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  • Hog Ram Combo Hunts in Texas – Bart Takes Care of Business

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    Hog Ram Combo Hunts in Texas

    Bart the young man with the Texas Dall pictured above was recently given our Hog Ram Combo Hunts in Texas  as a Christmas gift. We started out hunting his ram and we found a dall that was good for his hunt as we drove through the pasture. We made a plan to stalk in and try to get a shot on the ram. As we made the stalk I lost sight of the ram and could not tell if he spooked or just moved out of sight. I told him lets go ahead and stalk on around to the road and as we did we looked up a lane in the brush and he was there. We still needed to get to a better lane to get a shot. As Bart worked around to the opening the ram was getting ready to run but before he could Bart made an excellent shot and dropped him. After the Ram was done and skinned Bart spent the rest of his  Hog Ram Combo Hunts in Texas chasing pork and found success. Congrats Bart on a good hunt we look forward to hunting with you in the future.


    Hog Ram Combo Hunts in Texas

  • Texas Dall Hunts in Texas – Kevin Scores Big

    Texas Dall Hunts in Texas –

    Texas Dall Hunts in Texas

    Kevin Made his way back to the Hill Country from East Texas again and this time one of the hunts on his list was Texas Dall Hunts in Texas. Kevin and crew got off work late so they didn’t make it into camp till late so I told the guys to sleep in a little and we would go start with Kevin going on his first Texas Dall Hunts in Texas. Kevin hadn’t gotten his gun out of the case and said lets go look at some sheep and see what we can find. I told him he better bring the gun that the Texas Dall I had in mind was a big one I didn’t think he would think twice about him. Kevin assured me he was confident it would be a good one but he figured better look around a little. We made our way into the ram pasture and mad a lap. I told the guys I would get out and check out a fence line and for the guys to watch a couple of openings for any of our sheep to come through. After some walking and looking we where not having any luck. As we decided to get out and walk the creek bed I look up and the Big Texas Dall was standing 50 yards up the tree line from the truck. I handed Kevin my Binoculars and he took a look. ” Well…lets go get the gun” was Kevin’s reply. We made our way back to the lodge to get a gun and bullets and made our way back to officially begin Kevin’s Texas Dall Hunts in Texas. We made our way back around to where we had last seen the big Texas Dall and of course nothing there. I though to myself man we might be here for  a while now he knows we are after him. Well I pulled the truck up a little so we could get out and stalk this monster Texas Dall and that opened another small lane we couldn’t see from where we had been looking. There he was standing there looking at us getting ready to bolt at any given moment. Kevin quickly got his rifle out the window and we figured that getting out would spook him and we would be chasing the Texas Dall. As the ram turned I told Kevin there he is take him. Boom … and off the ram went. I was worried that the big boy had run off and we would be tracking but as soon as we got around a couple bushes we could already see that Kevin’s Texas Dall hunts in Texas was a success and his ram was laying 20 yards in front of us. Congrats Kevin on an exciting Texas Dall Hunts in Texas what a way to start the trip I knew it would only get better from there!!

  • Ram Hunts In Texas – Father & Son Score Big

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    We recently had Jaime and his son in camp to partake in some ram hunts in Texas. Jaime scored on a nice black ram on the first day of his Ram Hunts in Texas and we worked hard the rest of the trip to get his son on a nice dall and managed to get within archery range a couple of times but he just could not close the deal. On the last afternoon of their Ram hunts in Texas The rifle came out of the case and the ram hunts in Texas came to a successful close. Congrats guys on a couple nice rams.Ram hunts in Texas


  • Ram hunts in Texas – Ramathon

    Ram Hunts in Texas –

    Ram Hunts in Texas

    We had Gary, John, Matt and Bryan in camp over the weekend for some ram hunts in Texas and to take a look at some exotics if we could get the rams hunts in Texas completed in enough time. Well I think it might have been the quickest 4 man ram hunts in texas I have ever been a part of. We mad a round through the pasture to try to find a group of rams and as we came up the hill to the gate they were all laying down in the shade to our left. As they stood up they ran across the road in front of us and made the mistake of stopping in the opening. Boom … Bryan connected on a nice black hawiian ram on his ram hunts in texas. We pulled up and the rams were stopped looking back at us. Boom … Matt connected on a nice Texas Dall. John and Gary jumped off with Josh Johnson one of our guides and tried to catch up with the group. With two rams down we proceeded to stalk the rest of the herd. As we got up the hill they were working down the fence line right to left and Gary and John didn’t waste any time. After a couple more shots we had 4 rams down. Great job guys and we were off to pig hunt and possibly look at an exotic or Two.

