Update on the Wyoming Hunter Defense Fund

A few months ago, we featured a post about the Wyoming Hunter Defense Fund (WHDF), a new initiative to help protect sportsmen’s to access hunting opportunities in Wyoming, educate the public about the benefits of hunting tourism, and to conserve wildlife habitat across the state. SNS Outfitter and Guides has been dedicated to this effort and our hunters have made generous donations to support WHDF.

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Wyoming Hunter Defense Fund

In Wyoming, non-resident hunters fund the vast majority of the Wyoming Game & Fish budget, play a critical role in meeting harvest quotas, and bring millions of dollars in tourism revenue to the state each year. Without our out-of-state hunting visitors, hunting in Wyoming wouldn’t be what is is today.

Amid game management and legislative issues here in Wyoming, sportsmen didn’t have a clear voice representing them. That[...]

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2014 Wyoming Hunting Season Outlook

As we approach the end of May, the Wyoming hunting outlook is positive with snowpack and wildlife habitat in excellent condition.  Thanks to several late season storms, the state now stands at 164% of the median for total snowpack.

After two relatively dry years in 2012 and 2013, grazing and browsing conditions for antelope, mule deer, elk and other wildlife is in great shape. This should lead to healthy calf and fawn growth throughout[...]

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2013 Wyoming Hunting Awards: SNS Places 4 Trophies in WYOGA Awards!

The Wyoming Outfitters & Guides Association (WYOGA) has just announced its 2013 Wyoming hunting awards for trophies taken in 2012. We are pleased to report that SNS Outfitter & Guides has placed four trophies in two different categories!

First, congratulations to hunter Matt McKinney and guide Jake Black whose Wyoming mule deer placed first in the non-typical rifle mule deer category! Matt’s giant mule deer buck scored an [...]

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Wyoming Hunting News: Mule Deer Habitat Improvements

According to the Wyoming Game & Fish Department, several improvement projects have been approved that will affect thousands of acres of mule deer, antelope and elk habitat in Wyoming. The projects are funded through partnerships with the Mule Deer Foundation, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and other conservation organizations.

Habitat improvement projects like these are always great news for hunters in Wyoming. Not only do these[...]

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Wyoming Hunting News: Wolf Update

SNS Outfitter and Guides is committed to keeping you up to date on the latest Wyoming hunting news and information affecting big game hunters around the region. Here is the latest news on Wyoming’s wolf hunting season, from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department:

November 12, 2013

CHEYENNE – Seven of the 12 wolf hunt areas are now closed for the remainder of 2013. Wolf hunt area one reached its harvestable quota of two [...]

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New Weapons Regulations for Hunting in Wyoming

According to a recent press release from the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission (WGFC), new regulations have been enacted for hunting in Wyoming. The new regulations add additional calibers that can be used for big game, trophy game, and wild turkey hunting. The new regulation adds some calibers and ammunition that previously were not legal to hunt these spe[...]

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Wyoming Antelope and Mule Deer Drawing Results

Wyoming Antelope and Mule Deer drawing results are now available on the Game & Fish website! If you applied for a 2013 license, you can click here to look up your results.

We hope you drew the tag you were hoping for, and good luck during the 2013 hunting seasons! Here at SNS Outfitters & Guides, preparations are well underway for the fall hunts. We a[...]

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2013 Wyoming Hunting Season Preview

The outlook for the 2013 Wyoming hunting season appears very positive. When snowpack in early April was at just three-quarters of normal, drought conditions looked imminent. But several late spring storms brought welcome moisture to Wyoming. By the end of April, the statewide snowpack average jumped to 100 percent of normal. In fact, Amsden W[...]

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