SNS Outfitter at the SCI Show in Las Vegas

Once again this year, SNS founder Sy Gilliland will be at the Safari Club International Convention in Las Vegas, NV. As is usually the case, Sy will be walking the floor of the exhibition hall and available on his cell phone for meetings.

Sy will be at the SCI show Wednesday through Friday, February 3rd – 5th. If you’d like to schedule a time to m[...]

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Wyoming’s Overnight Canyon

We’ve received a great deal of questions recently about a giant crack in the earth that recently appeared on a ranch where we operate in the southern foothills of the Bighorn Mountains. Thinking it was interesting, but not knowing that it would get so much attention, we posted a photo on our Facebook page. After being shared more than 7,000 times, we started receiving a flood of questions and co[...]

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The Season Begins…

The archery antelope season is off to a great start here in Wyoming! The weather has been warm and things seemed to have begun drying out just in time. Our archery hunters have begun seeing some good activity at water-hole ground blinds.

Until most of our antelope hunts kick off in October, we love getting out there and chasing these cagey animals with archery equipment. Here are a few recent photos from the 2015 Wyoming archery antelop[...]

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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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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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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 Hunters Will Benefit from 2015 Winter Conditions

The winter of 2014/2015 has proven to be a promising one for Wyoming hunters who plan to hunt big game this year. Our Wyoming antelope, deer and elk herds will no doubt benefit from this year’s mild weather.

While snowpack totals peaked at about 95% of average in early March, the winter overall was marked by unseasonably warm weather throug[...]

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2015 Application Deadline for Wyoming Antelope and Deer Is Approaching

Please remember that the application period for nonresident Wyoming antelope and deer licenses is now open! Applications must be submitted by May 31. If you’re still thinking about a 2015 hunt, it’s time to apply. We have openings for the 2015 season, and if you’d like to secure one of these hunts, give us a call as soon as possible.

In other news, the drawing for nonresident Wyoming elk licenses took place last week a[...]

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Victory In Protecting Wyoming Nonresident Hunting Licenses

Thanks to the Wyoming Hunter Defense Fund and those who have donated to this important cause, a victory was won last month that saved Wyoming nonresident hunting license allocations.

Senate Bill SF0069 would have cut nonresident license allocations for moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat and grizzly to just 10%. This would have cut the number of nonresident moose tags in half and reduced nonresident bighorn sheep and mounting goat hunti[...]

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