Pornghorn antelope are odd and interesting creatures, especially during the rut when they're constantly on the move, sometimes running a mile away in no time at all and then turning around and running right back to the same spot for no apparent reason. Bucks spend all day chasing does and other bucks while the does are contantly trying to slip away from belligerent bucks. After several attempts at stalking into ironsighted muzzleloader range of bucks with lots of does and lots of eyes, I glassed up this old, solo buck from almost a mile away. Two hours later, I relocated him in his bed. After a final stalk using terrain breaks, I was within 100 yards waiting for him to stand. Eventually he did.
The clock is ticking! ⏱⏱⏱
#Repost from our friends at @basinandbend:
Tick tock. Less than 30 days to Colorado Archery opener. Feeling good about the new arrow setup. Who else is doing final dialing?