It may only be August, but for a very lucky few, hunting seasons have already started. A week ago Monday, archery antelope season opened in Wyoming and I found myself about 10 feet up a windmill in Unit 26. At 7:20 a.m., a buck with wide, heavy, forward-leaning horns came in for a drink and seconds later left in a hurry with my arrow all but through him. He only made it 20 yards before piling up. So, for the first time ever, I'm enjoying fresh antelope before Labor Day.