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Kudu Hunting

Kudu Hunting Details

Texas Hunt Lodge offers a rare opportunity to hunt and harvest the majestic Greater Kudu, a prized trophy for any hunter’s wall. Due to its rarity in the United States, access to these animals is limited, with only a few available at a time. Year-round, we provide hunts for exceptional Trophy Greater Kudu, with no seasonal restrictions, making it a suitable trophy to pursue at any time of the year.

We prioritize our hunters’ preferences in choosing their preferred hunting method for Trophy Greater Kudu. Whether you opt for the Spot and Stalk method, Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting, Black Powder, Safari Style Hunting, Handgun, or hunting from a Blind, our experienced guides will ensure an unforgettable hunting experience. We accommodate hunters of all ages and experience levels.

The Greater Kudu Antelope offered at Texas Hunt Lodge are raised locally on private Texas ranches, ensuring a genuine hunting experience. With our hunts, you can expect to encounter Kudu ranging from 49 to 54 inches, with the occasional opportunity to pursue a remarkable 60-inch Kudu.


Kudu Trophy Fee

Kudu Trophy Fee: $ 27500 *

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 Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros), is a large, elegant African antelope.  Native to the southern and eastern Savanna areas of Africa, a Greater Kudu is one of the top game trophies of Africa, and of the world.

The Greater Kudu weighs from 440 to 660 pounds, and stands 54-60 inches at the shoulder.  The Kudu antelope has long legs, a hump on its shoulders, and magnificent corkscrew-shaped horns. The Greater Kudu’s color is gray to reddish-brown, with white stripes, and there is a white facial chevron. The Kudu has a brown mane which continues as a white dorsal crest, and there is a fringe of long brown and white hair from the chin to the brisket. The Kudu’s horns are long and keeled, growing upward in 2-3 open spirals. The Female Kudu are similar but hornless.

 In Texas, the Greater Kudu breed all year, but in Africa, rut for 2 months between January and April.  The gestation period for the Greater Kudu antelope is 7 to 8 months and they give birth to 1 young.  Both the male and female Kudu reach sexual maturity at 17 months.

The Greater Kudu are excellent jumpers and can leap over an 8 1/2 foot fence.  They can hybridize with other spiral-horned antelope species such as the Eland.  A Sable bull may kill a Kudu bull if put into the same area together.

  The Kudu’s Horns typically range from 40 inches to 48 for Trophy Kudu in Texas.  Trophy Kudu in Africa grow horns up to 68 inches in length with 11 1/2 inch bases.

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