Volume 24, Number 5 Aug/Sept 2016


Shooters who go long need specialized gear and advice Last October found me in a tent camp nestled among the rolling hills of Wyoming’s Powder River Basin. The objective? Pronghorn antelope, the fastest mammal in North America. The critter also has unusually large eyes set far back on its head. The design gives the animal a very wide field of view, a useful defense mechanism in the open sagebrush flats that it favors. This hunt was part of a continuing quest designed to keep me out of treestands. The rancher, on whose land I was hunting, agreed to serve as… [Read More]