• Hog

    Hogs are an invasive species and can be hunted year around. We are constantly at war with these wild animals. Hogs breed like crazy (1-2 times a year with 5-6 babies on average). 

  • Whitetail Doe

    Native to Texas and there are only native deer are on the property. Whitetail deer are the smallest of the North American deer.

  • Texas Dall

    Texas Dall Sheep are a hybrid cross between Mouflon ewes and Rambouillet rams. Texas Dalls were first bred for hunting. Now, these animals offer much more. They are marketed for meat, show, and pasture clearing.

  • Black Hawaiian

    Black Hawaiians are believed to be a cross between Mouflon and black hair sheep from Hawaii or a dilution of the red color gene from Barbados. 

  • Corsican

    They are described as a cross between the Barbados blackbelly sheep and the Mouflon sheep. The horn on a ram can vary from a tight curl similar to a Mouflon sheep or a wide and flaring horn.

  • Jacob Four Horn

    Jacob Sheep are named after Jacob in the Bible. Genesis 30:40 says “And Jacob did separate the lambs, and set the faces of the flocks toward the ringstraked, and all the brown in the flock of Laban; and he put his own flocks by themselves, and put them not unto Laban’s cattle.” They are actually able to grow 2-6 horns.

  • Painted Desert

    The Painted Desert Sheep is a cross between Mouflon, Merino, Rambouillet, and Texas Blackbelly sheep. The result is a beautiful multi-colored Corsican sheep that was bred specifically for hunting purposes. Paints have multiple colors and patterns.

  • Racka

    The Racka Ram, Hortobágy Racka (Ovis aries strepsiceros hungaricus) is a breed of sheep known for its unusual spiral horns. This breed is unique with both sexes possessing long spiraling shaped horns.

  • Catalina

    What Catalina Goats lack in speed they make up for in their ability to climb out of harms way. These animals are easily spooked and will climb over the hills and valleys. This makes for a great hunt.

  • Mouflon

    A species regarded as one of the two original ancestors of modern-day sheep. Their coat is reddish-brown and short-haired, and a dark stripe runs along their back, with lighter colored patches on the side. They are very wary animals!

  • Red Sheep

    Most Red Sheep are hybrids of the Armenian Mouflon and the Transcaspian Urial.  The only naturally occurring Red Sheep are Iranian Red Sheep located in Iran’s Alborz Mountains. They are extremely skittish and will run at the sign of any danger no matter what the distance. A very challenging hunt that lots of hunters enjoy!

  • Blackbuck

    Blackbucks are one of the most territorial antelopes and will often fight to the death. These antelopes are extremely fast and can reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. Blackbucks are beautiful animals and offer a great hunt.

  • Axis Deer

    They are also known as the “Chital Deer” and “Spotted Deer.” Axis are the most abundant exotic species in Texas and are fast deer, running up to 40 miles an hour. Axis venison has great-tasting game meat. Our favorite Axis venison are burgers and bacon-wrapped jalapeño poppers!

  • Fallow

    Fallows come in three general colors. Our ranch is home to both Chocolate and Spotted Fallow. We wil be adding White Fallow very soon to our herd. The call of a Fallow is a very interesting noise and easily identifiable on the ranch. Fallow bucks love to fight and can often be seen in a little brawl.

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Come Fish!

We offer day fishing passes that include river or stocked pond fishing. You can bring your kayak, wade or stand on the bank. Contact Derek 817-925-1999