Whitetail and Exotic Hunting

Experience a hunt like never before at the 5 D Ranch. Featuring exotics from all over the world year-round, our animals are well maintained with proper feed and nutrition everyday. This, of course, means our animals are kept healthy for you. Contact us today for more details.

  • White Tail Deer

    Only available between November and January, these hunts book fast. Call us at (361) 564-8489 to reserve your cabin today. All deer are fed on our ranch with a well-balanced feeder diet. A state-approved hunting license is required.

  • Dove & Quail

    With seasonal hunts throughout the year, you’re guaranteed to see a flock. Bag limits are in effect on the honor system. State-approved hunting licenses are required and hunting dogs are allowed. Booking ahead of time is always recommended.

  • Fishing

    All six of our tanks are fully stocked with catfish, bass, or perch and are watched closely to ensure the best of health. Surrounded by beautiful scenery and trees for shade, you won’t find a more idyllic setting for fishing anywhere else. Catch and release for fun! A state-approved fishing license is required.

  • Oryx

    The scimitar-horned Oryx with their long, characteristic, sickle-shaped horns which swoop over their backs once thrived all over northern Africa and are now the most endangered of all antelope. They are stocky, mostly milky white and are now limited to very small populations in Chad and Niger. Ironically, there are now more scimitar-horned Oryx living on Texas’ game parks than the native land.

  • Axis

    The Axis deer can be traced to the foothills of the Indian Himalayas and island of Sri Lanka. Their original habitat was open country at lower elevations in forested regions. Free ranging populations exist in the continental United States, Hawaii, and Australia. Axis deer were introduced into Texas in 1932, which has the largest population of axis deer in the country. They have striking reddish-brown coats marked by white spots.

  • Aoudad Sheep

    Indigenous to the Atlas Mountains, Chad, and the Barbary Coast of Northern Africa, Aoudad Sheep were introduced to West Texas in the early 1950s. They have flourished and found their home in some of the Trans-Pecos region’s rugged mountain ranges, including the Davis, Glass and Chinati Mountains. Best of all, this magnificent trophy could be the world’s best sheep hunting value.

  • Elk

    Elk are formerly widespread in North America, but now range from southern British Columbia through parts of Alberta into Manitoba south to central New Mexico and Arizona’s forested mountains. Their habitat varies according to location. They seem to prefer mountainous country with mixed open, grassy meadows, marshy meadows, and river flats. They are most active at dusk and dawn.

  • Fallow Deer

    The Fallow Deer was a native of most of Europe during the last Interglacial. In the Holocene, the distribution was restricted to the Middle East and possibly also parts of the Mediterranean region. The Fallow Deer was spread across central Europe by the Romans. It is easily tamed and is often kept semi-domesticated in parks today. In more recent times, Fallow Deer have also been introduced in parts of the United States. Only bucks have antlers, these are broad and shovel-shaped. They are grazing animals; their preferred habitat is mixed woodland and grassland.

  • Sika Deer

    Sika Deer are small elk introduced into Maryland in 1916 by private citizens. They are 2-feet high at the shoulder, weigh 50-100 pounds and originate from Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan). The Sika deer coat is dark brown to black. Males are larger than females and have antlers. Males also have a dark shaggy mane running down their neck. Sika deer inhabit marshes, swamps, and associated areas.

  • Blackbuck

    The blackbuck also known as the Indian antelope, is an antelope found in India. The long, ringed horns, are generally present only on males, though females may develop horns as well. The blackbuck is a diurnal antelope. Blackbuck graze on low grasses, occasionally browsing as well. The blackbuck inhabits grassy plains and slightly forested areas. Due to their regular need of water, they prefer areas where water is perennially available.

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