Nubian Ibex
General color is yellowish-brown, with a dark dorsal stripe and dark chest markings. Underparts and chin are whitish. Legs have conspicuous black-and-white markings from the knees and hocks down. The male's horns forming three-fourths of a circle, with knot shape along horns. Females are smaller and lighter in color than males, and grow horns only 5-6 inches in length.

Nubian Ibex

Nubian Ibex Trophy Fees:

  • Nubian Ibex: $24,000

*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 Nubian Ibex:

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 Nubian Ibex:

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

All-inclusive Day Rate Includes:

  • Very nice 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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