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Hunt Planner

Daily Rates Include:

  • Meals and lodging
  • Beverages, refreshments, and snacks
  • Professional guide
  • Transportation to/from field
  • Field dressing and cold storage of game
  • Bass fishing

Daily Rates Do Not Include:

  • Ammunition
  • Hunting licenses
  • Skinning, caping, shipping, and taxidermy
  • Gratituities and taxes


Your reservation will be confirmed upon receipt of a minimum non-refundable deposit. Some hunts/trips may require larger deposits. Upon receipt of deposit, a confirmation letter will be sent to you.

Final Payment:

All balances paid in full upon departure. Convenience Fee will be applied to final bill if paying with a Credit Card at Check Out. Fee will vary depending on type of Credit Card. We accept checks, Cash (U.S. dollars only), Cashier Checks, or Credit Cards.

What to Bring:

  • Rifles of .243 caliber or larger. Your rifle should be zeroed at 100 yards prior to arrival at Ranch. We do have a rifle range available to check rifles.
  • Gear: Bring binoculars and any other personal items you may require.
  • Clothing: Appropriate outdoor gear for all types of weather is strongly suggested. Please bring necessary personal items to ensure a comfortable stay.
  • Coolers for transportation of meat
  • Camera to record your memories!
  • Personal items

Additional Information:

Hunters may be asked to shoot their rifles to verify accuracy upon arrival at the ranch. All reasonable efforts will be made to recover a wounded animal. The charge for a wounded or lost deer is 100% of the trophy fee based on the guide’s estimate of the Gross B&C score of the deer.

Upon arrival at the ranch, all hunters and guests will be required to acknowledge and sign a Hunt Contract and "Liability Indemnification Agreement". All hunters must obtain a valid Texas hunting license before arriving at the ranch. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department requires all hunters born after 9/1/71 to have a Hunters Safety Permit.

All hunters will abide by all laws of the United States, State of Texas and Live Oak County while hunting on the ranch.

The only items necessary for the hunter to bring are a rifle (good to bring a backup in the event of malfunction) zeroed in at 100 yards, ammunition, binoculars, clothing, personal items and a cooler large enough to transport meat back home.

The most important factor of this or any hunt is SAFETY. For this reason, your guide may ask you to check your rifle before climbing into/out of blinds, vehicles etc., to be sure it is unloaded.

Hunting will occur from large and comfortable box blinds with hunter(s) and guide (non-hunting guest also allowed).

Gun hunting allowed October through February (exact season dates vary year to year) due to ranch operating under the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department’s Managed Lands Deer Permit (MLDP) program.

Additional does may be available (see fee schedule for pricing).

Additional non-hunting guests can be included in the trip (see fee schedule for pricing).