Test your Pronghorn knowledge with SNS

 The Pronghorn Antelope is not an Antelope at all; it is the last remaining of its species today. Our North American Pronghorn are more closely related to a Giraffe than they are to African plains Antelope. Pronghorns are Ruminants with a four chamber stomach, forked horns that shed each year after the rut (unique in that they are the only horned animal that shed this sheath each year), the horn itself is a 2-part structure, an interior bone[...]

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Random Antelope Draw

The demand for our Pronghorn Antelope hunts has grown significantly. The interest is so great that antelope hunts are often selling a year in advance. We wanted to create a solution for those interested in hunting Antelope with our outfit. Our answer was to help our clients take advantage of the Random Antelope Draw in Wyoming and also apply for Montana Antelope licenses. Here is how it works:

Glassing for just the right buck

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Back to Business; a year end recap

SNS Outfitter and Guides has seen 44 years of hunting seasons come and go. Each one unique with its own personality, challenges and as always, stories of success. This 2021 hunting season had an overlying feeling of getting back to “Back to Business!”

Just as with prior seasons, clients were happy, relaxed and excited to be here. Their priorities were back to soaking up time in the outdoors in pursuit of adventure, trophie[...]

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Our 44th year of Pronghorn Antelope Guiding, and counting!

September is here and that means pronghorn hunting. Wyoming is famous for its large population of pronghorn antelope. Casper is located in the heart of the finest antelope hunting in the world. 

SNS Outfitters has been offering and specializing in antelope hunts since 1977. The 2021 season will be our 44th year guiding clients form all over the United States and the world. Our lifetime success rate hunting antelope is an [...]

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Defining; “Spot and Stalk”

At times, western hunting styles have brought up a few questions.  Most hunters are very familiar with using blinds or shooting houses set up over travel corridors or more commonly over food plots. This type of hunting style is mostly a waiting game. When your quarry presents a good shot, the hunt is over. Out west, however, most hunts are conducted using a whole different hunting style. Its called, “Spot and Stalk”.

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Antelope Young~ Born to Run

Doe antelope behavior makes a noticeable change as spring turns to summer in Wyoming. Antelope are typically on high alert. There is very little they do not see, hear or take an interest in. During the last few weeks of May and beginning of June however, some of their skittish behavior fades away. Pronghorn does seemingly adopt a far more lackadaisical mood. Could it be the heat?  

That is a good guess, but this shift in at[...]

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Preserving Wyoming’s Elk Feed Grounds; Chapter two

Wyoming’s elk feed ground program continues to be controversial! The outfitting industry has drawn a red line in the sand when it comes to protecting and requiring the Game & Fish to maintain their essential winter feeding program. Western Wyoming is unique in that we have almost limitless elk habitat except during the critical winter season. Our state has been feeding wintering elk for over 100 years. Wyoming operates 22 state fe[...]

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Cow Elk, a true Western Hunt

Western hunts have been on fire this year! Spots for 2021 hunts have become extremely limited. There is good news however, if you do not have your own hunt lined up yet, you still have a chance! We would like to welcome you to Wyoming this November for a cow elk hunt. At this time, we have just a few openings for our late season cow elk hunts.

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