BILLINGS GAZETTE – Wyoming hunters killed 46,464 pronghorn in 2019 according to antelope harvest data from the 2019 hunting season.
Antelope hunters saw high success with a statewide average of 90.8%. Total success for a hunt area ranged from a low of 69.9% up to as high as 115.3%. Hunter success values over 100% can happen when a hunter can hold more than one license and are successful filling multiple licenses.
On average, hunters spent 3.6 days hunting before they harvested a pronghorn. Days per harvest for all hunters in a given hunt area ranged from 2.1 to seven days. [full article]