure what they say they offer they actually do by visiting them or going on hunts we pay for. No refunds for early tag out. No guarantee on filling hunting licenses.