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Aoudad Sheep Hunting

Aoudad Sheep Hunting Details

At Texas Hunt Lodge, we specialize in providing hunters with the opportunity to pursue and harvest magnificent Trophy Aoudad Sheep, also known as Barbary Sheep. With hunts available year-round, there are no seasonal restrictions on hunting these impressive creatures in Texas, ensuring a thrilling trophy pursuit at any time of the year.

We understand that each hunter has their own preferences when it comes to hunting methods. That’s why we typically allow our hunters to choose their preferred approach. Whether you prefer the Spot and Stalk method, Rifle Hunting, Black Powder, Safari Style Hunting, or hunting from a Blind, we cater to your individual preferences. Additionally, we pride ourselves on our ability to accommodate hunters of any age and experience level, as well as those with physical disabilities.

The Aoudad Rams that we hunt are all of trophy class, boasting impressive horn sizes. On average, the Aoudad Sheep we harvest have horns measuring around 30 inches. However, we frequently encounter Aoudad Rams with horns reaching upwards of 35 inches, making them truly remarkable trophy specimens.

Embarking on an Aoudad hunt with us requires patience and skill, as these animals are known for their elusive nature. However, with the guidance of our experienced team and the thrill of the chase, you’ll have the opportunity to harvest a Trophy Aoudad Sheep that you’ll be proud to display on your wall for years to come.


Aoudad Sheep Trophy Fee

Aoudad Sheep Trophy Fee: $ 5000 *

Trophy Fee is in addition to $395 per day which covers All-Inclusive Hunt Package.
Non-hunting guests may accompany the hunter for an additional $200 per day which covers lodging, meals and amenities as well.

The Aoudad Sheep, also known as Barbary sheep or Aoudad Goat, is native to the Desert Mountains of the Sahara region, but is also now quite plentiful on Exotic Game ranches in Texas and New Mexico.  Introduction of Aoudad into the wild in the US, by private sources, first took place in Llano and Kerr counties of Texas in the early 1950’s

Both male and female Aoudad Sheep have large horns that make for great trophies.  Aoudad Sheep Mounts are usually done with the shoulders and front legs in tact to show the beautiful flowing mane, also known as “chaps”.  Both male and female Aoudad are sandy brown in color and weigh anywhere from 60 lbs to 350 lbs.  The shoulder height is between 2.5-3.7 feet and their length is between 4 and 5.5 feet.

* Prices may vary.

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