Now Booking for the 2018 Season!

Trophy Hunt 5 Day 1x1 Guided Hunt $5,995.00 Per (Booked)   Management Hunt 5 Day 2x1 Guided Hunt $2,995.00 Per (4 Available)

Large mountainous ranch located in far west Texas in the Hueco Mountains. Healthy mule deer population. Available for Rifle or Archery hunters.

Hunt include 5 nights lodging and meals. Please inquire for specific ranch and hunt details for this property please. Combo hunts with Aoudad a possibility if available.              

Mule Deer Hunts

Shelley Ranch Trophy Mule Deer Hunts

Booked for the 2018 Season!

(2 Hunts Offered Per Year)

Rifle Season Mule Deer Lease for 2 Hunters: $2,995.00 Total

Access to the ranch for the General Rifle Mule Deer Season
1 Mule Deer Buck, 1 Javelina, & Predators Per Hunter

No water, electricity or lodging on ranch. 30 minutes to town (Presidio) where there are hotels or camping is allowed on ranch at designated site. Minimal roads on ranch, 4 wheelers or horses allowed, this is not a hunt for the faint of heart. Good deer genetics just not many deer so glassing/hiking is key for this hunt.  Very  affordable hunt with good potential for a quality animal, access to just over 1,500 acres of the ranch. Ranch borders Big Bend. 
Hunters are allowed to set up feeders and water guzzlers in the off season.

Booked for the 2018 Season!

(3 to 4  Mule Deer Hunts Offered Per Year)

(Will consider a Season Lease to the right Group or Semi Guided Hunt)

6,000 acre ranch north of Van Horn Texas. Easy access, simple lodging .
Up to 4 nights lodging included in guided hunt fee. Well watered ranch with small alfalfa field with a good road system.
Inquire for more information please

4 Day 2x1 Guided Mule Deer Hunt $4,195.00 Per

Bag Limit: 1 Trophy Mule deer Buck, 1 Javelina, Predators

Possibly an additional 2,000 acres of agriculture to hunt for a fee if ranch is available.


Van Horn Ranch Mule Deer Lease

West Texas Mule Deer Hunts are conducted in the Trans Pecos and Big Bend regions. Our Texas Mule Deer Hunting Ranches vary greatly in size from a few thousand acres to 50,000+ acres; due to this diversity it allows us to offer Texas Mule Deer Hunts in all price ranges to our clients. Mule Deer population and trophy quality vary from ranch to ranch and we have priced our Mule Deer Hunts accordingly. Nonresident Mule Deer hunters will need to purchase the Type 105 General Non Resident Hunting license which is $315.00 over the counter, Resident Mule Deer hunters will need to purchase the Type 101 Resident Hunting license which is $25.00 over the counter. Several of our Texas Mule Deer Hunting properties offer easy access off of main roads, but more are off the beaten path in remote scenic regions of Texas. West Texas terrain varies from gently rolling hills, to steep canyons, and wide valleys; we also offer large crop fields to hunt over. Mostly though expect rocky terrain filled with plenty of cactus and desert plant life typical of West Texas beauty.

Hueco Ranch Trophy Mule Deer Hunts

Now Booking for the 2018 Season!

(Only 3 to 4 Mule Deer Hunts Offered Per Year)

4 Day 2x1 Guided Mule Deer Hunt: $4,495.00 Per    
(A combination of hunting over agricultural fields, water, protein feeders, and driving/glassing the desert country for bedded bucks)

All legal hunt methods are welcome. Will consider a season lease to the right group or semi guided hunts.

Additional Hunt days are $550 per day and include lodging and meals.

A Bull or Cow Elk may also be added to your bag limit for a trophy fee if available.

Lodging and meals will be provided. Up to 4 nights lodging is included in hunt fee.

Bag Limit: 1 Trophy Mule deer Buck and 1 Javelina

4D South Ranch Mule Deer Lease

West Texas Mule Deer Hunts FAQs

Mule Deer  are hunted in open terrain so be ready to glass longer distances and pick apart the hillsides. Typical shots are 300 yards out to 400 yards in some cases. A minimum of a .270 caliber or similar rifle/pistol/muzzleloader is highly encouraged, along with a good pair of 10X to 12X binoculars for glassing the terrain. Mule Deer hunters are more than welcome to bring their bow out and we can set up a Mule Deer Hunt during archery season over water and feed. Most Mule Deer Hunts will be over water sources, feed, or driving and glassing the terrain then stalking closer to make the shot. A comfortable pair of boots and a day pack is recommended as we spend most of the day out in the field to cover as much ground as possible. Our Guided Mule Deer Hunts on all ranches combined averaged 85% success rate and Self-Guided Mule Deer Hunts are around a 65% success rate. We are happy to provide Personal References and Testimonials upon your request. 

VC Ranch Mule Deer Lease

Booked for the 2018 Season!

(3 Hunts Offered Per Year)

Rifle Season Mule Deer Lease for small group.  2,000 acres of mixed agriculture near Van Horn Texas. Hunters will be responsible for assisting in predator control in the offseason and any additional stands or feeders they would like to set up. 

All legal hunt methods welcome.

$2,000 Per Hunter
Bag Limit: 1 Mule Deer Buck, 1 Javelina and Unlimited Predators

Mule Deer Hunts

​West Texas Mule Deer Hunts start the Friday after Thanksgiving and run for roughly 2 weeks long offering 16 days of hunting. Archery season generally runs the entire month of October. Typically, 1 small group Mule Deer Hunt is conducted on each ranch unless the Hunting property is season leased. Due to a short Mule Deer season with the weather, terrain, and moon playing a large factor in hunter success most West Texas Mule Deer Hunting Ranches are available to season lease rather than Guided Mule Deer Hunts to allow hunters more time to be successful. Please take moon phases into consideration when booking Mule Deer Hunts with us, recommended dates will be gladly given to you.

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Mule Deer Hunts

Strasser Ranch  Trophy Mule Deer Hunts

West Texas Mule Deer Hunts

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Booked for the 2018 Season!

(Available to Season Lease)

$8,500.00 Total
A Maximum of 6 Hunters (Hunters must remain the same).

Hunter's are responsible for feeding and assisting with predator control in the off season.

Ranch is remote, minimal roads, and is in a low deer population area so not for the faint of heart- tough hunt. Good potential if hunters stay management minded. 

Mule Deer Hunts