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Barasingha Deer Hunting

Barasingha Deer Hunting Details

The Barasingha Deer, also known as the Swamp Deer, is a rare and majestic species that inhabits the wetlands and grasslands of India and Nepal. At Texas Hunt Lodge, we offer hunters the unique opportunity to pursue Trophy Barasingha Deer from June to December each year. With no seasonal restrictions on hunting these magnificent creatures in Texas, hunters can plan their trophy hunts with flexibility, ensuring an unforgettable experience.

Our hunters have the freedom to choose their preferred hunting method, whether it’s spot and stalk, bow hunting, rifle hunting, black powder, safari-style hunting, handgun, or hunting from a blind. We prioritize providing a customized experience for hunters of all ages, experience levels, and physical abilities, ensuring that everyone can participate and enjoy the thrill of the hunt.

The Barasingha Deer we hunt at Texas Hunt Lodge are among the largest in the world, with impressive Gold Medal Class Bucks boasting minimum 6×6 racks. Many of these magnificent specimens have the potential to break world records with even larger antlers, offering hunters the chance to claim truly exceptional trophies. Additionally, we provide all necessary US Fish and Wildlife CITES permits required for harvesting and exporting Barasingha Deer trophies, ensuring a seamless and legally compliant hunting experience.


Barasingha Deer Trophy Fee

Barasingha Deer Trophy Fee: $ 4500 - 9500 *

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.

Barasingha Deer, Swamp Deer, or Barasinga (Rucervus duvaucelii)is an endangered species of deer native to India and Nepal. The species nearly went extinct in 1970 when their population reached an all time low of only 66 deer.

Barasingha were brought to Texas almost 100 years ago for sport hunting, and today is it National Law that 10% of the trophy fees for hunting the Barasinga Deer must be sent to India for the preservation of the species in it’s original habitat.  Native to India and Nepal, where there are three subspecies, two of which inhabit dry, hard ground while the third has adapted to marshy habitat.

The Barasingha Deer stand around 44-46 inches at the shoulder and weigh 350-400 pounds, with females considerably smaller.  The Barasingha deer has a golden brown summer coat with a dark dorsal line.  In India, they develop spots as well.  The winter coat is a coarser dull grayish-brown with lighter underparts, and the males grow a prominent neck ruff.

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