BISON HUNTING RANCHES:
South Dakota Bison Hunts
This true western ranch hunt experience is a wonderful off-season chance to fill your freezer with some of the healthiest meat available. You will spend two nights on the ranch while guided to your bison on over 7,000 acres of a 4th generation working cattle ranch. You can hunt your buffalo with a bow, black powder rifle or large caliber rifle.
Hunt the same plains country where “Dances With Wolves” was filmed.
- Fully guided ranch hunt on 3 1/2 square miles of native prairie land.
- Trophy bull hunt or cow/meat hunt.
- Ranch house accommodations and home cooked meals.
- You keep hide, skull and all the meat.
- They also offer a special upgrade that allows you to do the hunt on horseback, for those looking for the ultimate western experience.
- Contact us for pricing and availability.
This is a true western ranch hunt experience. A wonderful off-season chance to fill your freezer with some of the healthiest meat available.
You can hunt the animal of your choice ranging from a trophy bull, younger bull, meat cow or even a yearling calf. Don’t underestimate the size and looks of a cow as they too produce large amounts of meat, a beautiful hide and a nice skull for mounting. After you have shot your bison, they will transport your animal to a processing facility nearby that specializes in bison. You keep all your buffalo meat!
Texas Bison Hunting Ranches
With relationships with ranches all over Texas, we can tailor a hunt to fit what you are looking for. We do offer hunts for record book animals and also have packages that can fit any budget, for almost any exotic species, not just bison.
The great thing about hunting in Texas, is you can hunt everything from bison to zebra.
- Bison can be hunted year round in Texas, however they have their best coat during the winter months.
- Most of our hunts are in the Texas Hill Country, within just a few hours of the San Antonio airport.
- Hunt safari style, spot-and-stalk, or from a blind.
- Use your choice of rifle, bow handgun, or muzzleloader.
- A limited number of white bison are available yearly in Texas.
- Meat hunts are also available.
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Let's start planning your hunt!
When you’re ready to start planning your hunt, just contact us or fill out the form on this page. Be sure to let us know exactly what you have in mind, and we’ll do our best to help you find the perfect outfitter and get it booked.
Our hunters enjoy great success.
My long awaited trip to northern Alberta to hunt free range bison was a resounding success. What a hunt!
For anyone looking for a different kind of adventure I would highly recommend this wood buffalo hunt! My father and I hunted in May. We found the outfitter to a very hard working guide. He was very familiar with the area and was honest. (No BS. To deal with!). Most bison hunts are quite easy, not this one you actually have to hunt for them up here! These animal can disappear with a couple strides into the timber! Of course the animals size is a little overwhelming larger than the bison in the lower 48. Both my father and I connected on our trophies! Another awesome opportunity that you have in this hunt to kill a wolf! We saw lots of sign but left right after we harvested our bison. Something we both regret!!! The hunt is great for a couple buddies or a father & son like we did. We hope to hunt with him again in the near future.
In January, 2018 I had the privilege to do a free range wood- bison/timberwolf hunt in Northern Alberta. It was a wonderful experience,and although we could not hunt for five consecutive days because of extreme cold weather, I still had a great opportunity to shoot a beautiful, almost white timber wolf, and on the last morning of the last day Kevin spotted a very old looking, massive wood-bison bull. Unfortunately, because of over excitement and sheer stupidity of myself I was not able to bag the animals: I missed the wolf at approximately 200 meters because of faulty stupid gun handling in a moment of overexcitement, and certainly did not hit the Bison Bull with my bullet were I should have, so he got away in the safe sanctuary of the national park. Kevin assured me, that most probably the timber wolves will track and kill him quite soon, but still it was and still is a terrible feeling…
I can highly recommend him and his company. One last advice: “USE ENOUGH GUN” (.375 Calibre upwards), and go for a winter Hunt.