Every year, a unique sporting event celebrating both history and the antelope takes place. The Annual One Shot Antelope Hunt in Lander, Wyoming began in 1940. Each member of a three-man team has the assistance of a guide to help them locate antelope. From there, it is up to the individual to shoot and kill an antelope with just one shot. At the conclusion of the contest, the team with the most kills wins. Tune in as Joe Kenney, owner and General Manager of KOVE in Lander, Wyoming joins us to talk about the 78th Annual One Shot Antelope Hunt, September 13th through the 16th. He’ll talk about the teams, rules, customs, and history of the hunt. He’ll also talk about the purpose of the hunt in promoting the ideals of good sportsmanship, game conservation and other things such as comradery, hunting ability and accuracy with a rifle. He’ll also highlight the Past Shooters Club and Water For Wildlife Foundation – both organizations were created as a result of this contest. Joe will detail how they have contributed to western wildlife with more than one-million dollars spent on water projects like the installation of 104 water wells in 11 western states. Tune in for a look at this unique contest that is steeped in history and tradition.