I am an experienced hunter, mule and whitetail deer, elk, and various small game. But after 8 years of trying I finally drew a male pronghorn tag for North Eastern Colorado. I'll be hunting mostly on National Grasslands and will certainly have a few other hunters in the area, although Colorado does not issue very many tags for that area. There are a lot of two track roads in the area, but many are restricted so driving and glassing may not be a good option. I plan to drive to the edge of the area, then walk the prarie and watch. If I see grazing or resting pronghorns, I am prepared to do a long slow stalk, crawling if nessesary, to get in good shooting position. I have a bi-pod and a good scope on my 243 Weatherby and expect to spend a lot of time laying prone. I can use some good tips on how to pursue those little rascals in wide open country. Less than two weeks away, I can't wait.