Texas is not a state that has most hunters attention for Free-Range Elk, but it is definitely a “sleeper”state. When most think of Texas elk they think of high fence 1,000 acre pastures, driving the outside fence looking in. When someone says Texas free range elk, people say things like “very few in numbers or not great quality”. Anyone that has hunted the Trans-Pecos region will argue that there is a plentiful number and more than respectable size. Ranging from the low to mid 300s and the occasional larger bull, we have the quality.  Elk are considered an exotic in our state, which allows a customer to hunt with any weapon, at anytime.  This allow a high success rate on guaranteed tags.  Come and experience Elk hunting as we see it here in Texas!

Recommended Gear List:
Mesa Precision Arms 6.5 cal. or larger
Federal Ammunition Trophy Tip or Edge TLR
Kuiu Insulated Clothing (Winter, early Spring)
Kuiu Raingear (Chugach)
Kuiu Super Down PRO Jacket (Winter, early Spring)
Kuiu Peloton 240 Vest (Fall, Winter, Spring)
Kuiu Tiburon Clothing (late Spring, Summer, Fall)
Kuiu Lightweight Jacket (Fall, Spring)
Kuiu PRO 3600-6000 Pack
Kuiu Super Down Sleeping Bag 30 (Ask prior to your hunt)
Yeti Hopper Two 30 (If flying with cape)
Yeti Panga 50 Duffel Bag
Yeti Rambler 26oz Bottle
Swarovski/Leica 10x
Swarovski Spotting Scope
Hiking Boots (Kennetrek Mountain Extreme)
Texas General Big Game Hunting License (Desert Bighorn, Mule Deer, Pronghorn, Whitetail)
Non-Resident 5-Day Special type 157 (Aoudad, Exotics, Elk)