  • Texas Dall Hunts in Texas – Coby’s Texas Dall

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    Coby came to Texas from California with his Dad Gary and Grandpa Donald to Experience Texas Dall Hunts in Texas. Coby’s dad was in to hunt Aoudad and Grandpa was looking for a good Texas Ibex. The first evening we put Coby and Grandpa in a stand to try to shoot some pigs while we got started on Gary’s Aoudad hunt. After a couple hours in the blind we went back to get the hunters. All they had seen were whitetail so no hogs were seen. After a Chicken Fired Steak dinner the hunters settled in the lodge for the night. On the first morning Of Coby’s Texas Dall hunts in Texas we decided to go see if we could put a stalk on a good Texas Dall for Coby. We drove through the Pasture to get to a spot were we would have the wind in our favor for Coby’s Texas Dall hunts in Texas. After we got the wind in our face we got out of the truck and started to stalk through the pasture with hopes of finding Coby a good Texas Dall on the first morning of his Texas Dall hunts in Texas. We were making our way across the pasture when we finally spotted a small band of sheep feeding across an opening in front of us. We stalked in for a close look and made it in to about 75 yards and got Coby set up. As we glassed the sheep we found Coby a beautiful Texas Dall feeding in the middle of the heard. We got Coby set up on the sticks and told him to make sure he could see the Texas Dall through his scope. I told Coby to wait till he came clear of the others and then we would take him. I knew Coby was excited and all of our hearts sank a little when the rams must have seen us move a little and ran off into the brush. Well that feeling didn’t last long because the rams turned back around and made their way back to the opening Coby got set back up on the shooting sticks and got ready to complete his Texas Dall Hunts in Texas. As the Texas Dall Ram cleared the other sheep I told Coby to take the gun off Safety and he could shoot the Texas Dall when he had a good shot. Coby Squeezed the trigger and the bullet hit home hard. The Texas Dall laid down and the other sheep finally realizing what had happened made their way to the brush. As we approached we knew that Coby’s Texas Dall hunts in Texas were not quite over as the Bullet had hit him a little back and so we would need to finish him off. We figured it would be better to put him down with a smaller rifle so we got the .22 out of the truck and finished the job. Coby could finally pose with his Trophy Texas Dall. After some pictures we made our way to the skinning rack and got the Texas Dall  skinned and ready for the Taxidermist so Coby will be able to remember his Texas Dall hunts in Texas for the rest of his life. Congrats Coby on a great Texas Dall Hunts in Texas.

  • Exotics Hunts In Texas – The Australians Hunt Exotics

    Exotics hunts in Texas – The Australians Exotics Hunt – We had the pleasure of hosting an avid hunter from half way around the world, Paul and his son where great company and came all the way to Texas to hunt exotics. Leaving Australia in late July they made their way to Disney and a slew of other tourist type places with the rest of the family. After making their way to Texas Paul and his young son left the rest of the family with relatives and made their way to the ranch for some exotics hunting and some calling for predators if we where up to it after the long days of hunting the exotics Paul had expressed interest in hunting. First evening we planned to go do a little calling and see if we could get a couple of fox and maybe a bobcat. Well the fox cooperated but the cats must have gotten the memo. So after some good shooting by Paul we had a couple of greys in the bed of the truck and figured we better go get some rest. First morning Paul wanted to go look for some exotics he was in search of a gold medal Texas Dall and possibly a Black Hawaiian if we could find one. So after some looking we found a small group of rams and the good black Hawaiian was in the group. We got out and put a stalk on the Black Hawaiian ram. Well after bumping the group a couple times we were able to get a shot on the Black Hawaiian ram. Paul’s shot rang true and we had the first animal down on their Texas exotics hunt.








