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Welcome to the Broken Point Ranch and Bowhunting West Texas! This is a bowhunting ranch designed and set up for bowhunting by a bowhunter. We are a family owned ranch near Abilene, gateway to West Texas.
Broken Point Ranch is in the historic Mulberry Canyon, centered between two flat-top mesas that run for more than ninety miles. The ranch has widely varied terrain, huge oaks, cedar, mesquite, cactus and rolling plains. There are three creeks including Mulberry Creek, as well as several stock tanks and two windmills.
The hunters cabin is 900 square feet. Full kitchen facilities are available and are completely separate from the sleeping and living quarters. Just bring your sleeping bag! Meal plans are available upon request as well. We also have a lighted, covered skinning shed and a freezer available for your use. No pets please.
At the ALDO Ranch it’s all about the wildlife and memorable hunting times spent with friends and family. From sight-in to picture time, our game management plans and preparations are based on years of successful hunting experiences.
The ranch balances over 1000 acres of Edwards Plateau range country, and crop fields, water ways and wells, with food plots and supplemental feeding. Natural conditions combined with improved habitat provide the cover, nutrition, and water needs for healthy wildlife. Management of the ranch wildlife includes habitat improvements – brush clearing, native vegetation seeding targeted for wildlife, mineral licks, water distribution, census counts, and selective hunting based on conditions and records.
The ALDO Ranch received the Nolan County Soil & Water Conservation District?s Wildlife Conservationist 2006-2007 award. Member – Quality Deer Management Association, and Texas Wildlife Association.
The ALDO Ranch is located 22 miles south of Sweetwater (I-20) in Nolan County, one hour from Abilene, four hours west of Dallas.
Trinity Ranch is a 1200 Acre wildlife covered playground. We have a 10 foot game fence around the entire property. Our guided hunts can take you right to the action. Type of game include: whitetail deer, elk, axis deer, blackbuck antelope, barbados ram, feral hogs, varmints, bobcats, coyotes, fox, dove, quail, pheasant, sandhill cranes and turkey. We have so many options you can find something to hunt anytime of the year.
The Trinity Ranch is setup to meet the needs of a diverse set of hunters and desired trophies. Our ranch is under a high fence and strong game management program, making it a hunters dream for both quantity and quality of trophy game. Offering hunts for both a variety of species and budgets, there is surely a hunt to meet your needs at The Trinity Ranch.
With 1200 acres of rolling country, our hunters have opportunities to hunt everything from food plots to thick mesquite to high ridges. The terrain is the perfect habitat for a challenging hunt and experiencing God’s great outdoors. Located near both San Angelo and Abilene, our ranch is easily accessible to hunters from all over the country.
Bookmark Sweetwater Creek Ranch for your next outing. Corporate outings, groups and families are welcome.
Located just 20 miles west of Abilene, Texas, Sweetwater Creek Ranch comprises thousands of acres of prime dove, deer, quail and turkey hunting in Nolan, Fisher, Jones and Taylor Counties.
Finally a hunting ranch where you feel at home. You won’t have to feel like a paid guest. You’re at home at Sweetwater Creek Ranch. You get fully guided hunts for whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, and wild hogs. SCR leases are located in Fisher County, Nolan county, and Taylor County with most of our leases within 30 minutes or less from the Sweetwater Lodge.
If you love to hunt or simply want to get away from it all, Sweetwater Creek Ranch is the place for your next outdoor adventure. SCR offers full service hunting with that “good ol’ boy attitude” SCR dove leases are located in the heart of the flyway of migrating dove. It’s also a great location for many local fowl.
The basic mission of the Abilene Convention and Visitors Bureau is increase the number of guests who play, stay and return to Abilene. The Bureau supports local businesses and venues by actively encouraging individuals, event planners, and groups to discover the benefits available to them from choosing Abilene as their host destination. Whether visiting Abilene for business or pleasure, convention or competition the ACVB goal is to create and promote enjoyable, quality experiences through uncompromising customer service for our guests
Why You Should Hunt At Dos Plumas Ranch
Hello, and thanks for your interest in Dos Plumas Hunting Ranch.
I have been hunting for the past 40 years and have been to many different ranches. I have been to those I liked, and those I did not.
