Texas Aoudad Hunts
A keen sense of smell, incredible hearing, and a coat that perfectly matches their surrounding makes Texas aoudad hunts one of the most challenging hunts out there.
Texas aoudad hunts are much like hunting Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep or Desert bighorns.
Patience is a virtue, as long periods of glassing is required to spot sheep that blend in amazingly well with their surroundings. Guides will spend as much time as necessary locating a mature ram. Once a good ram is spotted, it requires a successful, well planned stalk to get within shooting range.
Aoudad sheep in Texas are the best value in the sheep hunting world.
- Over the Counter. NO DRAW REQUIRED!
- Best value in the sheep hunting world.
- Spot and stalk hunting at it’s best.
- Hunting season is November through February.
- High success rates on trophy rams.
- Aoudad hunts in West Texas are almost all free range, fair chase. Fenced hunts are also available.
Aoudad Hunts in West Texas
Aoudad hunts in West Texas are free range, true mountain sheep hunts for a fraction of the cost.
Texas aoudad hunts are special. These animals have a large wild population even though they’re an introduced species…and hunters are the benefactors. They offer a chance for the average hunter to go on a true mountain sheep hunt at a fraction of the cost. If you’ve considered hunting aoudad sheep in Texas, the time is NOW! The cost will only continue to go up. We’d love to help, get in touch with us to start planning.
- 100% shot opportunity the last few years.
- High success rates on trophy rams. 28 to 30 inch+ rams are a realistic expectation. A 32+ inch ram was taken a few years ago, and bigger rams have since been spotted.
- Stay in a comfortable Western Bunkhouse.
Texas aoudad hunts can be done with any weapon you choose. While archery hunting is possible, and an experienced bowhunter can get within bow range, bowhunting for aoudad is tough. You will be faced with situation to either shoot long distance, or a long stalk to shorten the distance. The problem with the second option is if you lose sight of your ram while trying to get closer, he may have naturally moved off as they move often. A rugged, rocky-outcropping perfectly conceals the aoudad rams, while the mountainous desert landscape and fluctuating wind and temperature variations provide the hunter with little assistance in their pursuit.