West Texas Free Range Elk Hunt

1-2 Guests • Hotel • Private • Guided


Free Range Elk

5-Day | 4-Night | Hotel Lodging

We are excited to announce we have a new ranch in west TX for free-ranging elk. The ranch is 8000 acres. We have 1 elk tag to fill before they start to shed their antlers.

There are only 5 bulls a year taken off this place. They did shoot a bull this year that went 436”

All hunts include meals, lodging, and guide services. If you are successful, your guide will field dress and cape your harvest, and provide transportation.

Hunt Overview

  • 5 day, 4-night hunt
  • Lodging will be a hotel
  • Meals will be in town
  • Location: Fort Stockton, Texas 

Base price is per person for a 320"-350" Bull. Add on an extra fee for a Bull 350"-399".

Bulls 400+" price is available upon request.

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350"-399" Bull


Your Host

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We are an outfitter based out of Ruidoso, NM. We offer hunts in NM, TX, Africa, and New Zealand. Public and private land. High fence and free-ranging.

from $15950/Experience

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

$3850.00 Per Person


Base Price

$15950.00 Per Person Per Experience


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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.


  • Experienced Local Guide
  • Hotel Lodging
  • 8000 Private Acres



Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Valid State Hunting License/Tags
  • Weapon and Ammo
  • Personal Gear

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Rules & Guidelines


In Texas, anyone of any age is required to purchase a valid hunting license in order to hunt any animal, bird, frog, or turtle. Exceptions to this rule apply in special circumstances. Hunters must also successfully complete a Hunter Education Course to obtain a license.

Additional information on bag limits, game-specific requirements, and other regulations can be found on the Texas Parks & Wildlife website.

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