We work with some great outfitters all across Texas.
Hunting in Texas
Approximately 97 percent of Texas is privately owned, and the state’s landowners long ago learned hunters are willing to pay for access to tracts with good native game, and/or exotics populations. Texas hunters face three options: hunt public land, become a member of a hunting lease or club, or use the services of a guide or outfitter, and that’s where we come in. Texas deer hunting is great! It’s is one of the top 10 states for Boone and Crockett whitetail entries, so depending on where/how you’re hunting, trophy quality can be good to amazing. Texas has over the counter tags and license, but you must have taken a hunter education class if you were born after September, 1 1971.
You’ll see a lot of deer. For some reason Texas is crawling with whitetail deer, and actually has one of the largest deer herds in the country with three to four million animals. It doesn’t look like it could hold as many animals as it does.
Our hunters have had great success on our West Texas free range aoudad hunt.