Scimitar Oryx Hunts
Squaw Mountain Ranch Allows Hunters The Opportunity To Hunt A Trophy Addax In Texas In A Beautiful Setting.
The habitat and terrain on Squaw Mountain Ranch affords hunters the ability to safari style hunt from high rack vehicles, hunt from a modern comfortable blind, or even engage in a good old fashion spot and stalk hunt for your Trophy Scimitar Oryx.
We have a great herd of Scimitar Oryx on the ranch with excellent genetics producing amazing Trophy Scimitar Oryx every year. There are no seasonal restrictions on hunting Oryx in Texas, which makes it a suitable trophy to hunt year round.
Squaw Mountain Ranch not only allows hunters to choose their method of hunting Trophy Scimitar Oryx, but their method of take as well. We have expert hunting guides that will customize each hunters experience according to hunters experience and preference of hunting technique and weapon.
Trophy Scimitar Oryx hunters can choose to Bow Hunt, Rifle Hunt, Pistol Hunt, or Black Powder Hunt. We also offer long range shooting instruction, so if you have a desire to take an animal at 500 plus yards, we can help there as well. We accommodate all types of hunters and even hunters with physical disabilities.
The Scimitar Oryx that we offer to hunt from our herd on Squaw Mountain Ranch have horns that range from 30-39 inches. We cater to the hunters needs to harvest a Trophy Scimitar Oryx that the hunter will proud to hang in their trophy room.
We cater to each client individually during their Scimitar Oryx Hunt at SMR. We ensure a fair chase hunt that will provide each Scimitar Oryx Hunter with a formidable Trophy that they will be proud to hang in their Trophy Room. Squaw Mountain Ranch prides itself on providing outstanding Trophy Scimitr Oryx Hunts at an affordable price compared with other ranches, while giving the hunter a five star experience and service second to none.
We now have CITIES permits to harvest Trophy Scimitar Oryx on the ranch at Squaw Mountain Ranch, and participate in a global conservation program to help propagate the species. This hunt must be scheduled in advance to accommodate the permit requirements.