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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Antelope Young~ Born to Run

Doe antelope behavior makes a noticeable change as spring turns to summer in Wyoming. Antelope are typically on high alert. There is very little they do not see, hear or take an interest in. During the last few weeks of May and beginning of June however, some of their skittish behavior fades away. Pronghorn does seemingly adopt a far more lackadaisical mood. Could it be the heat?  

That is a good guess, but this shift in at[...]

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Spring Antelope Survey, finds green forage and great horn growth!

The winter of 2021 is behind us now and spring is in full bloom here in central Wyoming. The green grass is popping up and the days are getting longer. This time of year feels refreshing and we really enjoy checking out the antelope herds on our Wyoming hunting leases.

Our recent winter was drier than normal with cold temperatures but very little of the severe cold. Last year central Wyoming suffered through a tough drought so[...]

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Pronghorn Antelope 101

Today we are taking a look at SNS’ most popular species to hunt, pronghorn antelope. You may keep close tabs on them during the hunting season, but how much do you really know about them the rest of the year?

We may as well begin by addressing their name. Are they antelope? Are they pronghorn? Are they pronghorn antelope? Technically speaking, the Latin name for the species found here in North America is Antilocapra Americana, or [...]

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Wyoming: a Plentiful Playground

Thanks to Covid-19, our daily routines and priorities have clearly changed. What SNS is doing however, is ramping up planning and preparation for you! Let me explain why.

I was on a conference call with part of the SNS team when it was mentioned that a surge of interest would be likely following this time of isolation for Americans. I fully admit, at times I am out of the loop, busy with my family and nursing shifts. But I did risk [...]

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From the desk of Outfitter, Sy Gilliland: 90/10 bill defeated

The Wyoming Legislature recently dealt with a second attempt by a singe state Senator to cut non-resident hunting licenses by half. In 2014 we faced an unexpected attempt by this same Senator when he introduced a similar bill. Fortunately the bill was killed by the Senate Travel, Recreation, and Wildlife Committee with a vote of 4-1. When this most recent bill was introduced the members of the Wyoming Outfitters & Guides Association (WYOG[...]

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Wyoming Antelope & Deer Application Deadline

With the end of May right around the corner, the Wyoming antelope and deer application deadline is quickly approaching! Please contact us to book your hunt, we’ll handle the application for you and the deadline is Friday, May 31st. Additionally, if you’d like to build your preference points for the future, give us a call and we can assist you with that process as well.

So, if you are th[...]

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Book Your 2019 Antelope Hunt Today

Join North America’s Largest Antelope Outfitter This Year! Offering top quality antelope hunting that you simply cannot beat! Here at SNS Outfitter & Guides it’s not uncommon for us to have a 100% success rate on our antelope hunts, making your experience worth while. Not only do we have a high success rate with our antelope, we offer hunts customized based on location. From central Wyoming to the eastern boarder we offer[...]
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SNS Outfitter and Guides Fall 2018 Archery Antelope Recap

Thanks to our archery antelope hunters, the 2018 season started with a bang. This fall, the hunters’ success rate has been one for the books! We’ve witnessed fantastic goats thus far; and, based on their horn growth, we’re predicting a season best this year. To date, we’ve also been lucky with the weather. Early autumn has shown ideal hunting conditions: warm days leading to crisp, cool nights.

Without further ado, see below for a comp[...]

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