Black Hawaiian Sheep
The hybridization has created a variety of color phases and horn shape and sizes. The Hawaiian carry spectacular horns that curl downward and outward, sometimes growing more than 40 inches in length. The horns very in color from a brownish to black color. There coats are usually jet black sometimes they can have a brownish tint mixed in.

Black Hawaiian Sheep

Black Hawaiian Sheep Trophy Fees:

  • Black Hawaiian Sheep: $1,500 - $4,500+
  • Any ram of 43" $7,250

*In addition to the trophy fee there is an all-inclusive $200 per day fee, which covers a guide, lodging, 3 meals per day, all beverages, transportation on the ranches, skin & quarter trophy, cold storage, fishing in our multiple stock ponds, and assistance with taxidermist pickup. Non-hunters can attend for $150 per day per person and includes lodging, meals, and fishing.

Method of Hunting Black Hawaiian Sheep:

Most common is safari style, also spot and stalk, and blind hunting.
Type of hunting: Rifle, Bow, Handgun, or Muzzleloader

Best Time of the Year for Hunting Black Hawaiian Sheep:

With Black Hawaiian Sheep being a horned animal, they can be hunted year round. There are no seasonal restrictions on hunting Black Hawaiian Sheep in Texas.

All-inclusive Day Rate Includes:

  • Very ice lodging with all of the amenities
  • All beverages, non - alcoholic
  • 3 meals per day
  • WiFi
  • All transportation while hunting
  • Professional guide
  • Skinning, quartering of your trophy
  • Walk-in cooler and ice down of all meat taken home
  • Help arrange processor or taxidermist

Booking a Hunt Date:
Once you decide you would like to book a hunt, we will send you a hunting contract that will have all of the details for the hunt with "No Hidden Fees". There will be a 50% deposit required to lock in your hunt date.

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