Bison hunts in texas

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Exotic American Bison Hunts in Texas

Interesting American Bison Hunting Information:

American Bison, also commonly known as the American buffalo, was an activity fundamental to the economy and society of the Plains Indians peoples who inhabited the vast grasslands on the Interior Plains of North America, prior to the animal’s near-extinction in the late nineteenth century. Even a number of Indians west of the continental divide crossed the Rocky Mountains in traditional tribal hunts on the Northern Great Plains. The species’ dramatic decline was the result of habitat loss due to the expansion of ranching and farming in western North America, industrial-scale hunting practiced by non-indigenous hunters, increased indigenous hunting pressure due to non-indigenous demand for bison hides and meat, and even cases of deliberate policy by settler governments to destroy the food source of the native Indian peoples during times of conflict.

The main reason for the bison’s near-demise was commercial hunting

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For more information on Exotic American Bison Hunts in Texas,

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Buffalo Hunting Texas

hunter with dead buffalo with a large rifle leaning on side of the bison

Best Buffalo Hunting in Texas

Most people don’t realize that there are free-range buffalo, or American Bison, in Texas, but West Texas has some of the biggest buffalo bulls I’ve ever seen.  My trophy free-range buffalo are huge and typically weigh 1500-1800 pounds. They are typically a herd bull or an old, solitary bull that is no longer part of the herd. 

When we go buffalo hunting in Texas, we typically drive around until we locate the bulls and then we get out of the vehicle and the stalk begins.  With sparse vegetation, no natural predators, and the size of these bulls it’s not that difficult to locate them, but it can be quite a challenge to get close enough for a shot while remaining at a safe distance.  Despite their size, these bulls are extremely quick and agile and you’ve got to be careful on these hunts. 

Three buffalos eating grass on a field by some hills

The demand is so high for my free-range buffalo hunting in Texas that I’m typically booked at least 2 years out, but I also have bison available on a high fence ranch in the Hill Country. This ranch is 11-1/2 square miles, so it’s not a small ranch.  These bison have a lot of country to roam. Much like hunting bison in West Texas, we drive around until we locate the bison and it’s a spot and stalk from there. These are big bulls as well, weighing in around 1500-1700 pounds.  

Because of the size of both of these bulls, 30 caliber rifles, or larger, are recommended on these hunts!

I’m on every Buffalo Hunt to provide my personal attention/service for your hunt, and to help ensure your hunt is an experience of a lifetime.

Bison Hunt Texas – Who is this hunt for:

Because of the size of these animals, and the amount of work involved once you harvest your buffalo, it’s best to only hunt one of these animals at a time if you are hunting free-range bison in West Texas. If we are hunting bison in a high fence, we usually have the people and equipment to make it easier to handle a big bison bull once he’s on the ground, but it’s still a good amount of work. 

2 hunters would be the most I would want to take at one time and we would need to allow several days, typically only harvesting 1 buffalo a day, to give us enough time to care for each buffalo properly. Physically, these bison hunts aren’t very strenuous, but you will definitely need to be comfortable shooting a large caliber rifle off of shooting sticks and be able to get around on uneven terrain. If you’re an experienced bowhunter, you are also welcome.

Hunter posing with dead bison

Buffalo Hunting Texas – Prices: Starting at $6000

Trophy Buffalo Bull – $6000
Daily rate – $325/hunter (Daily rate only required for my Hill Country ranch)
Call for availability – 210-602-3118
Deposit – $2500

Make sure to read myFAQs before you book. It has all the details about my hunts.

Included in all Texas Buffalo Hunts:

  • Meals
  • Lodging
  • Guide
  • Transportation around the ranch
  • Field care of your trophy
  • All of the meat, hide, horns and skull of your trophy

Not included in all Texas Buffalo Hunts:

Additional services available for all Texas Buffalo Hunts:

  • Non-hunting guests – $250/person/night
dead Texas bison with hunter

American Bison – Animal Specifics:

Buffalo, or American bison, stand 5-6.5′ tall and mature bulls frequently weigh close to a ton.  Both buffalo bulls and cows have curved, sharp horns that may grow up to 2′ in length on mature bulls.

