Kudu Hunts In Texas
Hunting Kudu at the Cedar Cove Ranch near DFW
Step into the world of Cedar Cove Ranch, where we invite you to embark on the ultimate journey of premier exotic hunting adventures. Nestled amid the picturesque hills of Texas, our ranch is a testament to our unwavering commitment to delivering extraordinary hunting experiences. Here at Cedar Cove Ranch, we are dedicated to providing you with the finest Kudu hunting destination, granting you a matchless opportunity to pursue these magnificent creatures.
Hunting Kudu At Cedar Cove Ranch
The Kudu Antelope is characterized by its unique horns that make almost 3 full twists that cause its worldwide hunting renown. Standing as the tallest antelope after the Eland and its excellent movement abilities allow for an exhilarating hunt like no other. Our gorgeous hunting grounds, maintained by expert hunters, make for the perfect hunting experience that this majestic animal deserves.
At Cedar Cove Ranch, we are dedicated to delivering a hunt that exceeds your expectations. Our team of experienced guides possess an intimate knowledge of the land and the behavior of Kudu, guaranteeing an exciting and successful adventure. Whether you are an experienced hunter or new to the sport, our guides will tailor the experience to your skill level, ensuring an unforgettable and rewarding hunt.
After an invigorating day of Kudu hunting, retreat to our luxurious lodges nestled within the tranquil surroundings of the ranch. Immerse yourself in the warm comforts and hospitality that Cedar Cove Ranch is known for, indulging in exquisite cuisine and enjoying world-class amenities. We believe that the hunting experience extends beyond the field, and our accommodations provide the perfect sanctuary for relaxation and reflection.
If you're in search of an exhilarating Kudu hunting experience nestled in the heart of East Texas, look no further than Cedar Cove Ranch. Secure your Kudu hunting expedition today and set out on a remarkable journey that seamlessly merges the quest for a majestic trophy with the unparalleled splendor of the East Texas Woods
Species Name: Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros)
Origin: Southwestern Africa
Typical Weight: Male Kudu weigh 560 pounds ( 250 kg) on average and Females 700 pounds (315 kg) on average
Horn Size: 45 to 60 inches and can twist up to 2.5 times
Hunting Season: Year-round
Spiral Horns: Male kudus are well-known for their long, spiral-shaped horns. These horns can grow up to 1.8 meters (6 feet) in length and have multiple twists or spirals. They are among the longest and most twisted horns of any antelope species.
Striking Coat Patterns: Kudus have a distinctive coat with vertical white stripes on their body. These stripes are believed to provide effective camouflage in the dense woodlands and bushy habitats where they are commonly found.
Solitary Behavior: Kudus are often solitary or found in small groups, although they may form larger groups on occasion. Males are more solitary than females, which tend to form small herds.
Excellent Jumpers: Kudus are agile and excellent jumpers. They can clear obstacles such as bushes and fences with ease, using their powerful leg muscles.
Behavior: Kudus are often more active during the early morning and late evening hou
Mating Season: Kudus typically mate in the warmer summer months from May to August
Kudu hunts starting at $27,000