Hunting in Texas

Whitetail Deer Hunting in TexasThe hunting in Texas is some of the best in the country, if not the world.  Texas has long been know as a premier destination for whitetail hunts, but with almost 70 different species of exotics available, the hunting in Texas never stops!  Over my 9 years of hunting professionally I’ve been fortunate enough to acquire some of the best ranches in the state and can tailor your hunt to your specific wants/desires.  Whether you’re looking to hunt the famous Brush County of South Texas for big native whitetail, chase turkeys or exotics in the Texas Hill Country, or hunt big free range aoudad, bison, elk (yes there are free range elk in Texas…big elk) or mule deer in West Texas I’ve got the country and can put together the adventure of a lifetime for your or your family/group. With lengthy seasons for native game animals, no closed season on exotics, abundant game, and over the counter licenses it’s tough to beat the hunting in Texas!

What’s required to go hunting in Texas?

A valid Texas hunting license is required to hunt any animal(s) in Texas.

My standard “RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT” must also be signed prior to your hunt.

How do I book my hunt?

To book a hunt with me it’s pretty simple.  Just call me on my cell (210.602.3118), or email me (, and once we decide on dates for your hunt, and I receive your check for your deposit, I’ll send you my standard contract (for my international clients we will discuss payment methods when you call to book your hunt).  You will sign and date the contract and mail it back to me.  When I receive your signed and dated contract I’ll execute it and mail a copy back to you for your records.

Final Payment of balance:

All final payments of trophy fees or the balance due for your hunt is to be paid in cash, cashier check or money order.  Personal checks will not be accepted for final payment(s).

If you want get more information about hunting in Texas, contact me here!

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Hunting in Texas – Prices


Management Deer To Be Decided By Guide. No Set Number Of Points Or B&C Score

Management Hunt: $3,500

140 1/8″ to 149 7/8″ B&C: $4,500

150 to 159 7/8″ B&C: $5,500

160 to 164 7/8 B&C: $6,500

165 to 169 7/8″ B&C: $7,500

170″ + B&C: Call For Pricing


Rio Grande Turkey (2 Birds): $1200

Trophy Free Range Bison: $5,500

Meat Bison: Call For Pricing

Pronghorn: $4,500

Texas Desert Mule Deer: $6,500 – $7,500

Texas Desert Bighorn: Call For Pricing


All animals below can be hunted year round U.N.O.

Axis Deer: $2,500+ (best  May – August)

Addax: $6,000

Blackbuck Antelope: $2,500

Black Hawaiian Sheep: $1,500

Blue Wildebeest: $5,500

Catalina Goat: $1,500

Common Eland: $5,500

Corsican Sheep: $1,500

Fallow Deer: $3,250+ (September – February)

Jacobs 4 Horned Sheep: $2,000

Japanese Sika Deer: $2,500 (September – February)

Kudu: $12,500

Mouflon: $3,000

Red Sheep: $3,750

Red Stag: $4,500+ (September – February)

Scimitar Horned Oryx: $4,500

Zebra: $5,000

Prices subject to change without notice.

Call for availability of other animals.

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