Whitetail Deer Hunts

Whitetail Deer Hunts

Texas Whitetail Deer Hunting

Whitetail Deer Hunts are our passion at Squaw Mountain Ranch.

Squaw Mountain Ranch Allows The Opportunity  for Whitetail Deer Trophy Hunting In Texas In A Beautiful Setting.

The habitat and terrain on the ranch challenge even the most seasoned Whitetail Hunters.

We have an approximately one:one Buck to Doe ratio which allows each Hunter to see several Bucks to choose from during their Hunt at SMR.

We cater to each client individually during their Whitetail Deer Hunt at SMR.

We attempt to accommodate all clients requests in order to enrich every clients experience while on the ranch. We ensure a fair chase hunt that will provide each Whitetail Deer 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 Whitetail Deer Hunts at an affordable price compared with other ranches, while giving the hunter a five star experience and service second to none. We’re the best spot for deer hunts in Texas.

About Hunting Whitetail Deer (White-Tailed Deer) in Texas

Trophy Whitetail Deer Hunts Information

The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), known also as the whitetail deer, is a deer that is medium-sized indigenous in the United States, Central America, Mexico,, Canada, and as far south as Peru and Bolivia in South America. White-tailed (whitetail) deer have also journeyed to Hispaniola, Cuba, Puerto Rico, New Zealand, Jamaica, Lesser Antilles, Bahamas and some countries in Europe, such as the Finland, Czech Republic, and Serbia. In the United States, the whitetail deer is the most widely found wild animal.

In the USA, white-tailed deer are more generally found east of the Rockies, but in other parts, the black-tailed or mule deer are more typical. In the western parts of the United States, the whitetail deer is found mostly in deciduous river bottomlands and aspen parklands in and around the Great Plains , and in places of the northern Rocky Mountain areas through South Dakota and Wyoming. It is additionally found in northeastern British Columbia.

Experience Texas Whitetail Deer Hunts Today

Whitetail deer hunts are our passion at Squaw Mountain Ranch. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding whitetail deer trophy hunts at an affordable price compared with other ranches, while giving the hunter a five-star experience and service second to none. We are the largest and best hunting range for whitetail deer in all of Texas.

Squaw Mountain Ranch provides the opportunity for hunters to enjoy whitetail deer trophy hunting in a beautiful setting without many of the hazards of open-wild hunting. Our 2,000-acre ranch provides the habitat and terrain challenges even the most seasoned hunters long for. With the environment that we have carefully cultivated, there are bound to be plenty of whitetail deer to hunt down and plenty of action to be had. We provide a 1:1 buck to doe ratio which allows you to find several bucks to choose from during your hunt. We ensure a fair chase hunt that will provide you with a formidable trophy that you will be proud to hang in your trophy room.

Our Dedicated Staff

When it comes to safety and information about proper hunting techniques Squaw Mountain Ranch has the most qualified hunting specialists in Texas. They have been hunting for their entire lives and will provide you with the best possible hunting service ever.

Our trained specialists will cater to your individual needs by accommodating your requests to enrich your experience while on the ranch.
SMR staff will guide you through your journey and show you exactly what it is like to hunt whitetail deer on two thousand acres, bringing you to an entirely new setting that you could never experience on your own.

About Hunting Whitetail Deer in Texas

The whitetail deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is a medium-sized deer Indigenous in the United States, Canada, Central America, Mexico, and as far south as Peru and Bolivia in South America.

In the U.S., whitetail deer are more generally found east of the Rockies, but in other parts, the black-tailed or mule deer are more typical. In the western parts of the United States, the whitetail deer is found mostly in deciduous river bottomlands and aspen parklands in and around the Great Plains, and in places of the northern Rocky Mountain areas through South Dakota and Wyoming. It is additionally found in northeastern British Columbia. The whitetail deer is the most widely found wild animal in the U.S.

Your Guide to Hunting Safety in Texas

Whitetail deer are the most preyed-upon big game in the United States, but you should not take safety out of the equation. Anything that is a normality lowers our fear of it, and hunting whitetail deer is standard. But what you may not know is the safety requirements you should be taking into consideration.

Here are several safety tips to keep in mind during your hunt:

If you do not have a hunter’s license, then you will need to complete a hunting education course. If you are between the ages of nine and sixteen, you MUST be accompanied by someone who is 17 years old and possesses a valid hunting license for the state of Texas.

One of the biggest hazards to all hunters is a buck in rut. Hunting safety is vital during mating season. A rutting buck is extremely dangerous, and able to cause serious damage to anyone it wishes. During this phase, they battle with other bucks for dominance over a female of their choosing. Step out of their territory because they will protect it with their lives.

It is required by law to wear orange hazard apparel while hunting. Be 100% certain beyond any
doubt that you are pulling the trigger or releasing your arrow on an actual deer and not a fellow
hunter. This cannot be stressed enough.

Hunting safety depends on the equipment as much as the game. Test your equipment before
and after every single hunt eliminating the possibility of misfiring rifles or malfunctioning
binoculars/compasses. You do not want an equipment malfunction to be the difference
between life and death.

 

If you’re going to hunt in the wild, one thing to keep in mind is: cell phones aren’t ultra-reliable. In any case, you may wander into an area that isn’t covered by even the largest coverage maps in America. The more remote the area, the less likely your phone is to work. That’s just one of the reasons hunters still bring equipment like thermostats and compasses on their journey. It’s wise to give your loved ones a detailed area and a tight time frame, in the unlikely, but possible event that they would need to search for you if you are non-responsive.

