Time’s Running Out for Good Deals – Book Today for 2018 Prices

Our 2019 new prices go into effect on August 1st, but if you book your 2019 hunt by July 31st you can still book at the 2018 price! Year after year our most popular hunts are filling up quicker than ever, so don’t wait to lock in your dates for next year’s adventure.

We already have limited openings on some of our most popular antelope and mule deer combo hunts as well as some of our more popular elk hunts. Although we are seeing sp[...]

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Last Chance Fall Bear Hunting Opportunities In Western Wyoming

Our spring black bear season wrapped up nearly a month ago, can you believe it. Currently we’re in the thick of our summer trail ride season in Western Wyoming. These trail rides take place out of Jackson Hole Outfitters Camp. If you are going to be in the Jackson hole area stop on by for a one of a kind trail ride click here for more information. All the while, we’re lookin[...]

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SNS Outfitter and Guides; Spring Black Bear Update

Spring came early this year and we’re certainly not complaining about that. Early, warmer, moist springs make for the perfect combination when it comes to black bear hunting in Western Wyoming. With the warmer weather, snow is melting quickly from the Wyoming Range, and bears are being very active. So far, the 2018 season has been kicked-off with great success, we’ve had 100% shooter opportunity and our hunters have taken 7, b[...]

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NEW Spring Black Bear Hunts Added: June 4 – June 8, 2018

Due to popular demand, we’ve added an additional week to our spring black bear hunts! These hunts will take place from June 4th – 8th; and, we’re anticipating the remaining four spots will go fast. These availabilities are on a first-come, first-serve basis, so don’t delay! For details, please call us ASAP at 307-266-4229.

Our spring black bear hunts take place along the Greys River at the beau[...]

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2018 Spring Black Bear Openings!

We are in official countdown mode. There are only 132 days until the spring black bear opening at the Box Y Lodge on the Greys River. We can’t wait. Although it’s only the end of December, our Spring Black Bear hunts are right around the corner.

Spring Black Bear hunts are for the ultimate adventurer — for hunters anticipating a black bear trophy and for adrenaline-seekers looking [...]

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Fall Black Bear Hunting Roundup from Wyoming

We’ve had a fun fall bear season here in western Wyoming! If you’ve ever visited the Wyoming high country in September, you know exactly why this is one of our favorite hunts of the year. Rocky Mountain weather in September is typically sunny, with warm days and crisp nights, and the leaves are starting to change. Most importantly, the bears are getting very active! 

During early September, black bears enter a period of hyperph[...]

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Additional Fall Bear Hunts Added to the 2017 Schedule

There’s no doubt that black bear hunting is growing in popularity as more hunters realize the amount of opportunity available. Here at SNS Outfitter and Guides, we’ve received a growing number of calls and questions about fall bear hunts. In response, we’re adding an additional week to our fall bear hunting schedule.

On our Black Bear Hunt Page (or if yo[...]

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Wyoming Spring Bear Hunting Update

We have been enjoying the spring bear-hunting season in Western Wyoming and it has proved to be a great beginning to the 2017 hunting season. Our hunters have seen some beautiful color phase bears that this area is known for. The weather is warming up, snow is melting quickly from the high peaks, and bears are becoming very active.

The spring black bear hunt is a favorite tradition here at SNS Outfitter and Guides, among both our guides[...]

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Spring Bear Hunting Preview

The spring bear hunting season in Wyoming is almost here. Our guides are already hard at work getting ready for our first hunters to arrive next month. The lodge is being prepared, bait sites are active and we’re excited to see what starts showing up on the trail cameras soon!

After a particularly long winter in the high country, snowpack levels are higher than normal. There’s still a great deal of snow up high, which will certainly[...]

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