THE TROPHY AUDAD EXPERIENCE

 

KVR’S professional guides will you put you on a Trophy Aoudad Sheep you’ll be proud to hang on your wall. Trophy Aoudad Rams are hunted all year as there is no season restrictions on hunting the Barbary Sheep in Texas.

We typically let our hunters choose the method of hunting Trophy Aoudad Sheep that they prefer. Hunters of Trophy Aoudad Sheep can choose the Spot and Stalk method, Rifle Hunting, Black Powder, Safari Style Hunting, as well as traditional Texas style hunting from a Blind.We can accommodate hunters of any age and experience level, and we love to have first time hunters of any age join us…we take great pride in helping to educate children and beginner hunters about the ethical responsibilities of hunting.

The Aoudad Rams that we hunt are all trophy class, and the average Aoudad Sheep hunt is 3 days. The Aoudad Sheep we harvest average 30 inch horns with some very large Aoudad Rams going upwards of 35 inches.

 

 Package

A world class hunt experience
Accommodations at the KVR Hunter’s cabin
Fully Guided Hunt
Field Dressing of Animals Harvested
Transportation of your animal to a local Taxidermist/Meat Processor
Stocked Bar at the Hunter’s cabin
Access to Stocked Ponds for Fishing

TROPHY AUDAD SHOOT RATES:

Trophy Fee – $3750

Trophy Fees are in addition to $100 per day which covers All-Inclusive Hunt Package.

Non-hunting guests may accompany the hunter for an additional $100 per day which covers lodging and amenities.

PACKAGE OPTIONS:

Catered Meals
Additional Hunting for other Game Animals
Skinning, Capping, and Quartering of Animals Harvested
Extra Nights at the KVR Hunter’s cabin with Family and Guests

Double Nickle Taxidermy:

Shoulder - $565
Lifesize - $2995

SEASON:

Exotic animal refers to grass-eating or plant-eating, single-hoofed or cloven-hoofed mammals that are not indigenous or native to Texas and are known as ungulates, including animals from the deer and antelope families that landowners have introduced into this state. Includes, but is not limited to feral hog, Aoudad sheep, Axis deer, Elk, Sika deer, Fallow deer, Blackbuck antelope, Nilgai antelope, and Russian boar. There are no state bag or possession limits or closed seasons on exotic animals or fowl on private property.

It is against the law to:

• Hunt an exotic without a valid hunting license.
• Hunt an exotic on a public road or right-of-way.
• Hunt an exotic without the landowner’s permission.
• Possess an exotic or the carcass of an exotic without the owner’s consent.


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