While mostly popular among bow hunters, tree stands can help a standard marksman make the most of their hunting trip. As you know, you’re immobile and completely stationary when you’re using a tree stand, but it could be the difference between a great shot, or missing your prey completely. Besides the tactical advantages or disadvantages, there’s a key factor to consider when using tree stands.

One of the biggest rules is this: hunt deer, don’t waste time hunting trees. The point is, even if you find a wonderful tree overlooking a deer’s watering hole, you won’t be able to definitively say that a deer will come across that spot while you’re up in the tree. Wait until you see a whitetail deer, then begin using your tree stand.

If you end up staying in the tree for an extended period of time, depending on your position, you could risk limbs going numb, which can make you underestimate your position. Extended use on tree stands increases the likelihood of an accident. While both bow hunters and traditional ammunition hunters alike use tree stands in their hunting trips, it’s best to understand the requirements and maximum capacities on your tree stands. They’re not OSHA regulated, and you’re controlling the entire ordeal. This is one of the most crucial times to focus on your safety. We personally recommend that you should refrain from using tree stands when hunting whitetail deer, no matter the environment.

It is safe to assume that you will check the weather before you go on your trip. Plan for
moderate to severe alternate weather conditions. Even if you have been waiting for this trip for
a while, never risk your safety in potentially dangerous weather just for the sake of the trip.
There will be another time.

Squaw Mountain is Everything You Hoped For

You have been hunting before, but you have not had this kind of service, or been to a ranch like
ours. It is not just about hunting, but about the downtime between the hunts. Squaw Mountain
Ranch is a place to relax and rejuvenate after the hunt.

You are out in the woods all day, hiking and carrying your gear, and your body is tired. You want
your own space to shake off the dust and relax at the end of the day.
Relax in the comfort of your own private cabin where you can think about the day, rest and
recoup, and get right back out into the hunt tomorrow. Our comfortable cabins have everything
you need, including access to meals and a stocked bar in the central ranch. What better way to
unwind in the evening than not having to cook, and leaning back to a cold brew?

The ranch is also for relaxing and rejuvenating after the hunt. Take advantage of the pool and
hot tub to unwind. When you find your way out of the comfort of the hot tub, head over to the
firepit where you can trade stories with fellow hunters.

We are the Ultimate Deer Hunting Ranch in North Texas

Squaw Mountain Ranch is your #1 spot for ultimate deer hunting ranch located in North Texas.
For the safest, most authentic hunting experience, book your whitetail deer hunt today. We
have an excellent environment and a team that cares about your hunting safety. Also, we just
remodeled and added new additions to our lodging in Spring of 2022. Come check out Squaw
Mountain Ranch today!
Call us today for information and a quote.

Frequently Asked Questions

We also have the best selection of exotic deer such as elk, axis, and stag deer hunts. Squaw
Mountain Ranch is the #1 destination for exotic deer hunting in North Texas.

Our deer hunting packages include family, corporate, elk, axis, stag, and exotic packages. Our
trained specialists will cater to your individual or group needs.

There are no seasonal restrictions on hunting whitetail deer in Texas, which makes it a
suitable trophy to hunt year-round. We have a great herd of whitetail on Squaw Mountain
Ranch with excellent genetics producing amazing trophy axis deer every year.

Schedule a tour and ask additional information

For the safest, most authentic hunting experience, you need Squaw Mountain Range: an excellent environment, and a team that cares about your hunting safety.

Whitetail Deer Hunts in Texas Are Like No Other

You want to find the best spot in all of Texas to hunt whitetail deer, as well as exotics, but you’ve been disappointed with other ranch services or hunting on your own. You have the best possible whitetail deer hunting experience waiting for you at Squaw Mountain Ranch in Texas, but let’s back up for a minute: what defines the best possible whitetail deer hunting trip of your life?

Dedicated Staff That Knows What’s What

Whether it comes to safety, as well as information about proper hunting techniques, and your prey, we have the specialists that don’t just work a job—they’ve been hunting for their entire lives, and they’re dedicated to providing you with the best possible hunting service ever. You’ve been hunting before, but you haven’t had this kind of service to back you, or a ranch like ours. It’s not juts about hunting, but about the downtime between the hunts.

Private Cabins

You want your own space to shake off the dust, and relax at the end of day one. Relax in the comfort of your own private cabin where you can think about the day, rest and recoup, and get right back out into the hunt. These come with everything you’ll need, including access to meals and a stocked bar in the central ranch. What better way to unwind in the evening than not having to cook, and leaning back to a cold brew? Exactly—nothing is better.

Relaxation

It just makes sense—you’re out in the woods all day, you’ve been hiking and carrying your gear, and your body is tired. The ranch is also to relax and rejuvenate after the hunt. Take advantage of the pool and hot tub to relax, and prep yourself for the next day. When you finally find your way out of the comfort of the hot tub, head on over to the firepit where you can enjoy a few beers and trade stories. It’s everything you were hoping for, and nobody can offer it like Squaw Mountain Ranch.

Customized Guided Hunts

Introducing someone to hunting, or are you new to the scene yourself? Either way, our trained professionals can guide you through your hunt and show you exactly what it’s like to hunt whitetail deer on on 2000 acres, bringing you to an entirely new setting that you could never experience on your own. Whitetail deer hunts in Texas are inspired by how Squaw Mountain Ranch conducts hunts—there’s just nothing like it.

Getting Your Shot

With the environment that we’ve carefully cultivated at Squaw Mountain Ranch, there’s bound to be plenty of whitetail deer for you to hunt down and plenty of action to be had. We believe, without a doubt, that you’ll have the time of your life out on Squaw Mountain Ranch.

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