Superior Whitetail Deer Hunts

 

Among the many deer species on the North American continent, whitetail deer rank among the most popular. These excellent specimens are well known for the fabulous taste of their venison meat and the impeccable shape of their horns. A whitetail buck will typically weigh between 130 pounds and 220 pounds. Female whitetails can weigh between 90 pounds and 200 pounds. The lifespan of a whitetail can range between 8 years and 15 years.

One of the most fascinating aspects of this species is that they are able to regrow their antlers on an annual basis. A whitetail’s antlers will begin growing in late spring. During this time, the antlers are covered with a tissue referred to as velvet. A buck will have an antler arrangement that may be typical or non-typical. A typical antler arrangement will be symmetrical with points extending straight from the main beam. A non-typical antler arrangement will be asymmetrical with points formed at any angle off the main beam.

The inside spread of a buck’s antler arrangement can range between 3 inches and 25 inches. Bucks will typically shed their antlers after all of the females have been bred. This usually occurs between late December and February. Female whitetail deer may birth between one and three fawns in the mid-to late spring. Whitetail deer use a variety of methods for communicating with one another, including scents, sounds, markings, and body language. While females and fawns bleat as a form of communication, bucks will usually make a grunting noise. Whitetail deer also often use a blowing sound to communicate the presence of danger.

At Red Stag Ranch, Texas whitetail hunting ranks as one of the most popular sports. Make sure you do not miss out on the opportunity to participate in this season’s Texas whitetail deer hunting.

Bruce

Bruce

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33 point

33 point

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Rusty

Rusty

Rainie

Rainie

Vernon 10point 145inch

Vernon 10point 145inch

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Mark 15 point 165 inch

Mark 15 point 165 inch

Raini Dorman  130 inch

Raini Dorman 130 inch

Management buck (110-130) ------------------------------- $2,000

(130-140) --------------------------------------------$3,000

(141-150) --------------------------------------------$4,500

(151-160) --------------------------------------------$5,500

(161-170) --------------------------------------------$7,000

(171-180) --------------------------------------------$8,500

(181-190) --------------------------------------------$9,500

                          (191-200) ------------------------------------------- $10,500 + $250 per inch

This is a general price list. Some animals may be reduced at the ranch. Exceptional animals may be priced at a higher rate.