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Red Sheep Hunting

Red Sheep Hunting Details

Texas Hunt Lodge is a premier destination for hunting the rare Rusa Deer, offering one of the few opportunities in North America to pursue this elusive game species. Originating from Southeast Asia, Rusa Deer were introduced to Texas and have established thriving wildlife populations. With no seasonal restrictions on hunting the Rusa in Texas, hunters can target them when they are hard-antlered, making it a suitable trophy year-round.

We prioritize our hunters’ preferences when it comes to the hunting method for Trophy Rusa. Whether you prefer Spot and Stalk, Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting, Black Powder, Safari Style Hunting, Handgun, or hunting from a Blind, we ensure a tailored guided experience for hunters of all ages and experience levels.

Using proper camouflage and the right scope, along with the best ammunition, will enhance your hunting trip. Rusa Deer, also known as Javan Rusa or Sunda Sambar, originate from Southeast Asia. They are native to regions such as Indonesia, including Java, Bali, and Timor, as well as parts of Southeast Asia like Thailand and Malaysia.


Red Sheep Trophy Fee

Red Sheep Trophy Fee: $ 4950 *

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 Red Sheep is classified as a Hybrid Sheep, occurring naturally in the Alborz Mountains of Northern Iran.  The Red Sheep was sired by a Transcaspian Urial and Armenian Mouflon.In Texas, many of our Red Sheep we hunt will look more like one or the other, depending on the ranch. Some of our Trophy Red Sheep will have horns which sway further back behind the neck than others. Other Red Sheep which more resemble a Transcaspian Urial will exhibit heavier mass and come in front of the neck.

The red sheep is a hybrid between the Armenian mouflon (Ovis gmelini gmelini) and the trans-Caspian urial (O. vignei arkal), which occurs naturally in the Alborz Mountains of northern Iran. The Iranian Red Sheep are found mostly on private ranches in Texas now.

Its offspring are fertile. As a hybrid, it exhibits characteristics of both parental species. The chromosome number varies from 54-58, the saddle patch and bib may be present or absent, and the neck ruff and horn configuration are variable. The general coloration is light brown or tan, with individuals varying from very light grayish-brown to light reddish-brown. Underparts are white. Females are smaller than males and may or may not have horns.

Trophy Red Sheep will have horn lengths in the mid to upper 20-inch range and the Record Red Sheep will have horn lengths in the low to mid 30-inch ranges.

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