So I opened my own version of what I think most hunters are looking for in a ranch. A fair price, plenty of game, comfortable and spacious lodging, and no trophy fees awaits you at Dos Plumas Ranch.
I’ve always said that what a person says about my place when they leave is what’s important. Therefore, I live by the motto, “My success depends on your success.”
Our objective here at Dos Plumas is to offer the best value in a hunting operation to the everyday individual. We like to call ourselves “The Working Man’s Ranch”!
Come out and see us, and we’ll show you some genuine Texas hospitality. We look forward to seeing you on your next outdoor adventure.
SJL Outfitters offers high fence hunts for Native and Exotic wildlife in West Texas. Our base location is 20 miles South of Abilene in Ovalo, Texas. We do a limited number of hunts on ranches in the San Angelo and Big Lake areas as well.
ALL of our hunts are private ranch hunts, most are what we consider “privileged” hunts. These are ranches where the owners are actively managing and hunting their ranches themselves but don’t want to commercially hunt or lease their ranch, instead offer a few hunts a year to help support the feed bill.
We have a variety of whitetail hunts we can offer in West Texas. A hunt can be constructed to fit your budget and your needs just by asking.
SJL Outfitters is a small family operated Hunting operation. After years of operating a major hunting ranch in South Texas we have seen both customers and landowners needs change over the years. In order to keep doing what we love to do we’ve changed our packages and plans from “this is what we have” to “tell us what you want and we’ll provide it”.
The Knaus Ranch is located on the top ridge of a beautiful cedar and Spanish oak covered mountain top range known as the Callahan Divide, about 12 miles Southwest of Abilene, Texas and some 150 miles west of Fort Worth, and about 8 miles south of Interstate 20.
Abilene is a city of about 115,000 people and is located about 12 miles east of the ranch. The deer and turkey hunting area of the ranch is approximately 1500 acres The ranch’s fences are all low fences (as opposed to 9′ high game fences). All of our hunts are considered fair chase hunting.
We have a few real big trophy bucks, and quite a few regular size bucks up to 12 points. Some of these bucks will gross out about 200 lbs. And large flocks of Rio Grande Turkeys.
For folks that use GPS, our location is N32 18.425 W099 53.707 for the center point of the compound. A helicopter pad is available. The elevation of the pad is 2383′ above sea level. (Check in with a cell phone for exact landing instructions and pad location.) Cell phone number is 325 665 9444. The helicopter pad is just West of the bunk house about 200 Feet, but, within our compound.
The view from our camp is one of the most superb views of West Texas. Clear and clean Texas air, a beautiful mountain view, and beautiful country side. In late October and early November, the Oak leaves change to a bright red color with a few bright yellow leaves to spice it up. Spring time brings in all of the trees, flowers, grass, and food plots turning to deep green colors and the wild flowers at their most beautiful setting preparing for a color parade season before the summer heat arrives. The photo below is a view on a web cam looking out the main door toward the east.
We have no traffic, only the moan of a distant freight train, and the mating whistle of a bob-white quail makes the ranch not only fun, but very restful and relaxing. Then too, we have our local resident turkeys calling even here at the main compound. We don’t have many people to just ‘Drop By’. Being off the main road some 3 miles this far out; a passer-by must be coming to see us, or that traveler is just lost.
Our camp is in a remote area (on the very top of a mountain (The Callahanridge) and about 3 miles to the nearest road) however, the road to the highway is plenty good for arriving or departing is nearly all kinds of weather. We do have the best of both worlds with electricity, satellite and local TV, DSL for broad band computer contact. Central air and plenty of wonderful deep well water, and one of the most complete cooking facilities around this area (gas stoves, smokers, wood steak grills, micro ovens, etc, etc.)
The old Overland Stage Coach ruts are still visible crossing the ranch along with a few Indian arrowheads scattered here and there especially around the banks of the creeks, and some WWII shells and casings left over when the ranch was a part of Camp Barkley, a US Army facility during the second world war. The ranch’s front gate opens to an 1800’s cattle trail known as the Butterfield Trail. Now days that old trail is called ‘The Butterfield Highway or even some folks call it Texas Highway 277 to San Angelo, Texas. There is a lot of history both on and off the ranch here.
