Texas Aoudad Hunts
Aoudad hunting from a blind or spot-and-stalk in the Texas Hill Country.
Hunt free-ranging Aoudad sheep on 2000 acres bordering the a 25,000 acre Devil’s River State Park.
Auodad sheep hunting is “real sheep hunting” on a budget. The most affordable sheep hunt in North America.
I’ve been to some other ranches throughout Southern Texas but this hunt was the most enjoyable and successful I’ve had by far.” -Steve Brettell
These aoudad hunts are conducted either from a blind over feed or on foot by spot-and-stalk. You will be out by 6am and hunt until around 10am, come in for breakfast and then set out again at 11:30am, returning at 3pm. The final hunt of the day is from 5pm to dark.
You can hunt aoudad sheep in Texas year-round.
Success Rates and Trophy Quality
Success rates are 100%. Trophy quality is very good with some aoudad measuring over 28″.
There are many species of exotics available on this Texas ranch including Axis deer; Barbados sheep; and Mouflon sheep. Native game includes: Whitetail deer, doves, turkey and Javelina.
Ask us about the corporate hunting packages which allow your firm to go on multiple hunts throughout the season.”
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Most hunters fly to Del Rio, Texas. The outfitter or one of the guides will provide free pick up and return to the airport. Helicopter service is available.
While you are aoudad hunting, you will stay in a Texas ranch house, with western decor. There are two single beds in every room, and they try to keep the number of guests hunting at any one time to a maximum of five, this way everyone gets plenty of Texas hospitality.
They have a 5 star chef that will even prepare a menu before your arrival that we send to you ahead of time. With this in hand, you can brag to all of your friends about what’s in store for you.
When you’re not hunting, there’s hiking, skeet shooting, exploring the Devil’s River State Park next door, as well as riding 4-wheelers and mules. They also have a full rifle range so you can zero-in your rifle prior to hunting.