Book Your 2016 Hunt Now

Here’s our friendly holiday season reminder that it’s time to book your 2016 hunt with SNS Outfitter and Guides! Yes, the 2015 season just ended but believe it or not, it’s already time to be thinking about next year. Our hunts are already filling up fast!

Now is the time to book your 2016 Wyoming antelope hunt! Antelope hunts are the biggest demand around here and this past season we were booked solid. If you want to secure that [...]

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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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3 Rules for Locating Mule Deer

This is the second part in our series on hunting mule deer. With the ever-increasing popularity of mule deer hunting, we receive a great deal of questions each year and we’d like to share some of that insight with you here. Whether high above timberline or down on the sage flats, we are passionate about chasing big mulies. Wyoming is one of the best places in the country to hunt big mule deer, and we’ve seen our fair share of hits [...]

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3 Rules to Follow When Glassing for Mule Deer

There’s no doubt that interest in western mule deer hunting has continued to increase over the past 10 years. From the rolling country of the high plains, to oxygen-deprived timberline basins, the majestic figure of the mule deer has captured the imaginations of hunters worldwide. Entire magazines, websites and books have been dedicated to the pursuit of mule deer. Whether stalking them with a bow under the hot September sun, or [...]

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Meet Our Wyoming Hunting Guides: David Cardinal

Every once in a while we like to feature an interview with one of our Wyoming hunting guides or staff here at SNS. We are extremely proud of our crew. In fact, we think we’ve got one of the best in the business.

One of those great guys and great guides is David Cardinal. David has been guiding for SNS for more than 15 years. We recently asked David about his favorite things about guiding and his tips for elk or mule deer hunters comin[...]

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Meet the Guides: Deer and Antelope Hunting Guide Jason Hill

SNS is extremely proud of its team of hunting guides and employees, and Jason Hill is a perfect example of why. Jason has been guiding for SNS for 15 years, and has a wealth of hunting knowledge. SNS is an employee-owned company and we are proud that Jason is one of our owners, helping direct the vision and future of this outfit.

We recently sat down with Jason to discuss his thoughts on mule deer and antelope hunting, and to h[...]

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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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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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Outfitter Tips: Storing Your Hunting Gear for the Winter

A season’s worth of mud and dirt can wreak havoc on the performance and longevity of your gear.

Another Wyoming hunting season has passed and we want to thank all of our hunters for a fantastic year of elk, mule deer and antelope hunting! While we were busy organizing gear and closing up our camps for the winter, we thought we’d share some tips that will help your gear stay in be[...]

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