of eight hunters are permitted on the ranch at one
Stands for bow hunters are set 13' x 15' high, in large live oak
trees. Hunter concealment is perfectly accomplished by many
sprawling, well-leafed branches. Chosen with expert care,
strong, reliable stands are tediously positioned. All are easily
accessed and accommodate shots from both standing and sitting
positions. Most are set for right handed archers, but we have
taken time to position sufficient stands to oblige the
occasional left hander. Natural looking, cedar-brush blinds are
located near frequented water holes and roosting-sites for wild
turkey... providing some fine entertainment!
time: we feel that small groups effect a warm, friendly,
family-like atmosphere; boost camaraderie and allows ample elbow
room for greater hunting successes.
Rifle hunters have never had a success
rate lower than 85% harvesting eight point or better buck deer.
At least one third bag a mature Rio Grande Gobbler, and any
hunter that wants a javelina.... my outfit can provide a
shot...rifle, bow, or handgun.
Bow hunters are nearly as successful on
buck deer and many make Pope & Young. Additionally, 25% zip
their arrows through the mark on wild turkey. Archers also take
numerous javelinas each season on this combo hunt...with a
virtual 100% success rate...weighing as much as 85 lbs.
some impressive tusks.
Harvested game is field-dressed,
skinned, cooled and prepared for shipping by ranch personnel,
awaiting your departure. The following considerations should be
observed when shipping meat on a returning air flight; all
harvested game must accompany each hunter on departure; unless
prior arrangements are made with this outfit; airlines charge
approximately $75.00 for each piece of baggage over three.