Outfitter #123

Texas Antelope Outfitter


WTA research has found a great opportunity to hunt pronghorn in the Panhandle of Texas. This terrain ranges from flat short buffalo grass prairies, farm ground, rough breaks, and rolling sand hills to hardwood covered creek bottoms. Our outfitter has exclusive access to private-land ensuring a great low pressure hunt. Harvest numbers are set by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for each property with permits being issued to the landowners. TPWD has a very conservative permitting system insuring plenty of mature animals in the region. As these antelope constantly travel over their large home ranges, you will glass from a key vantage point. Spot and stalk is the #1 tactic along with setting up over their favorite watering points. Typical shots from these setups will be 100-200-yards, but due to the open terrain there will often be shot opportunities 200-400-yards. Mild weather, abundant game, and relaxing hunting styles, set the stage for a laid back fun hunt. Though horn growth varies from year to year, a buck with 13"- 15.5" horns can be expected, with an occasional 16"+ being harvested. This is a high percentage hunt with the outfitters past results reaching 100% opportunity and 95%+ harvest each year. This is a great hunt for introducing new comers to our sport.


$2,850 -2-day hunt


October Dates

Lodging, Meals, In-Field Transportation, and Infield Trophy Care
Shipping of Meat/Trophy, Airfare, and Gratuities

Fly to Amarillo, Texas where you will be met by the outfitter and transferred to camp. Pre approve air schedule with outfitter prior to booking.

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost

Subject to Change

Approximately $300. Purchase online at www.tpwd.state.tx prior to hunt

Physical Requirement Level

Level 1 - These hunts are mostly farm or ranch hunts from stands or blinds. Includes substantial use of 4x4 pickups and/or ATVs. Mostly whitetail deer hunts are in this category.

Additional Information
Approach: Spot and Stalk.
Equipment: Automobile,ATV/UTV.

Updated: 2018-03-14 15:39:49