Then and Now: A Big Thanks to All Who Have Hunted with SNS

It’s hard to believe that we’ve wrapped up our 40th season here at SNS—time flies. It’s been another year of outstanding trophies, unforgettable memories, and first time hunters. We are thankful for all of the hunters who chose to experience their Wyoming (or Montana) hunts with us.

As usual, we kicked off our 2017 season at the Box Y Lodge in the Grey’s River Valley. The Read More

More Hunting Photos From the 2017 Season

A big thanks goes to all of our hunters who joined us during the 2017 season! You are the reason we do what we do. Thank you for choosing SNS Outfitter and Guides, and we hope to see you on an adventure in Wyoming again. 

We’d also like to thank our guides, cooks, camp jacks, wranglers and staff for another outstanding season. These folks work tirelessly to give our clients a safe and enjoyable experience. 

Our Wyomin[...]

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3 Tips to Finding the Best Boots for Your Next Western Hunt

Boots are one of the most important things that you’ll purchase for any western hunt. Unlike items that can be borrowed from your buddies like a jacket or optics, boots are a personalized item that’s going to fit everyone differently. 

Here are 3 tips to finding the best boots for your next western hunt: 

1. Find Boots that Fit You

The very best brand of boots is the one that fits you best. A Kenetrek[...]

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Don’t Miss the 2018 Wyoming Elk Application Deadline

The 2017 hunting season is still underway in many areas. But believe it or not, it’s time to start planning your 2018 Wyoming Elk Hunt. Nonresident elk applications are due no later than the end of January. In a little over two months, it’ll be too late!

Wyoming has some incredible elk hunting opportunities. For the hunter interested in a western elk hunt, Wyoming should be a top consideration. But it also has the earliest applicati[...]

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October 2017 Hunting Update from Wyoming

It’s hard to believe that October has come and gone. We’ve had a fun month of hunting in Wyoming, including some memorable antelope hunts, mule deer hunts and elk hunts. 

The month started out warm, with mild weather through the first week of October. But then we received a quick blast of snow, and the wild temperature swings began, which are typical of the mountains and high plains this time of year. Hunters throughout the mon[...]

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An Antelope Hunter’s Photo Journal

Ever wonder what the experience is like, on a guided antelope hunt with SNS Outfitter and Guides? Here’s a photo journal from a recent 2017 hunt, taking you each step through one of our Wyoming hunting adventures! 

Welcome to camp! First, hunters can get settled into their rooms and get acquainted with the camp staff. 

Next, hunters have the opportunity to check their weapons. After a long trip to Wyom[...]

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The Guided Hunter’s Daypack: What (and What Not) to Bring

A guided hunt is an awesome experience. It often means seeing a new area for the first time, and sometimes hunting a new species for the first time. One of the most common questions we receive from our guided hunters is what they are responsible to bring. 

We send a checklist to each of our hunters before their trip. The needs of a hunter on an antelope hunt from town are of course much different than hunting elk or mule deer from [...]

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September Photo Blog: Antelope Hunting and More!

What a start it has been to our 2017 fall hunting season in Wyoming! Pronghorn hunting began with a bang when one of our clients took a beautiful record book antelope on opening day of rifle season! Plus, clients have already taken some outstanding black bears, mule deer and elk. 

Our hunters have seen a little bit of everything this month, from hot, sunny weather to snow in the high country. It’s exactly what you expect from Wyo[...]

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Fall Black Bear Hunting Roundup from Wyoming

We’ve had a fun fall bear season here in western Wyoming! If you’ve ever visited the Wyoming high country in September, you know exactly why this is one of our favorite hunts of the year. Rocky Mountain weather in September is typically sunny, with warm days and crisp nights, and the leaves are starting to change. Most importantly, the bears are getting very active! 

During early September, black bears enter a period of hyperph[...]

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Spot and Stalk Mule Deer Hunting Tactics

The open country nature of western mule deer means you are often forced into careful stalking scenarios during both archery and rifle seasons. Spot and stalk mule deer hunting is extremely visual and will truly test your patience. The experience is thrilling, especially when you creep within range and create a shot opportunity. 

Find and Observe

Glass, glass and glass some more. Before you start a stalk, find your deer. The [...]

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