Update From Our 2017 Archery Antelope Hunts

We had a great time on the archery antelope hunts this season! Taking an antelope buck with a bow is a very challenging endeavor, and our hats are off to all of our archery antelope hunters who joined us this year. Antelope are cagey and they have outstanding vision. Pulling off a clean shot within bow range is no easy task. 

Congratulations to our 2017 archery antelope hunters on taking some very hard-earned trophies. We typically[...]

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It’s Time to Purchase Your Wyoming Preference Points

Wyoming preference points are now on sale. If you didn’t earn a preference point in the draw this year (or draw your first choice license) you can now purchase a preference point. 

Preference points for deer, elk and antelope are now available for purchase. If you’d like to hunt Wyoming at any point in the future, purchasing a point now is a no-brainer. For a small preference point fee, you’ll open the door to some outstandin[...]

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Last Chance to Book a 2018 Hunt at the 2017 Price

On August 15th, new pricing for our 2018 hunts will go into effect. So if you’re thinking of booking a hunt for next year, this is your chance to lock in your spot at the current rate! But you must book before August 15th. 

Our 2018 season still has plenty of openings. Our Wyoming antelope hunts, spring and fall black bear hunts, the Wyoming and Montana mule deer hunts, and our Wyoming elk hunts have some great spots still availa[...]

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Wyoming Antelope and Deer Draw Results Available

As of 10:00 a.m. on June 22, the draw results for Wyoming antelope and deer licenses will be posted on the Game and Fish Website.

We understand that there’s a ton of excitement when the draw results become available. If you were successful in drawing a tag, we will mail your complete information packet next week, which includes all of your pre-hunt details. Expect to see those packets in your mailbox the week of July 4th.&nb[...]

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Antelope Hunting Basics: What to Expect on a Pronghorn Hunt

If you’re new to hunting antelope, you’ll find some challenges totally unique to this species. In fact taxonomically, they are not related to anything else in the world. Not a true antelope and not related to other deer species like elk or moose, the American pronghorn is one of a kind. 

Antelope are perhaps best known for their excellen[...]

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Last Chance to Apply for Wyoming Antelope and Deer

The deadline is approaching to apply for Wyoming antelope and deer licenses for 2017. Applications must be submitted by May 31. If you’d like to hunt in Wyoming this year, now is the time to plan your hunt!

In most of our antelope hunting units, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has increased license numbers for the 2017 season due to healthy herds, high fawn recruitment and low winter-kill. The harsh winter at high elevations in w[...]

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Wyoming Wolves Back Under State Management

P.C.: SNS Guide Jim Bernardin.

In a decision that should come as a welcome relief to hunters, the United States Court of Appeals has finally removed Wyoming’s wolves from federal protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Wolf management is now in the hands of the state.

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Excellent Antelope Conditions and Increased License Numbers

This year in Wyoming, much of the talk has been about severe winter conditions at high elevations in the western part of the state. But while certain areas in the high country have received heavy snow, it’s a far different story over on the eastern flank of the Rockies and across the plains.

Amid the buzz about a rough winter for high country mule deer, we are currently anticipating one of our best years for antelope in recent history[...]

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Wyoming Winter Range and Wildlife Conditions Update

As western states continue to accumulate snowpack in the high country, there has been a great deal of buzz about threatening winter conditions for wildlife. Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve received many questions from clients about our winter conditions here in Wyoming and how that’s impacting wildlife. Here’s a quick update.

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