Additional Fall Bear Hunts Added to the 2017 Schedule

There’s no doubt that black bear hunting is growing in popularity as more hunters realize the amount of opportunity available. Here at SNS Outfitter and Guides, we’ve received a growing number of calls and questions about fall bear hunts. In response, we’re adding an additional week to our fall bear hunting schedule.

On our Black Bear Hunt Page (or if yo[...]

Last Chance to Book a 2018 Hunt at the 2017 Price

On August 15th, new pricing for our 2018 hunts will go into effect. So if you’re thinking of booking a hunt for next year, this is your chance to lock in your spot at the current rate! But you must book before August 15th. 

Our 2018 season still has plenty of openings. Our Wyoming antelope hunts, spring and fall black bear hunts, the Wyoming and Montana mule deer hunts, and our Wyoming elk hunts have some great spots still availa[...]

2017 Edition SNS Outfitter and Guides Hunting Brochure

Do you have a copy of the 2017 Edition of the SNS Outfitter and Guides Hunting Brochure? If you haven’t yet seen our latest brochure, be sure to request a copy! This free color brochure outlines all of our hunting opportunities in great detail with tons of photos, prices and more. 

You can request a free copy of the brochure here

We are very proud of the 2017 Bro[...]

Wyoming Spring Bear Hunting Update

We have been enjoying the spring bear-hunting season in Western Wyoming and it has proved to be a great beginning to the 2017 hunting season. Our hunters have seen some beautiful color phase bears that this area is known for. The weather is warming up, snow is melting quickly from the high peaks, and bears are becoming very active.

The spring black bear hunt is a favorite tradition here at SNS Outfitter and Guides, among both our guides[...]

Don’t Wait, Hunt Region G This Year

Don’t Wait, Hunt Region G This Year.

As much of the hunting community is already aware, the high country in western Wyoming was handed a tough winter. But before you jump off the bandwagon, consider using your preference points on a mule deer hunt this year. This may be the best year to hunt the big bucks in Wyoming’s Region G.

Why Hunt Region G This Year?

According to the experts at GoHunt.com, “With the hard winte[...]

Last Chance to Apply for Wyoming Antelope and Deer

The deadline is approaching to apply for Wyoming antelope and deer licenses for 2017. Applications must be submitted by May 31. If you’d like to hunt in Wyoming this year, now is the time to plan your hunt!

In most of our antelope hunting units, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has increased license numbers for the 2017 season due to healthy herds, high fawn recruitment and low winter-kill. The harsh winter at high elevations in w[...]

Spring Bear Hunting Preview

The spring bear hunting season in Wyoming is almost here. Our guides are already hard at work getting ready for our first hunters to arrive next month. The lodge is being prepared, bait sites are active and we’re excited to see what starts showing up on the trail cameras soon!

After a particularly long winter in the high country, snowpack levels are higher than normal. There’s still a great deal of snow up high, which will certainly[...]

Spring Training: Start Working Toward Your 2017 Hunt

Hunting seasons are less than five months away and that means it’s time to get in gear! If you aren’t already working at it, don’t wait any longer to begin spring training for your fall hunt.

Our Wyoming and Montana hunting trips have widely varying physical requirements. From ranches with good vehicle access, all the way to the high country hunts near timberline, the needs are different. But there should be one consistent goal ac[...]

Excellent Antelope Conditions and Increased License Numbers

This year in Wyoming, much of the talk has been about severe winter conditions at high elevations in the western part of the state. But while certain areas in the high country have received heavy snow, it’s a far different story over on the eastern flank of the Rockies and across the plains.

Amid the buzz about a rough winter for high country mule deer, we are currently anticipating one of our best years for antelope in recent history[...]