    Exotics hunts In Texas – Day 2 with the Australians – After another night of reducing the grey fox population and stumbling across a ringtail we were up and going bright and early in search of a Texas Dall Ram. Didn’t take long to get on the main group and pick out a big one. Once again we stalked in and Paul put a good shot on him. Sometimes even a good shot can turn into a well dare I say fiasco. Well a couple more shots and we are standing over Paul’s Trophy Texas Dall Ram. Well after a quick gut job Paul asked about Aoudad. We had seen a couple on the first day of our exotics hunt. After a short discussion and some lunch we where off to find the Aoudad. After a short drive through the pasture we found a big group of rams, ewes and babies mixed together. After further examination we determined no shooters in the main group. So it was time to beat the brush in search for the band of big rams that we figured must have struck out on their own. After a couple of pushes we had not turned up the better Aoudad. We were beginning to think they were nowhere to be found when we just happen to turn through an area we had driven around a couple times. There they where no time for a stalk as Paul already had the gun out the window and was asking which one. After a quick look we determined the one on the right was the best Aoudad we had seen all day. We all agreed on the one on the right and the shot rang out with a big thud and sent the Aoudad crashing to the ground. After a high five we turn back and the Aoudad jumps up and takes off. No time to get the gun up for a second shot. Here we go… just going to be one of those days where you can’t catch a break. After numerous replays of what had just happened we decided to go and inspect the fall area and get on the blood trail. After a few hours of searching with only finding a couple of drops of blood we decide to call off the search. Lesson learned Aoudad are tough buggers put another one in them even if they drop like a ton of bricks. After a long quite ride back to the lodge we were all pretty bummed as well as tired from hunting Exotics.










    Exotics hunts in Texas – Day 3 with the Australians – With 2 nights of hunting and two full days of hunting in the books everyone was pretty run down and morale was low after the Aoudad hunt earlier in the day. So after making a plan to go back and take everyone and look for the Aoudad I think we all felt a little better. We decided to go and make a couple stands calling and then do some sharp shooting on some rabbits. Well after a couple of stands we decided the 30 MPH gusting wind is not ideal weather for calling so we decided to go find some unsuspecting rabbits. In no time at all we were chasing jack rabbits all over the flat. After about 100 rounds of .22 ammo we decide it is enough and we should get a little rest. So Day three finds us splitting and a couple of the guys going back and looking for the Aoudad and Paul wanted to check out the Black Buck population. So after a couple phone calls we decide to run up and look at blackbuck. We found some females right away and after looking around them no males. So we press on Paul and his son wanted to get on the road by noon so we were running low on time. Finally a nice blackbuck tending to a couple does is standing about 50 yards out. While we are deciding if this was our black buck or if we needed to press on the managed to get around a bend and work their way to about 200 yards. We decide it is now or never so we slide a little closer to give Paul a reasonable shot. And luckily Paul is not one to get down on himself or compound problems. Put the hammer down!! Nice Job Paul!!  So three days and three nights of hunting in Texas and Paul and son were ready to make their way to Austin to put the hurt on Cabelas!! Final Tally Texas Dall, Black Hawaiian, Blackbuck, too many fox to count and a ring tail. Oh and good news we found the Aoudad and where able to get another bullet in him. I called Paul and let him know the good news. That definitely made him feel a lot better about the previous day’s experience. Congrats Paul on some great trophy exotics and we look forward to the next trip to the states to hunt exotics.

  • Texas Dall Hunts in Texas – James’ Texas Dall Hunt

    Texas Dall hunts in Texas – James from East Texas had called us late in 2011 and booked a hunt for the endangered Scimitar horned Oryx. A couple of weeks before his Oryx hunt was scheduled we got a call that James was going to have to have back surgery and would not be able to make it on the oryx hunt. With already collecting a deposit on his oryx hunt we wanted to work with James and decided we would let him keep the deposit and since the deadline for oryx was going to pass before James could get over his surgery and make his way to the ranch. We asked James if there where any other animals on the list he might have an interest in? Of course there was and we managed to narrow it down to a few options. So when James Finally made it to the ranch In Late August after surgery and recovery we made the decision to go after a Trophy class Texas Dall. After months of working on rescheduling and deciding which animal James would hunt he was finally on the ranch hunting. After a short walk out into the pasture the Texas Dall Ram James was after was among the first group of Texas dall Sheep We came across. James settled the crosshairs on the Texas Dalls shoulder and pulled the trigger. After months of working together and planning James had Finally made it out to the ranch not to hunt his initial animal but we where able to work with James and Get him a very nice Gold Medal Texas Dall Ram. Congratulations James and we are glad you got to come when you did and we hope you enjoyed your Texas Dall Ram Hunt. We look forward to hunting with James in the Future.

  • Texas Dall Hunts in Texas

    Texas Dall Hunts in Texas

    Marvin Temple decided he wanted to take a Texas Dall Ram with his Muzzleloader.  We knew we would have to get close but we didn’t know exactly how close it would be.  Our guide Josh Johnson put a stalk on a group of good rams and he and Marvin picked out the biggest Texas Dall in the group.  Josh and Marvin hid behind a little group of Mountain Laurel and waited on the rams to pass by.  As the Texas Dall worked his way toward them Josh and Marvin noticed that he was extremely close.  At 20 yards Marvin put the crosshairs on the ram’s shoulder and let it eat!











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