Why We Hunt — Conservation, Food, and Memories

Written by Bill Brown

In a world where people are sensitive, protective, and judgmental, hunters are often questioned as to why they hunt. Does it not bother them to take the life of a wild animal? The truth is, it’s not that simple.

One of the most important aspects of hunting is the food value of what we hunt. Knowing exactly where our food comes from — and for those hunters who process their own meat, exactly how it’s ag[...]

Wyoming Antelope Father Son Hunting Story

“If you’re wanting a legit opportunity at a quality buck — and have a well-rounded hunting experience — SNS will get the job done.” – Gary

On a crisp Wyoming morning, we caught up with one of our 2018 hunters, Gary. We were excited to hear about his recent hunting adventures, featuring his dad!

Gary is an experienced, personable hunter from northern Idaho. He’s incredibly fond of SNS and the hunting expe[...]

A Letter From A Hunter: Rich G.

Dear Sy,

Thank you for setting me up for such a memorable hunt. It was everything I had expected — and more. Without a doubt, David Cardinal is a first-class guide and an equally standout person. I am forever grateful for our hunt, and I’ll chalk it up as one of the top experiences of my life.

On a rather windy day in Wyoming, David set out with me and his son, Devin. As we drove around looking for an antelope — one that Da[...]

Client Story: Kevin Moynahan Tells It All

Hey Sy and Ambrosia, 

This will be my 5th year hunting with SNS, and there is never a dull moment. Recently, I was hunting with my guide, Lex Dyer, looking for a freak antelope (which, we had spotted). Although we began our stalk, we were not able to get on the antelope. But, on our way back, Lex spotted a beautiful antelope, only 200 yards away. He told me, “Shoot that antelope! It’s a very nice one.” We were side hillin[...]