Black Hawaiian Sheep Hunt
$1,500 & Up
Black Hawaiian Ram $1,500 to $3,500
- Extra Hunt Days $350/day per hunter
- Guest (Non-Hunter) $200/day per person
- A 4% charge will be added for credit card payments
Black Hawaiian Sheep Hunt Package
- ALL INCLUSIVE (no daily fees)
- 3 days/ 2 nights
- $1,000 deposit booking fee
- Stocked bar for after the hunt
- 1-on-1 guide service
- Ranch transportation
- Complete trophy care (field dressing, caping, and quartering of meat for transportation)
- Trophy bass fishing
- Rifle and archery range
- Texas hunting license/permits
- Gratuities for guides and staff
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About the MPR Black Hawaiian Sheep Hunt
Black-bodied sheep have corkscrew-like horns that grow up to 40 inches in length. Weighing up to 160 pounds, they were derived from mouflon and Hawaiian black-haired sheep by Texas breeders many years ago (in fact, mouflon is possibly an ancestor of all modern domesticated sheep). Also known as Corsican sheep, they can be hunted in Texas with no seasonal restrictions on trophy hunts. That means you can go black Hawaiian sheep hunting any month of the year at Montgomery Properties Ranch.
Contrary to their name, black Hawaiian sheep are native to Texas and are not an invasive species from Hawaii. They have a wooly undercoat and an outer hair-type coat. The winter undercoat sheds during warm weather. A black coat color is characteristic of this species, as is gray around the eyes and muzzle. A bronze or reddish tint may be seen on the hide in the summer.
A Texas black Hawaiian sheep hunt is the perfect addition to your Texas hunting experience. At Montgomery Properties Ranch, we offer several approaches to hunting this exotic game. Whether safari style, spot and stalk, or sitting patiently in a blind, you'll experience the ultimate exotic game hunt, right here at our Texas hunting ranch.
For more information on our black Hawaiian sheep hunts and our hunting packages, contact us today. Be sure to book now to be guaranteed a spot at one of the best Texas hunting ranches, where black Hawaiian sheep hunts can be productive and satisfying.