Texas Exotic Hunts

With no closed season, or bag limit, Texas Exotic Hunts are a year around event!  According to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department “the term exotic refers to medium to large sized non-indigenous or non-native mammals and birds that landowners have introduced onto Texas ranches and properties in either a confined or free-ranging status.” In 1930 the King Ranch became the first ranch to release exotics when they released a group of nilgai antelope.  Today there’s an estimated 67 different species of exotics with over 160,000 animals in 137 of Texas’ 254 counties.  Approximately 68% of these exotic animals are in the Texas Hill Country, and I’m fortunate to have access to some of the best exotic game ranches in the Texas Hill Country , and be able to offer some of the best Texas exotic hunts in the state.

In 2015 my hunters harvested the new #7 (TGR) all time fallow buck as well as the 13th largest axis buck, for the year, taken in Texas!

Texas Exotic Hunts – General Information

When hunting exotics you pay a daily rate plus a trophy fee for animal(s) harvested.  Trophy fees can vary greatly from ranch to ranch, so make sure you do your homework and compare animal sizes.  The old adage of “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” definitely applies to trophy fees for Texas exotic hunts.  If, for example, the majority of ranches are selling axis bucks for $2500 and you find a hunt for $1500 it would probably be worth your time to compare success rates and average sizes of their trophies before you book your hunt.

Make sure to read my FAQs before you book. It has all the details about my hunts.

Texas Exotic Hunts – Daily Rates

Daily rates will vary from ranch to ranch, but are typically $250/hunter/day depending on amenities and services included.

Included in daily rates for all Texas Exotic Hunts:

  • Meals
  • Lodging
  • Guide
  • Transportation around the ranch
  • Field care of your trophy animal(s)

Not included in daily rates for all Texas Exotic Hunts:

Additional services available for all Texas Exotic Hunts:

  • Non-hunting guests – $175/person/night
  • Airport pickup – $150/person (minimum 3 people)
  • Skinning & quartering of your trophy – $100/animal
  • Caping & freezing hide for transport home – $50/animal

Also make sure to take a look at my recommended hunting gear list.

Click here to book your Texas Exotic Hunt!

Texas Exotic Hunts Pricelist

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

Axis Deer: $2500+ (best  May – August)

Addax: $6000

Blackbuck Antelope: $2750+

Black Hawaiian Sheep: $1500

Blue Wildebeest: $6000

Catalina Goat: $1500

Common Eland: $5500

Corsican Sheep: $1500

Fallow Deer: $3250+ (September – February)

Jacobs 4 Horned Sheep: $2000

Japanese Sika Deer: $2500 (September – February)

Kudu: $15500+

Mouflon Sheep: $5500+

Red Sheep: $3000

Red Stag: $4250 & Up (September – February)

Scimitar Horned Oryx: $4500

Zebra: $5500

Prices subject to change without notice.

Call for availability of other animals


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