In 1991 We began rebuilding the fences, planting food plots for our wildlife (we have about 50 acres in plots), building the hunting blinds (we have 7 fully equipped-all weather blinds). These blinds are made of metal and insulated walls and ceiling plus a floor covering of thick carpet. The windows may be opened or closed and provide excellent viewing of the area.
Most of our hunters use a blind (or some folks call them ‘Hunting Houses) to work out of as a kind of headquarters. These blinds are especially handy for our deer and turkey hunters to have a central place to work out of and somewhere to go if you get wet, cold or hungry. You can stash your food, water, misc. other gear in the blind for a semi permanent location and hunt away from the blind in the canyons, creeks, etc. or you can hunt from the blinds. Each blind has at least one feeder in sight. The blinds are insulated and warm and they protect you from the winter winds, snow and rain.
All of our hunting areas are separated by fences. Each hunting area is about 160 acres, however, two of these hunting areas are 320 acres. Staying in a specific area and near or around the blind is especially important if the snow or fog gets thick and you simply can not see, but, we know where you are supposed to be and will come after you. Many people have ask ‘do cell phones work out here ?’. The answer is yes in most of all of our hunting areas. Sometimes you have to climb a little higher, but there is contact in every area that we hunt in. So good idea to bring your phone. AT&T seems to work best here, but SPRINT works in some of the area.
We now have 13 gravity flow feeders that we feed 20% protein for the deer and turkey during the early spring when animals are birthing or hatching. During the hunting seasons we usually add corn to the programmed feeding. I don’t really think that corn helps the deer but the corn serves more as a treat. The deer and turkeys seem to like the corn better than the straight protein. I suppose this somewhat applies to me too. I will continue to feed and take care of the deer and turkey with both corn and protein. During the Spring Turkey season we feed mostly milo or other similar grain by pouring the grain along to roads and near a water source.
Then, too, we feed a pickup load of bread about every 30 days for the turkeys, quail, dove, wild hogs, etc. Additionally, we have placed 5 new quail and dove feeders in strategic places. We have lots of quail, but the dove seem to move out the day dove season opens and we don’t see them until the season is over. We build all of our own feeders. These feeders are all pretty special as you will see. All of our feeder are gravity fed. None of the feeders are on a timer. I don’t really think that is fair.
Our bunkhouse and cook houses are complete with telephones, TV’s and central air and heat and DSL and Direct TV. The beds are 2 twin beds, 2 extra long twins, and two 3/4 beds. The bunkhouse is a four bedroom house, with a living room and two bathrooms with showers, sinks and johns. The usual things for all bath rooms. And summer, spring or winter we have central air and heat and a big fireplace that burns about anything. We usually use oak or mesquite or big stumps we find in the pasture. All buildings are No Smoking Areas”
We do have our fair share of snakes, horned toads, lizards, mountain boomers, mountain lions, bobcats, wild Hogs, and lots of road runners. Seems as though we have a sample of every bird, animal, reptile, and insect in the country. And, just recently one of our hunters shot the first javelina hogs in the area. I didn’t think we had the Mexican hogs, but now we have both the javelinas and the feral hogs. The feral hogs are much larger animals, but, they have no tusks and don’t smell as bad as the Mexican hogs. However, they are pretty good eating. Some of the hogs weigh up to 450 lbs. The good eating ones usually weigh about 200 lbs. These hogs are rough to hunt since they have very keen eye site and can smell a hunter about a mile away.
Are you looking for information on a guided hunt in Texas? Do you enjoy hunting bobcat, coyote, gray fox, raccoon, ringtail cat, javelina, feral hogs, or white tail deer or exotics – including but not limited to black buck, axis, aoudad, red deer, or fallow? If so, we have a hunt that will fit your needs. We offer guided hunts throughout the state for each of those varmints.
Since 1999 Vinson Ranches has provided guided hunting operations on premier ranches in Shackelford County of North Central Texas.
You will be hunting on 12,500 acres that consist of seven differing terrains – rugged canyons, rolling hills, sand post oak thickets, upland flats, live-oak thickets, cultivated fields and river bottoms. These diverse ecosystems offer the sportsman numerous options while providing excellent habitat for the abundant game that roam the ranches. No high fences or any released game, all animals are native to the area and are hunted under fair-chase conditions.
