Robert Rogulic serves as the president and CEO of Tri-National Inc., which offers comprehensive logistics solutions backed by over 100 years of managerial experience with a focus on safety and reliability. In addition, Robert Rogulic is a member of the National Rifle Association and the Boone and Crockett Club, a hunting organization. Rogulic holds a Boone and Crockett Club record as a result of one of the biggest antelope shots ever. If you would like to be successful at hunting antelope, you should keep the following tips in mind.
1. Before engaging in a hunt, you need to take some time to scout the land. Spend some time observing the antelope and its behavior. Find out where the highest concentration of antelope are and where they run to if startled. You also need to pay attention to the land itself, as this is vital in selecting your clothing.
2. Always be aware of the wind’s direction, and take the time to ensure that the wind is in your face. This ensures your scent isn’t carried over to the antelope, which will bolt if it has an inkling that something is amiss.
3. Consider using a decoy. As you approach the antelope, the likelihood of it spotting you will increase. Look for a decoy that can be held upright with one hand, as this will help you to get closer to the animal, especially in open terrain.