Bongo Hunting Season: Bongo can be hunted year round at the Ox Ranch!
Horn Size: 30-40 inches
Weight: 500-900 pounds
Estimated World Population: 700
The Bongo antelope is the largest, most colorful, and most desirable of the forest antelopes! This rare antelope is extremely reclusive and can be very difficult to locate. We recommend harnessing plenty of patience when hunting Bongo as you usually only get one shot at them!
You may hunt our trophy Bongo Antelope using any method you prefer, including Spot and Stalk, Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting, Pistol Hunting, Safari Style, or from a Blind.
Bongo Hunting Hunting Trophy Fee: $45,000
*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
Bongo Hunting Hunting All-Inclusive rates:
Weekday Hunting Package $1,250
Weekend Hunting Package $1,500
Additional Non-Hunting Guests $300/night
Our All-Inclusive Bongo 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.
Interesting Bongo Hunting Information:
- Natives in the Bongo’s natural habitat believed that if they ate or touched a Bongo they would suffer from seizures.
- The Bongo antelope are tragelaphids meaning both males and females sport horns.
- There are less than 140 bongos left in their native continent of Africa.
- Bongos are rarely found in large groups.
- Sexual maturity is reached at 24 to 27 months or just over 2 years.
- Bongos will show visual displays of aggression rather than physical fights, such as bulging their necks, holding their horns at a vertical position while slowly pacing back and forth in front of the other male, or even rolling their eyes.
- While the Bongo antelope is mostly nocturnal, they can be observed active during the day on occasion.
Bongo Antelope Hunting Reservations
We recommend making Bongo Hunting reservations well in advance to secure availability.
Please Call: (830) 275-4962