Wyoming Hunt Planner

Welcome to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Hunt Planner. In the sections that follow, you will find interactive maps, species-specific hunt information, drawing odds, harvest information, public access and much more.

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If you want to hunt antelope, you’ve come to the right place. Wyoming has more antelope than the rest of the continent, and harvest success commonly exceeds 85 percent. Pronghorn, called antelope here, are found only in western North America.

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About Antelope Hunting in Wyoming

Limited Quota

All Wyoming antelope hunt areas are managed under a limited quota framework, meaning there are a set number of licenses valid for each specific hunt area. All hunt areas have full-price "any" antelope licenses (Type 0, 1, 2 or 9). Most hunt areas also provide reduced-price limited quota "doe/fawn" licenses (Type 6, 7 or 8), which can be obtained separately or in addition to a full-price license.


After the license draw has been held, hunters can purchase a second "any antelope" license in specific hunt areas, if still available. "Any antelope" licenses still available after the draw are typically found in areas that are predominately private land, so hunters are encouraged to line up access before buying the license. Hunters may purchase up to four doe/fawn antelope licenses, only two of which can be obtained through the draw.


Wyoming's most sought after antelope hunting is primarily found in south-central, central and southwest Wyoming. Most hunt areas in these parts of Wyoming have ample public access on lands managed by the BLM. Public land hunt areas are typically hard to draw. Antelope are also abundant in northeast and east-central Wyoming, although finding access can be difficult because the area is largely private land.


In the table of tentative antelope hunting season information for this coming year, some license types are denoted with an asterisk (*) as having difficult public access. For these license types, there is limited opportunity to harvest an antelope on accessible public land. If applying for a license type(s) with difficult public access, hunters should recognize that hunter densities may be high on accessible public land or that antelope densities may be low. In these cases, hunters should consider securing access to private land well in advance.