Looking for a texas - free range aoudad guide

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  1. AimSmallHitSmall

    AimSmallHitSmall Member

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    Seem Texas is full of Guides that a part-timers that we’re called back to work.

    I’m looking for a reputable free ranging Aoudad Guide that can provide the following:

    1. Pickup at a major airport.
    2. All transportation.
    3. Comfortable lodging and good meals. Doesn’t have to be a 4 or 5 Star Lodge, and I’m not a drinker.
    3. Game care and delivery of cape/horns to a quality taxidermist.
    4. High success with trophy Aoudad 35” + would be great

    Message me through the forum for additional contact info.

    Thank You - Jon
     
  2. gillettehunter

    gillettehunter Well-Known Member

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    Might go over to the Texas hunting forums and look up a fellow named Mulie Mike. Has a good reputation.
    Bruce
     
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  3. Rick Richard

    Rick Richard Well-Known Member

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    Hidden Creek Outfitters owned by Bill Perry. He has a very successful outfitting company where he guides for elk in Wyoming and Aoudad sheep in Texas. I have hunted with him a bunch of times (elk) and I can vouch for his reputation.
     
  4. rharfo

    rharfo Well-Known Member

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    Desert Safaris. Top notch outfit. I killed a big one with them
     
  5. SeboCreek

    SeboCreek Well-Known Member

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    SWHunts.com
    Bubba Glosson
    Southwest Trophy Hunts

    Been 4 time with over 30” plus each time
     
  6. therifleman556

    therifleman556 Well-Known Member

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    What does a hunt like that cost where they only take a handful of animals per year?
     
  7. six pack

    six pack Well-Known Member

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    Your experience and mine are not the same. I killed a nice Ram but it sure was not the best hunt I've been on. Not going to say more on an Internet forum. Cost was about $7000 including the guide. Saw lots of sheep...miles away...and only saw a few at 34" or better. 35"+ are the needle in the haystack.
     
  8. rharfo

    rharfo Well-Known Member

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    I went in 2011 so I’m sure Hunter Ross has had some changes since then
     
  9. six pack

    six pack Well-Known Member

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    I went in October of 2014. No clue how he's doing now as that was my first and last hunt with him.
     
  10. quailybirds

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