Selecting the Right Boots for Your Wyoming Hunt

Having the right gear can make or break your Wyoming hunt, and this is especially true of your boots. Boots could possibly be your most important investment after your firearm or bow. You will wear them every day in the field, and they must perform well. If you are cold, wet, or get blisters on your feet, it’s not going to be a fun experience. You may not be able to spend the necessary time in the field, and you may not be able to hike to th[...]

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Wyoming Preference Points Now Available

From now through September 30th, Wyoming’s preference point application period for nonresident hunters is now open. If you are thinking about hunting in Wyoming in 2016, this is a very important reminder! This is your chance to pick up a Wyoming Preference Point before next year’s big game drawings.

Here at SNS Outfitter & Guides, licenses for many of our hunts can be drawn with[...]

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Summer Update From SNS Outfitter & Guides

Clients often ask what we do during the summer months here at SNS Outfitter & Guides in Wyoming. As you can imagine, it’s a busy time of year for us. Hunting seasons are only a couple of months away and there’s a lot to do before our fall guests begin arriving.

With camps in several parts of the state, we spend a lot of ti[...]

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Book a 2016 Wyoming Hunt By July 1 and Get 2015 Pricing

If you are planning a 2016 hunt, book before July 1st to get 2015 prices. Our 2016 prices go into effect in July!

Our 2015 season is booked here at SNS, and we are looking forward to a great year! Will all of the rain we’ve had this spring, it’s shaping up to be an excellent year for antler growth. Things are green here in W[...]

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A Day in the Life: A Wyoming Hunt with SNS

When chatting with first-time clients and hunters from across the country, we’re often asked what can be expected on a hunt with SNS. What is a typical day like on a Wyoming hunt with us?

Here’s a short photo tour, showing a day in the life at a typical SNS hunting camp.

1. Up Before Dawn

At all of our camps across Wyoming, whether you’re hunting elk in the mountains or antelope further east, we’re always up well b[...]

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Rainy May Proved Tough For Spring Bear Hunters

In Wyoming and across the mountain west, the month of May brought record levels of precipitation in many areas. At our Box Y Lodge along the scenic Greys River, dark and drizzly days seemed to dominate the entire month.

The unusual weather led to tough spring bear hunting conditions. According to Wyoming Game and Fish early estimates, bear harvest statewide is down as much as 80 percent. Our spring bear hunters and guides worked hard, a[...]

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Final Reminder for Wyoming Deer Hunting Applications

This year’s deadline to submit Wyoming deer hunting applications and antelope applications is May 31. If you are interested in a 2015 tag, it’s now or next year!

We want to bring attention to our Greys River trophy mule deer hunts, where we still have a couple of openings. If you have preference points for deer in Wyoming, this is the ultimate hunt. The Greys River region produces more record book bucks than anywhere else in the sta[...]

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You Could Win a Free Hunt When You Join the WHDF!

We’ve posted a few articles over the past several months on the great work being done by the Wyoming Hunter Defense Fund (WHDF). This organization’s mission is to protect our hunting opportunities in Wyoming. Bad legislation has threatened those opportunities recently, but thanks to the WHDF and its partners, these serious attacks were thwarted.

These attacks included Wyomin[...]

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Wyoming Leads the Way for Record Book Pronghorn

2014 Record Book Pronghorn at SNS

It’s no secret that Wyoming is the best place to go for pure antelope hunting opportunity. But how does the state rank in terms of trophy quality for record book pronghorn?

In addition to Wyoming, there’s always a great deal of trophy antelope buzz from states like New Mexico and Arizona. But do you really need to head south to [...]

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