Your hunting trip should be more than harvesting an animal, it should be a quality hunting experience. Our professional guides give 110% to ensure the hunt of a lifetime! Our customers are our best advertisers. We want you to return to Vinson Ranches with your friends.
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A newly renovated Texas hunting lodge with landscaped surroundings that make Pear Tree the most talked about venue of Texas Whitetail deer hunting. Boasting over 3,000 acres of primitive wilderness, the Pear Tree has gone to great lengths to create the ultimate hunting destination. From our newly finished watering holes to the limestone rocks lining our southern corridor, we have spared no expense in making our landscape unique and unpredictable.
The new owner of the Pear Tree Ranch said recently, ?My goal was to create a hunting experience unparalleled in the Whitetail industry. I want my guests to experience the extreme hunting Pear Tree Game Ranch provides, while also enjoying the extreme luxury of the Texas Whitetail deer hunting lodge and surrounding exhibit.?
When it comes to service, the Pear Tree Game Ranch leaves all competitors behind, starting with accommodations.
From the time you first set foot in the Texas Whitetail deer hunting lodge you know you are in for a special treat. Gourmet meals (cooked daily), spacious dining and a relaxing lounge area all work together to give you a 5 Star experience in the heart of Texas. Our amenities also provide you with a bed to die for at the end of a long day of Whitetail hunting. Our motto has always been, ?Come for the hunt, stay for the service.? We believe the only thing better than shooting the buck of a lifetime, is having the ultimate place to relax and share the experience with friends.
With over 3000 acres of beautiful healthy game including some of the best Texas whitetail deer, Pear Tree Game Ranch’s hunting grounds are a hunters dream. Tracking and hunting the best game that Texas has to offer will be an experience that you don’t want to miss out on. Come and experience what Pear Tree has to offer. You will be so happy you did.
Our Hunts include: White Tail Deer, Exotics including Scimitar Horned Orynx and Black Buck Antelope, Aoudad Rams, Black Hawaiian Rams, Mouflon Rams, Texas Dall Rams and Red Armenian Rams. We also have specialty hunts including Rio Grande Spring Turkeys and Wild Boars.
Come and see what makes us unique?it will be a special Texas Whitetail deer hunting experience you will never forget.
Lonestar Premier Outdoors is dedicated to providing you with the best Texas hunting experience available. For three generations, the Lonestar team has offered hunters unmatched opportunities to track and bag their own domestic and exotic trophy game. Today, we?re proud to offer the best in both affordable and premium accommodations, catering and guides. Our knowledge of the land, animals and our commitment to a successful, safe and fun hunt sets Lonestar Premier Outdoors apart from other Texas hunting outfitters.
A lot of outfitters promise results. At Drake’s Hunting Guides we think it’s best if you see the results with your own eyes.
Drake’s Hunting Guides doesn’t make promises…they get results! With over 15 years experience, nationally recognized Drake’s Hunting Guides is the best guided duck, deer, dove, hog, and turkey hunting in North Texas…and now, the best fishing in North Texas!
North Texas is home to some of the best duck hunting in the state of Texas. Nationally recognized owner/outfitter Cory Anderson’s Drake’s Hunting Guides has been featured on OLN twice in 2009; The Bone Collector with Michael Waddell, and Wild Game Nation featuring Matt Busbice. We have managed water levels, flooded fields and stock tanks.
Drake’s Hunting Guides is conveniently located…less than a hour’s drive from Dallas-Fort Worth…the perfect place for hunting ducks, dove, turkey, deer, hogs, and other game.
Members-Only Dove hunting is also available within the City Limits of Fort Worth. See our pricing guide for prices and check out Ray Sasser’s Week One Dove Report for the latest Dove Hunting news.
Corporate rates are available. We are booking fast, so call 682-552-0001 for rates and reservations.
WELCOME TO SHINY TOP RANCH
Our goal is to provide our guests with a wonderful and unique experience which begins the moment you arrive at the Shiny Top Ranch. Our staff wants you to feel like a member of the family. Our “Lonesome Dove” atmosphere provides you with the opportunity to hunt or just sit around the back porch and relax. We offer hunters hog, deer, dove and turkey.
In addition to our hunting and lodging, we also have a regulation skeet field, pistol range, horse shoes, on site church services for Sunday visitors, and some of the best scenery in Texas! The experience you will have at Shiny Top Ranch, will be one that lasts a lifetime!