Their average lifespan is 12-20 years.  When necessary, buffalo can run 40 mph.  Buffalo are grazers and feed on grasses, herbs, shrubs, and twigs and regurgitate their food, and chew it as cud, before final digestion.

Female hunter with large Texas Bison

Buffalo Hunting Texas:

Buffalos are considered an exotic in Texas and can be hunted year-round, but because of their size, and thick, shaggy coat, it’s best to hunt them in the colder months from December through February. Because of their size, they have no natural predators and it’s typically not all that difficult to locate them. The trick is to get close enough for a shot but to remain at a safe distance.

A typical day starts just before sunrise with a quick, easy breakfast of coffee, fruit, breakfast bars, and pastries.  After breakfast, we jump in the vehicle and drive around until we locate the bison. Once we locate the bison, we grab the shooting sticks and start stalking in to hopefully get a shot. The stalks typically aren’t that strenuous, but you definitely need to be able to walk around on uneven, rocky ground. We will hunt until mid-day when it’s time to take a break for a hearty brunch/lunch. After a short break mid-day, we’re back in the vehicle to resume the buffalo hunt. 

Buffalo Grazing On Prairie

Once we get a buffalo on the ground that’s when the work starts!  If we’re hunting free-range buffalo in West TX and don’t have the equipment to get the buffalo in the air, it’s a lot of work wrestling a big bull around on the ground.  If we’re in the Hill Country, we have the ability to pick the buffalo up with a tractor and get him back to the skinning area where we can lift them with a winch which makes the gutting process much easier. 

The buffalo act the same in West Texas as they do in the Hill Country, so if you can’t quite get around as well as you used to, or you don’t want to make the drive all the way out to West TX, my 11-1/2 square mile ranch is a great alternative.

Buffalo Hunting Texas Packing List:

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With buffalo being considered an exotic in Texas you can hunt them year-round, but it’s best to hunt buffalo in the colder months from December through February. I typically wear a comfortable pair of boots, jeans and some depending on the temperature I’ll wear a wool T-shirt adding long sleeves and a jacket/coat in cooler weather.  When it gets real cold, I’ll wear insulated overalls and a big insulated coat.

Bison in the desert in front of red rock cliffs

Here’s my suggested packing list:

Also make sure to take a look at my recommendedhunting gear list.

Hunter posing behind large Buffalo after successful hunt

Bison Hunting Regions in Texas:

The only region in Texas that has free range buffalo, that you can hunt, is West Texas. There 11-1/2 square mile ranch where I hunt buffalo in the Hill Country is North of San Antonio about an hour. There is also a thriving herd in Caprock Canyons State Park, but hunting isn’t allowed there, unfortunately.

Bison are amazing animals and a great hunt, whether you are a beginner or an experienced hunter. Don’t wait too long, my Texas bison hunts fill up quickly and you should reserve your spot as soon as possible.

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Offering year-round Bison hunts.

The American Bison is one of the largest land mammals, come let Y.O. Headquarters help you get one of these animals from our past!

Hunter’s can choose from several forms of hunting including, spot and stalk, bow hunting, rifle hunting, pistol hunting or hunting from a blind.

Check out our recent hunting photos in ourphoto album.

Trophy Bison Hunts:

$6,250 Trophy Bison

Our Trophy Bison Hunts offers a great opportunity for you to hunt Bison at this legendary ranch.

