Guided Prairie Dog Hunts in West Texas

1-15 Guests • No Lodging • Private • Guided

Description

Come help curb the Prairie Dog population!


Price is Per Gun. Children and Veteran rates available.


This is the finest prairie dog shooting in Texas! Come relax, enjoy the comradery of your friends, and test your aim on an 'adult version' of whack'a'mole!

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Your Host

undefined's Trip

Colton C

Guides crane and duck hunts in West Texas. Specializes in corporate hunts. Message us to get more information.

from $138/Experience

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

Base Price

$137.50 Per Person Per Experience

$137.50

Pay Now

$68.75

Pay Later

$68.75

Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


Amenities

  • Experienced Guides
  • Chairs
  • Tents
  • Shooting Rests
  • Some Drinks*

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Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Personal Hunting Gear
  • Required Texas Hunting License
  • Snacks and Drinks

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Rules & Guidelines

Alcohol:

Alcohol is not permitted while on the hunts. While saying that, we are not your momma. We won't stop you, by booking with us you understand and accept the liability of any injuries that may occur while hunting if you drink alcohol before, or during a hunt with us.

Nongame Species

A hunting license is required for the take of nongame species. There are no closed seasons, bag limits or possession limits; and, they may be hunted at any time by any lawful means or methods on private property. There may be restrictions for certain species of nongame animals, including possession limits (see below). In addition, be aware that public hunting lands may also have additional restrictions. If hunting at night, as a courtesy please contact your local game warden.


Nongame Animals

Includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Armadillos
  • Bobcats
  • Coyotes
  • Flying squirrels
  • Frogs
  • Ground squirrels
  • Mountain lions
  • Porcupines
  • Prairie dogs
  • Rabbits
  • Turtles (freshwater)


Unlawful Activities For Take, Possession Or Sale Of Nongame Wildlife

It is unlawful to:

  • take any nongame species for commercial purposes (sale, offer for sale, barter, or exchange) from public lands or waters.
  • possess armadillos for the purpose of sale.
  • purchase, sell, trade, transport or ship out of state bobcat pelts without the appropriate pelt tag (CITES) attached. Pelt tags must be attached prior to being transported or shipped out of this state. Pelt tags may be obtained from any permitted bobcat pelt dealer, or any TPWD Regional and Field Law Enforcement Office. For additional information contact TPWD at (800) 792-1112, menu 7, option 9 or (512) 389-4481.
  • transport or sell live coyotes, as they are currently under a statewide rabies quarantine. For additional information, visit the DSHS website.
  • possess a diamondback terrapin at any time.
  • hunt (capture, trap, take or kill) any wild animal or wild bird on a public road or the right-of-way of public roads, except that a person may capture indigenous reptiles and amphibians (for recreational purposes only) on the shoulder or unpaved right-of-way of a public roadway, provided the person possesses a valid Reptile and Amphibian Endorsement, the person employs non-lethal means only to capture the reptiles or amphibians, the person does not possess a trap, and the person is visibly wearing at least 144 square inches of reflective material, both front and back. No person may use artificial light from a motor vehicle to locate, capture, or attempt to capture a reptile or amphibian.
  • collect from the wild, sell, offer for sale or exchange certain species of nongame wildlife; however, many species of nongame may be sold, offered for sale, bartered, or exchanged, provided the proper nongame permit has been obtained from TPWD and all reporting and recordkeeping requirements are met.
  • take or possess any freshwater turtles taken from the wild for commercial purposes.
  • possess more than 6 individuals of any species of freshwater turtle from the wild.

For more information on nongame regulations, permit requirements, and lists of lawful and prohibited species, contact TPWD at (800) 792-1112, menu 7 or (512) 389-4481, or visit Nongame Permits.

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