Test your Pronghorn knowledge with SNS

 The Pronghorn Antelope is not an Antelope at all; it is the last remaining of its species today. Our North American Pronghorn are more closely related to a Giraffe than they are to African plains Antelope. Pronghorns are Ruminants with a four chamber stomach, forked horns that shed each year after the rut (unique in that they are the only horned animal that shed this sheath each year), the horn itself is a 2-part structure, an interior bone[...]

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Mad about Muleys

Our Wyoming Mule Deer Hunts are mostly sold out for 2022, we do however have hunts available for hunters with Wyoming deer preference points. If you’re considering using your points in 2022 we have a couple options for you to consider.

Putting those Wyoming Preference Points to use!

Our Hunt #10 is a very good hunt with high success and a great option for hunters not wanti[...]

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