Daily Rates:

  • 1 hunter with 1 guide including: Luxury lodging, meals and open bar for 3 days and 2 nights: $1,250.00
  • 2 hunters with 1 guide including: Luxury lodging, meals and open bar for 4 days and 3 nights:  $ 1,250.00
  • Non-hunting guests welcome at $175.00 a night, including meals and open bar
Did you know:
  • Bison are the largest land mammal in North America.
  • Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by humans.
  • Female Bison live in maternal herds, male Bison leave their maternal herd around the age of three, after that they live alone or in another bachelor herd.
Bison Hunting Reservations

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Buffalo Hunting

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Texas Hunt Lodge has one of the best Bison - Buffalo Ranches in the World.  We hunt American Buffalo on a 3000 acre ranch in Kerr County and have a fantastic reproducing herd of Bison we hunt year-round fact, we hold multiple Bison World Records for Crossbow, Archery, and Handgun. Year round, we offer awesome World Record Class Trophy Buffalo Hunts. There are no seasonal restrictions on hunting the Buffalo, or Bison, in Texas, which makes it a suitable trophy year round.  Texas Hunt Lodge claims many SCI and TGR World Record Buffalo Hunts over the Years

We typically let our hunters choose the method of hunting Trophy Buffalo that they prefer. Hunters of Trophy Bison Bulls and Cows can choose the Spot and Stalk method, Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting, Black Powder, Safari Style Hunting, Handgun, as well as hunting from a Blind. We can accommodate hunters of any age and experience level, as well as hunters which have physical disabilities or may be confined to a wheelchair.

You will typically see from 20-50 Buffalo Bulls and Bison Cows while hunting with us. Our Record Class Buffalo bulls weigh 1200 -1500lbs, and have horns in the 17-20 inch range, some great Buffalo World Record Trophies have been taken recently. 

Buffalo Trophy Fees

  • Record Class Buffalo Herd Bull (1200-1500 lbs): $5,950
  • Meat Buffalo (700-1000 lbs): $2,950

Trophy Fee is in addition to $250 per day which covers All-Inclusive Hunt Package.

Non-hunting guests may accompany the hunter for an additional $100 per day which covers lodging, meals and amenities as well.

We have a fantastic and very experienced local taxidermy studio that offers Buffalo Shoulder Mounts to our guests specifically for only $1595. Transportation of your trophy to this taxidermist is included in our package. 

Our local meat processor's charge from $1.00 to $1.25 per lb to process your Buffalo. You will typically get 200-350 lbs of meat from our Buffalo. 

In America, the Bison is commonly referred to as Buffalo.  The only two types of Bison which exist today are the American Bison and European Bison.  The Buffalo is the largest terrestrial mammal in North America and Europe today.  Both species were hunted to near extinction during the 19th and 20th centuries but have since rebounded due to game and food management ranches throughout the United States. 

The Buffalo has a dark brown coat that is dense and wooly around the neck and shoulders.  Buffalo stand about 6 ½ feet tall at the shoulder and can grow as much as 11½ feet long.  They Buffalo can weigh up to 2200 lbs.

Bison are born without their hump, or horns, and grow into maturity at 2-3 years of age.  They will continue to put on mass until around 7 years of age, and can live for upwards of 20 years.  Both male and female Buffalo have horns, though when they are born, they have only buttons.   

Buffalo in the United States are typically raised for their lean meat, but the Buffalo makes an excellent trophy because of its size.


Buffalo Hunt

Included with the Buffalo Hunt Package

  • Bed and Breakfast-Style Accommodations
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner prepared by our Chef
  • 3-5 Guides Available at all times
  • Varmit Hunting when Hunting Other Species
  • Cleaning and Transportation of your animal to Taxidermist/Meat Processor
  • Transportation on the hunting ranches
  • Services of our experienced hunt staff
  • Stocked Bar at the Texas Hunt Lodge
  • Private Access to the Guadalupe River for Fishing, Swimming, Canoe, etc

Hunt Package Options

  • Airport Transfers from San Antonio, Texas
  • Additional Hunting for other Game Animals
  • Skinning, Caping, and Quartering available
  • Extra Nights at the Texas Hunt Lodge with Family and Guests

To book your hunt, please call us at (830) 367-7611

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Below are some of the trophies taken from our Buffalo hunts over the years.


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