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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Win a FREE Wyoming Antelope Hunt with SNS!

How would you like to win a free, fully-guided Wyoming antelope hunt with SNS Outfitter & Guides? This is your chance! We are very excited to announce our 2014 Free Hunt Giveaway!

The Grand Prize Includes:

A 2015 or 2016 Wyoming antelope hunt with SNS This is a three-day, fully guided hunt Winner’s choice of a camp or town hunt Upgrade to a combination mule deer or elk hunt for[...]
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Two Spring Black Bear Hunts Now Available!

2013 Spring Bear Hunt

We have had two spots open up for our 2014 spring black bear hunts here in Wyoming! This last-minute opportunity will not last long, so if you are interested, please call us immediately at 307-266-4229. These last minute openings are for the following dates:

1 Spot: May 12 through May 17, 2014 1 Spot: May 26 through May 31, 2014

If you’ve never experi[...]

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Antelope Hunting 101: Our Guides’ #1 Tips

The American pronghorn antelope is a notoriously skittish animal with excellent vision. Approaching them across open country can sometimes present a significant challenge to hunters. They are also one of the most difficult animals to judge on the hoof, presenting an even greater challenge to those seeking an antelope buck of trophy quality.

We recently sat down with a few of our guides and asked them for their number one tips when it co[...]

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Layering for Your Wyoming Hunt

We receive a great deal of questions each year about the proper clothing to bring on a Wyoming hunt. While the elevation and terrain may vary drastically from our high country mule deer and elk hunts, to our open country antelope hunts, one thing remains true: on these high prairies and rocky mountain slopes, conditions can change in the blink of an eye. Hunters must be prepared for a wide range of conditions from hot and dry to freezing cold [...]

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Going to the SCI Show in Vegas? Call us!

If you are planning to attend the Safari Club International Annual Convention in Las Vegas during the first week in February, please give us a call! We will not have a booth at this year’s show but we will be walking the floor Wednesday through Friday.

Whether you’ve been thinking about a Wyoming big game hunt, or just want to learn m[...]

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Final Reminder: Wyoming Elk Hunting Applications Due January 31

2013 Wyoming Elk With SNS Outfitters

Remember, the non-resident Wyoming elk hunting application period is January 1 – January 31, 2014. Applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. MST on the 31st. If you’ve been thinking about a Wyoming elk hunt, now is the time to start planning.

If you have any questions about preference points or the application process in Wyoming, ple[...]

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The Greys River: Wyoming’s Mule Deer Hunting Capitol

Glassing for mule deer on a rocky ridge in Wyoming’s Greys River area.

The Greys River in western Wyoming is a place of legend for hunters across the globe, and is without a doubt, the state’s mule deer hunting capitol. The Greys River boasts more record mule deer than anywhere else in Wyoming, and ranks number five in the world for producing trophy mulies. When you mention the w[...]

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