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J. Holden
I’m curious if anyone has some experience with an outfitter for pronghorn who is understanding of the limitations/needs for trad bow hunters. Thanks!

Jeremy
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Bisch
I hunted at Werner Ranch in Wyoming this past season. They have big blinds that will accommodate most any stick bow, and try to keep shot distances shorter. I would look into them if Wyoming is on your radar to hunt pronghorns!!!!

Bisch
Senior Member - Traditional Archery Society
Life Member - Traditional Bowhunters of Texas
Life Member - Lone Star Bowhunters Association

Primal Tech longbow 50#@29”
Primal Tech recurve 50#@29”
Sarrels Blueridge longbow 50#@29”
Sarrels Bobcatt TD recurve 50#@29.5"
Rob Green selfbow 47#@29”
Lonnie Dye composite 48#@29”

I hail from about 4hrs southwest of Tim King! [biggrin]
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J. Holden
Exactly what I’m looking for. Thanks Bisch!
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Jack Skinner
Bisch never heard how it went.
Jack Skinner

Self Bows, OE's; Heritage, Vixen, Misty Dawn, Heritage II x 2 "The Twins", North Star x 2 Crown Jewel and Cousin It, 7 Lakes SF Carolina Night, Miller Sage, Ramer, Schulz Grandpa, Sunset Hill, Shelton

Cheyenne WY
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timking
Jack Skinner wrote:
Bisch never heard how it went.


Does Bisch go anywhere that critters don’t die?
He has been banned from the Austin zoo ....all he does is walk in the front gate and animals start collapsing!

Dallas, Texas
62" #55 Fox High Sierra 
62" #58 Black Widow MA
64" #56 A&H ACS 
Widowmaker 350 Carbon shafts
200 gr. Iron Will 4 blade



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Bisch
Jack Skinner wrote:
Bisch never heard how it went.
.

That’s because I didn’t end up killing it with my longbow. It rained like 2” the first night, and after sitting in a blind over 40hrs in a 3 day span, I took my buck with a compound.

Bisch
Senior Member - Traditional Archery Society
Life Member - Traditional Bowhunters of Texas
Life Member - Lone Star Bowhunters Association

Primal Tech longbow 50#@29”
Primal Tech recurve 50#@29”
Sarrels Blueridge longbow 50#@29”
Sarrels Bobcatt TD recurve 50#@29.5"
Rob Green selfbow 47#@29”
Lonnie Dye composite 48#@29”

I hail from about 4hrs southwest of Tim King! [biggrin]
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silverarrow
Bisch, way to get the job done!
TAS, TBOT member, Buffalo Archery Club, Cypress, Tx.
Dryad/ACS Orion 53#
Great Northern Fireball JK 54#
Northern Mist American TD 51#
Howard Hill, The Big Five (Tim Meigs) 57#
Sovereign Sonoran 58#
Browning Wasp 52#
Ryan Gill Osage Hunter (self bow) 52#
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Jack Skinner
I feel for you, had years it was too wet, goats just drank out of mud holes anywhere they wanted. Last season it was the wind blew 30+ every day. Lopes are never a gimme even blind on water hole.

You are better than me though when Longbow doesn't work out, I use a 308
Jack Skinner

Self Bows, OE's; Heritage, Vixen, Misty Dawn, Heritage II x 2 "The Twins", North Star x 2 Crown Jewel and Cousin It, 7 Lakes SF Carolina Night, Miller Sage, Ramer, Schulz Grandpa, Sunset Hill, Shelton

Cheyenne WY
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tradlongbow
timking wrote:


Does Bisch go anywhere that critters don’t die?
He has been banned from the Austin zoo ....all he does is walk in the front gate and animals start collapsing!


This is the funniest thing I heard all day
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

TRADITIONAL BOWHUNTER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 
Farmland Conservation Club, Winchester, Indiana 

PUBLIC LAND HUNTER
John Schulz Straight Shooting and Bowhunting Graduate
Email: traditionalarcherysociety@yahoo.com

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Bob Barnes
you can also ask mike Yancey at Pine Hollow.  He has hunted them out west for many years now using his selfbows.
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