Wild Game Rib Recipe

Summer is winding down, which is both a good and bad. As we approach the hunting season our previous seasons wild game supply is dwindling. One thing we always save for September are the ribs. Wild game ribs are shockingly good, and easy to master. Here is our favorite recipe!

What you need:

Baking sheetRack of ribsMesquite wood chipsYour favorite BBQ sauce – we recommend StubbsDry rub rib seasoning – we used the[...]

The Perfect Hunting Boot Recommendation

The countdown has begun to our 2019 fall hunts. We are sure you have spent the last few months preparing physically, mentally, and gathering all the necessary equipment for your western hunt. This is an exciting time and here at SNS want to make sure that packing the wrong equipment won’t stand in the way of that once in a lifetime hunt.

All of those in our outfit would agree that proper footwear is the number one necessity i[...]

Plan Your Wyoming Summer Trail Ride with Jackson Hole Outfitters!

Summer’s not over yet! Although we’re closing in on the first of August, we still have over a month left in our trail ride season. If you or anyone you know will be in the Jackson, Wyoming area this summer, be sure to spread the word! Nestled in one of western Wyoming’s most spectacular river valleys, this camp is our hub for our summer trail rides.

Do not hesitate to get your A[...]

The 2019 Hunting Outlook

The 2019 hunting season is a little over a month away and the outlook for SNS Outfitter and Guides season is looking to be a great one. The snowpack this winter was above average and melted off a little slower than normal in many parts of the state, which meant a late spring. Although we were pushing through snow we had a favorable spring bear season. Not only did the delayed spring lead to a great spring bear season, it also led into a v[...]

Memory Made: Wyoming Moose Hunt

Growing up in Wyoming and hunting from the time I was little it is very difficult to narrow down my favorite hunting memory. From the time I was old enough to walk I was old enough to tag along. I was rabbit hunting, prairie dog hunting, and varmint hunting from a very young age. These hunts built the foundation for all successful hunts in the future. Of all of my successful hunts there is one that is easily my favorite. This hunt did not[...]

July 1st: Purchase Your Wyoming Preference Points

Wyoming preference points go on sale July 1st.  Wyoming does not issue preference points automatically if you did not draw a first-choice license in 2019.

Instead, you must purchase points between July 1st and October 31st. If you drew a first-choice license in 2019, you will not be able to purchase a point for that species until the following year.

If you’d like to hunt Wyoming at any point in the future, purch[...]

ATTENTION HUNTERS: Late Season Cow Hunts Available

Attention all hunters: here at SNS Outfitter and Guides, we have a very limited number of 2019 late season cow elk hunts left. The late season cow hunt is our newest hunt, and we could not be more excited to offer this great opportunity to you. 

This hunt will offer all the amenities of Hunt #3, but it is shorter and more economical. After driving to our camp, ea[...]

Randy George – He Lives for the Fall in Wyoming

Meet Randy George: an Arizona native with a passion for hunting big game and the wild outdoors. Randy was first introduced to hunting at a young age. Even before he could hunt, he would spend his spare time outside, calling in big Arizona bull elk. He went out on his first hunt at age 14 and he’s been hooked ever since. While most people think of Arizona as hot desert, parts of the state are known for their wild game. Lucky for Randy, h[...]

Antelope Kabobs: Wild Game for the Grill

In a recent interview with Randy George we asked him what his favorite recipe was. He mentioned his go-to is Antelope Kabobs. They’re easy to cook, delicious and perfect for summertime cookouts and get togethers.  

Here is Randy’s recipe:

Ingredients: 

  1 3/4 cups Wish-Bone® Italian Dressing (or Italian dressing of your coice)

  1-1/2 pounds antelope backstrap or cut[...]