PBGSO offers year round trophy Beisa Oryx hunts in Texas. The Beisa Oryx hunts in Texas are generally conducted in the Hill Country region within a 1 to 2 hour drive from the San Antonio airport. The Beisa Oryx originates from East Africa and is also known as the East African Oryx. The beisa once was thought to be a sub species of the Gemsbok, however, it is not. We have we have access to some of the finest specimens available, allowing us to offer year round Beisa Oryx hunts in Texas.
PBGSO Beisa Oryx hunts in Texas allow our clients the opportunity to harvest trophy Beisa Oryx. PBGSO has access to some of the top ranches for Beisa Oryx hunts in Texas. These Texas Beisa Oryx hunts can be conducted by safari style, spot and stalk, or blind hunting and the animals can be harvested by your method of choice; rifle, bow, handgun, or muzzleloader.
For more info on Pope Brothers Beisa Oryx Hunts in Texas you can email email@example.com or you can call or text Clay Pope 956-763-3232.
Upon booking your hunt, a 50% non-refundable deposit is required to hold your dates. License fees are not included in any of our hunt package prices. Remainder of the hunt balance and any required license fees, are due when you arrive on the first day of your hunt. Any extra animals or costs can be paid for on an as we go basis or at the end of your hunt. All hunt deposits are non-refundable. No exceptions! However, when acts of God meaning the weather, and circumstances out of our control are present, we will use our discretion to work with you to reschedule or put your deposit towards another hunt. We do not refund hunt deposits.
To book your Axis hunts in Texas we require a deposit of your daily rates or 50% of your package hunt price.
PBGSO has an all inclusive daily rate of $250 per day per hunter during our hunts in Texas. Non hunting guests are always welcome and can be added for $150 per day per guest. Each animal harvested will have a trophy fee.
For more information, please fill out the form below or contact Clay Pope at 956.763.3232.