Horn Size: 28-38 inches
Weight: 130-280 pounds
Estimated World Population: 2,000
Ox Ranch Population: 70
Addax antelope are one of the rarest species found at Ox Ranch! They may be listed as a critically endangered species; however, they are flourishing at our hunting oasis. They are as beautiful as they are scarce and we are giving you the opportunity to harvest this super exotic.
You may hunt our trophy Addax using any method you prefer, including Spot and Stalk, Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting, Pistol Hunting, Safari Style, or from a Blind. Our Addax Antelope hunts are fair chase on over 18,000 acres of Texas Hill Country!
Addax Hunting Trophy Fee:
$5,000 (up to 30 inches)
$6,500 (over 30 inches)
*Field Dressing Included
*100% Opportunity Guarantee
*Transportation of your Animal to Meat Processor / Taxidermist
*Firearm and Ammunition Provided, if Needed
*Access to the Ranch’s 5,800-foot Paved and Lighted Runway
Addax Hunting All-Inclusive rates:
Weekday Hunting Package $1,000
Weekend Hunting Package $1,250
Additional Non-Hunting Guests $200/night
Our All-Inclusive Addax Hunting Package Includes all of the Above as well as the Following…
*3 days/2 Nights of Lodging (additional nights $500/night)
*Meals Included and Prepared by an Award-Winning Chef
*Experienced Hunting Guide
*Trophy Bass Fishing, Cave Exploring, and Numerous other Free Activities
*Night Vision Hog Hunting up to two hours per night. We will Drive you Around the Ranch Hunting Without the use of any Lights! Or you can Hog Hunt from our Hunting Blind that Holds 10+ People. This Blind has a TV that Receives Live Game Camera Footage, a Poker Table, Air Conditioning, and a Fully Stocked Bar.
Addax Hunting Information
- Addax antelopes are known as super exotics due to their scarcity.
- There are now more Addax antelopes on Texas hunting ranches than the rest of the world combined!
- They produce highly concentrated urine which helps to conserve water.
- Herds are typically led by the oldest female.
- Addax can survive almost indefinitely without free-standing water. They obtain most of their water needs from their vegetarian diet.
- They are also called “White antelopes” and “Screwhorn antelopes.”
- Their coat changes color with the seasons. In the winter, they have a gray and brown coat and in the summer, they have a sandy coat with white coloration.
- Herds do not tend to travel far unless food becomes scarce or a threat surfaces.
- An Addax herd walks in single file order and as a result, leaves behind a single set of tracks.
- Addax antelopes are slow moving, making them easy pickings for predators.
Addax Antelope Hunting Reservations
We recommend making Addax Hunting reservations well in advance to secure availability.
Please Call: (830) 275-4962