Wyoming Spring Bear Hunting Update

Our Wyoming spring bear hunting has come to an end here in the Greys River region. We were fortunate to have another great year of black bear hunting, and we’d like to thank all of our clients who hunted with us this year.

We were able to harvest some beautiful bears this year, most of which were the unique, color-phase bears that this region is known for. Heavy snowpack and runoff led to some soggy conditions, but our guides and [...]

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Wyoming Antelope and Deer Draw Results

As of 10:00 a.m. MT today, June 12, Wyoming antelope and deer draw results will be available! If you have been waiting on the results of this year’s draw, please click here to check your results. If you are on our preference point program, you will need to enter our zip code, 82602.

If you are unfamiliar with Wyoming’s application, drawing and pre[...]

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2014 Wyoming Hunting Season Outlook

As we approach the end of May, the Wyoming hunting outlook is positive with snowpack and wildlife habitat in excellent condition.  Thanks to several late season storms, the state now stands at 164% of the median for total snowpack.

After two relatively dry years in 2012 and 2013, grazing and browsing conditions for antelope, mule deer, elk and other wildlife is in great shape. This should lead to healthy calf and fawn growth throughout[...]

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2014 Wyoming Spring Black Bear Hunts Are Underway!

Our Wyoming spring black bear hunts are off to a great start! Our hunters are making the most of weather and snow conditions and we’ve been fortunate to take some excellent bears.

Here are a few photos from the recent black bear hunts:

  

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SNS Holds Biennial Employee Meeting

The “off season” doesn’t mean we’re not busy around here at SNS Outfitter & Guides! Just before the Wyoming hunting season kicked off with spring bear, we held our biennial employee meeting and CPR/First Aid Training. Every other year, we gather all of our guides and employees, some of whom come from all over the U.S. We use this opportunity to renew First Aid Certifications, cover any necessary training and prepare[...]

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Spring Bear Hunt Cancellation: 50% Off!

2013 Spring Bear

We have a last minute opportunity to announce. We have a cancellation spring bear hunt available for May 5-10. We are offering this hunt for $2,500 including license! That is 50% off the regular price!

If you are interested, please call us immediatel[...]

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Researchers Discover Wyoming Mule Deer Migration

Photo: Joe Riis

Scientists have recently discovered an epic Wyoming mule deer migration that was previously unknown. Each year, a herd of mule deer leaves the Red Desert and travels more than 150 miles to the Hoback Basin south of Jackson. This impressive migration is now the longes[...]

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Preparing for the 2014 Spring Bear Hunting Season!

Our spring bear hunting season begins in less than a month here in Wyoming! Our baits have been set and we will be monitoring them constantly. Preparing for the spring bear hunts is a big job and we are busy getting ready for our first hunters of the season to arrive!

Setting baits begins in the early spring here in the Greys River region of Wyoming. We carefully place them in areas that we know consistently produce quality bears. At th[...]

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In Their Own Words: Interview With An SNS Hunter

We recently had the opportunity to chat with one of our longtime clients, Joe Mele. Joe has been hunting with SNS for nearly 15 years, and has had the opportunity to harvest antelope, mule deer, whitetail deer and elk across Wyoming and Montana.

Q: What are some of your best memories of your Montana or Wyoming hunting trips with SNS?

Joe: Man, I have so many great memories of my hunts with SNS. One of my favorite memories was on [...]

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Mule Deer Hunting 101: Our Guides’ Number 1 Tips

When it comes to big game in North America, trophy mule deer are among the most sought-after species. Weighing in at close to 300 pounds and reaching antler measurements of over 200 inches, mule deer are icons of the American west.

Mule deer are highly adaptable, ranging from river bottoms and high plains to alpine environments above timberline. From southwest deserts to coastal forests, mule deer hunting presents a variety of challenge[...]

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