This past year we drew our Montana archery antelope tags, but with a packed work schedule, we didn’t know if we would have time to hunt antelope before elk season.  We had a couple days off from work and scrambled to put together a location to hunt.  This would be our first time ever hunting antelope, and it turned out to be an exciting couple days in the badlands.  Enjoy!

[vimeo w=580&h=440]

We’re looking forward to getting back out there for this year’s opener and hopefully putting a couple bucks on the ground.


5 Responses

  1. Erick Boyer

    I grew up in a little town in north central Idaho called Weippe, very small and lots and lots of outdoors. Hunting and fishing all the time. I started hunting when I was 6 with my uncles and hunting on my own at 12 in 1982. My point in all of this is that even for someone that is an avid hunter and has been all his life, the two of you are extremely inspiring. I watched your badlands video, I know the frustration of trying a spot and stock on speed goats. But you two are what is known as “determined hunters” and judging by that look in your eye, next year the antelope dies.
    Keep up the good work………….
    …a fellow hunter.

    July 18, 2013 at 8:29 am

    • Montana Wild

      Thanks Erick! Antelope are indeed going down this year! Good luck this season! Can’t wait to release the rest of our films from 2012.

      July 18, 2013 at 9:01 am

  2. Kevin Andry

    I really enjoy your videos. It isn’t always about the kill. It’s about the trip getting there. You guys document the excitement that true hunters and fishermen get to experience. Sometimes the thrill is more about the one that gets away! Keep the videos coming. Where do you get the music for your vids?

    July 18, 2013 at 9:37 am

  3. I’ve only been able to hunt open country a few times (WA, MT and AK) and absolutely love it. Antelope hunting looks like an absolute blast and I hope that I get to make a run at them some day soon. Great job on the video, you guys are crushing it and I’m enjoying the progression.

    July 20, 2013 at 11:12 am

  4. I too really enjoy everything that you guys are putting out there. I know that it takes a ton of time and energy to do what you guys do. You have an amazing and dynamic skill set that is really filling a void here in Montana. I have no doubt you will only continue to grow.

    If I can ever do anything to help you out at please let me know. Otherwise I look forward to your future work!

    July 27, 2013 at 12:57 pm

Leave us a line.