Arapahoe Pronghorn - 3-Day Hunt
Cheyenne Wells, CO, USA
Price per person
Game Management Unit:117
Notes from the landowner
Arapahoe Pronghorn is roughly 1800 acres of agricultural land located northeast of Cheyenne Wells, CO on the border of Kansas. Arapahoe pronghorn is found in unit 117 which historically has produced healthy pronghorn numbers. This is a 3-day hunt, so by booking the first day, you are automatically booked for the following 2 as well. Bookings will not be accepted until after the resident draw results are posted. 50% of the outdoorsman fee will be processed two weeks after licenses are awarded, otherwise it will be processed at the time of booking. The remaining 50% will process one month prior to your arrival on the property to hunt.
Game and habitat information
The open plains of eastern Colorado provide great habitat for large numbers of pronghorn. With an abundance of food sources, bedding areas and cover, along with limited public pressure, pronghorn numbers and size are very good. Agriculture field provide protein rich food year-round which helps produce good species abundance. Look for game to feed in agriculture fields and utilize small drainages or creek bottoms for travel and bedding, especially as pressure increases during hunting seasons.
Hunters must cancel within 2 weeks after the draw results post. If deposit is made, we will push you to following year/season if possible.
Hunting and Fishing Licenses - Colorado Parks and Wildlife IPAWS (cpwshop.com)
Included at no cost- if available. Voucher must still be redeemed for a license and subject to all state licensing terms and fees
Non-refundable Reservation Fee 50% outdoorsman charged after draw results 50% outdoorsman charged 1 month prior to hunt
If there is a lapse in availability, please do not be discouraged to reach out to IO. All calendars are set and managed by landowners, and unavailability is set by them. However, IO is willing to reach out on your behalf, to check on available dates. Other reasons for unavailable dates include biologist recommended hunter/harvest quotas that landowners implement, as well as state season dates not being released. All big game hunts may be pre-booked for future seasons; reach out to IO to inquire.