Would you hike 10-15 miles per day – for more than 2 weeks – and pass on many decent-sized pronghorns in hopes of finding a truly special buck? Chuck Adams did. Learn from the expert. Check out Chuck Adams’ go-to-archery gear for spot-and-stalk pronghorns.
"My basic pronghorn-hunting equipment was simple and dependable: well-washed, somewhat faded Realtree camo to match the bleached-out Western plains; neoprene-soled hiking boots for silent walking; top-quality 10X binoculars; compact spotting scope and mini-tripod in my fanny pack for long-range judging of pronghorn bucks; Bushnell ARC laser rangefinder; Hoyt compound bow set at 74 pounds; Easton Super Slam arrows tipped by Rage two-blade broadheads; a quart of water and a fistful of granola bars; a tube of sunscreen and a knife to gut the critter. Add to these 10-15 miles of hoofing per day, and you get the picture. That’s foot-hunting pronghorns in a nutshell." -Chuck Adams