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 Sable Hunting in Texas?

Answer Sable antelope are an exotic species imported from Africa. They are fit to survive in the climate of Texas and are offered as trophy game by owners of private ranches.
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Ram Hunting in Texas?

Texans began importing exotic game sheep and goats in the 1950s. Hunting exotic rams remains a popular and challenging sport because, as the Escondido Ranch notes, these animals thrive in rough ter... Read More »
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Texas Doe Hunting?

Hunters in Texas can bag both whitetail and mule deer. Texas archery season varies by year, but is held in the middle of autumn. Antlerless and muzzleloader seasons are in January and dates vary by... Read More »
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Red Stag Bow Hunting in Texas?

Red stag are not found in the wild in Texas, but they can be hunted on private preserves. Bow-hunters are welcome to take up the challenge of landing one of these exotic animals.
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Ibex Hunting in Texas?

A Nubian ibex is a type of mountain goat originating in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula that flourishes in Texas. It prefers high-desert, rocky, mountainous regions. Due to its agility and speed, ... Read More »
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