KVR’s professional guides will put you on plenty of Trophy Axis Bucks before you decide to take a shot. We have taken great care in establishing a breeding herd of Trophy Axis Deer from the best genetics available. At the KVR, we hunt Big Axis Deer year round as there are no seasonal restrictions on hunting the Axis Deer in Texas. When hunting Axis Deer, we typically let our hunters choose the method of hunting that they prefer, if applicable. Hunters can choose Spot and Stalk with Bow, Rifle, Handgun or Black Powder. Additionally, hunters may choose Safari Style Hunting as well as traditional Texas style hunting from one of of our executive Blinds. We can accommodate hunters of any age and experience level. We love to have 1st 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.

Our average Trophy Axis has main beams in the 30-32-inch range. We currently have a few very large Axis Deer with main beams in the 35+ inch range that are offered as “Record Axis Deer”.




A world class hunt experience
First Class Accommodations in our Rustic Hunter’s cabin
Fully Stocked Bar at the KVR Hunter’s cabin
Field Dressing and Transportation of your animal to Taxidermist/Meat Processor
Access to the Stocked Ponds for Fishing


Record Axis Deer (Gold Medal) Fee – $3500
Trophy Axis Deer (Averages 30 inches) – $2500
Axis Cull Buck Trophy Fee – $1495
Axis Doe Trophy Fee – $500

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.


Optional extra nights at the KVR Hunter’s cabin with Family and Guests
Optional Additional Hunting for other game animals during your stay with us
Optional Skinning, Capping, and Quartering available.

Double Nickle Taxidermy:

Shoulder - $535
Lifesize - $2990


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.