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Thomsons Gazelle Hunting

Thomsons Gazelle Hunting Details

Texas Hunt Lodge provides the rare opportunity to hunt the Thomson’s Gazelle, a unique addition to the Texas hunting landscape. With the finest selection of Trophy Thomson’s Gazelle available worldwide, we ensure a memorable hunting experience in the vast savannah-like settings of Texas. Thanks to Texas’s lack of seasonal restrictions, this hunt is suitable year-round. Hunters have the freedom to select their preferred method, although our guides offer expert recommendations for tracking and stealth techniques. 

Whether you opt for Spot and Stalk, Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting with a scope, Black Powder, Safari Style Hunting, Handgun, or hunting from a Blind using camouflage, we cater to diverse preferences and abilities. 


Gazelle Trophy Fee

Gazelle Trophy Fee: $ 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.

Thomson’s gazelle (Eudorcas thomsoni), referred to also as the “tommy”, originate from Africa’s Grassland Habitats, i.e., the Serengeti region of Tanzania and Kenya—a landscape mirrored by the bush settings of Texas. Thomson’s Gazelles are one of the most popular species of the Gazelle Family. 

The Thomsons Gazelle stands 2-3 feet tall and weighs between 30-40 lbs typically. The Gazelle has a light brown coat with a distinctive Black Stripe and white belly, adept at blending into the nature of its environment. Many mistakenly identify the Thomson’s Gazelle with the Grant’s Gazelle—the difference is the white rump on their backside extends above the tail. In the wild, Thomson gazelles usually congregate with other animals such as Zebra, and migrate and live in herds with other Gazelles numbering in the hundreds and thousands.

 During the hunt, skilled hunters use binoculars for better pursuit and a precise shot. In their natural habitat, Thomson’s Gazelles live 10-15 years and give birth to single fawns after only a 5-6 month gestation period. The Thomson Gazelle is prey to African Big Cats such as the Cheetah as well as hyenas and baboons. In fact, half the Thomson Gazelle fawns born will be prey to their predators before reaching maturity, making the pursuit of these agile game animals a challenging yet rewarding experience.

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