As our owner Doc Jones says, “If you’re looking for a five-star resort this may not be the place you want; however, if you’re looking for good hunting and wholesome fun, you have the right spot.?
The Y.O. Ranch is a Trophy Hunter?s paradise with a full gallery of world record Exotic & Native Game. Their 40,000 acres of rugged hill country terrain are home to 58 species of exotics, as well as trophy native game.
The Y.O. is a hunting mecca for exotic big game hunters, native game hunters, and photographers from all over the world. We have earned the reputation among world class hunters for having the ?Best Fair Chase? there is.
As you hunt our 40,000 acres, you will enjoy an experience unlike almost anything else you?ll find in the country. That?s exactly why you hear exotic game hunters refer to the Y.O. Ranch as ?Africa in Texas?. Our size, quality animals, and experience are what make the Y.O. Ranch the most famous private hunting ranch of its kind in the world. Combine that with some Texas-sized hospitality and that explains why so many hunters from all over the world come back to hunt the Y.O. Ranch every year.
We invite you to experience the Y.O. Ranch through the crosshairs of your own rifle scope and, only then, will you really know what we mean!
I?m Randy Ferguson, owner of Ferguson Ranch, and I would like to thank you for browsing our website. Together with my two sons, Wallace and Kyle, we have owned and operated Ferguson Ranch since 1987. We are located just 50 miles south of San Antonio, in the heart of the finest hunting in Texas. With a total of 1,500 acres – 1,250 being high-fenced – we offer a wide range of diverse terrain and scenery. The Frio River that George Strait sings about runs right through our land, providing a lush river bottom that is home to trophy whitetails, monster hogs, and turkeys with beards that drag the ground. And, there is flint rock hill, over 300 acres covered with guajillo, blackbrush and purple sage – pure 100% South Texas brush country – and home to some incredible bucks. If that isn’t enough, we also have irrigated oat fields, where it?s not unusual to see 60 to 80 deer roaming out to eat in the late afternoons.
Through our aggressive year-round protein feeding program, coupled with plentiful south Texas natural nutrition, our bucks are some of the finest in the state. All of our food plots are planted with oats and have timed corn feeders, ensuring that you will see plenty of animals. Our spacious box blinds have plexi-glass windows, 6 ? ft. hinged doors and stairs with hand rails, making them easy to get in and out of. Each blind is equipped with office chairs, allowing two or three people to sit in comfort throughout a hunt.
For each hunt, you will be accompanied by one of our professional guides. Our guides are experienced hunters and have extensive knowledge in scoring and aging white tail deer. They will not only help you find the exact trophy you are after, but they will also make sure your overall hunting experience is second to none.
At Ferguson Ranch, we believe in providing the absolute best experience in both hunting and hospitality. With our first-class accommodations and superior customer service, we know you will have an unforgettable hunting experience. Feel free to send us an email or give us a call for more information. We look forward to hunting with you soon at Ferguson Ranch!
Welcome to La Puerta Ranch
Founded in 1857 and formerly part of the original KING RANCH.
Located in Nueces and Jim Wells counties, the La Puerta Ranch was carved out of the vast land south of Nueces River and north of the Rio Grande known as the “Wild Horse Dessert.” The ranch has been a working cattle ranch for the past 156 years.
Known for its abundant wildlife, La Puerta Ranch Outfitters offers World Class Trophy Whitetail Hunting on over 4,000 acres of deep South Texas Brush Country with a 100% success rate since the year 2000. We specialize in getting our clients the “BUCK OF A LIFETIME.” Whether you are looking for a hunt for yourself or a corporate package for your clients, we can handle it. We offer all-inclusive package hunts from 130 B&C – 200+ B&C.
The La Puerta Ranch is owned and operated by the Pressley family and we look forward to having you as our guests. Our hospitality and many years of experience will ensure your stay is a memorable one. Our photo gallery says it all…lots of satisfied friends and great memories!
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Day Dove hunts start at $ 75.00 per day per gun.
*Lodging is an additional $ 100.00 per gun per night.
Two day hunt with one night stay is $200.00 per gun.
Four day hunt with three night stay is $ 500.00 per gun.
R.V. hook-ups are available for $ 50.00 per night.
Please ask about corporate rates and family vacation pricing.