Whether it’s open country antelope hunting, a high country mule deer hunt or archery elk, we spend a great deal of time each season looking through the glass. When hunting in Wyoming’s vast landscapes, having quality binoculars provides a clear advantage. Here are three of our tips on selecting binoculars for a western hunt.
1. Consider Quality
Early September along the Greys River; while middays still carry a touch of summer, the mountains are beginning to slip into fall. Mornings have a crisp bite in the air and the leaves are just beginning to show signs of change. If you’ve ever spent a clear September day in the Rockies, you know exactly what we mean.
There’s nothing quite like September at the Box Y lodge. The
Picture yourself at first light, glassing across Wyoming’s undulating plains and badlands, spotting that first brown and white figure with black cheek patches and heavy, dark horns. Imagine yourself carefully picking your way up a shallow ravine, sneaking into range on a herd of antelope that’s just out of sight, on the open sagebrush flat.
For us here at SNS Outfitter and Guides, that’s what it’s all about. We love pursing ante[...]