Black Hawaiin Sheep
The Lone Oak Difference:Tracking a wily ram through the wilderness requires patience, skill, and a real sense of adventure. We’ll never take you on a rushed trip to a small enclosure with a cornered sheep, we tailor each hunt to you, and you only. We’ll track the perfect ram and trek with you across the wilderness, sharing stories and tips along the way. You’ll leave with more than just a trophy, you’ll leave with lifelong friends.
- Deliciously prepared meals & non-alcoholic beverages
- Luxury lodging at our ranches
- Field prep and trophy processing
- Good ol’ fashioned camp fire bonding
For added convenience, we are equipped to provide you with a firearm if necessary. However, archery equipment is unavailable at this time. Transportation to a local meat processor and a reputable taxidermist is available upon request.
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Call us at 210-844-9295
Living Waters Ranch
Nestled in south Texas overlooking Texas wine country lies our 10,000 square foot Living Waters Ranch waiting to pamper you. This perfect getaway features guided Black Hawaiian Sheep hunts as well as non-hunting activities ensure the entire family has the time of their life.
At our 3rd generation Cenizo Ranch, we believe in lasting family connections with a ‘back to basics’ approach. Both native and exotic species roam the landscape surrounding our rustic 1,200 square foot Cenizo lodge, where you’ll enjoy southern Texas hospitality at its finest couple with unprecedented Black Hawaiian Sheep trophy hunting. Experience for yourself and up to 8 people, this comfortable retreat at the end of your hunting day.
Black Hawaiian Sheep
With an ebony coat and impressive, spiraling horns, Black Hawaiian Ram hunts are a coveted trophy in Texas. Great for beginners and experts alike, hunting Black Hawaiian Sheep with LONE OAK ADVENTURES is a trip unlike any other. Allowed plenty of room to roam on our ranches, our rams grow impressive horns as they mature, but also become wilier. Hiring a professional guide to help you track and stalk these sheep is essential. Not all sheep hunts are created equal, and not every person wants the same thing out of their hunt. That’s why all-inclusive LONE OAK ADVENTURES hunting packages are thoughtfully tailored to the individual.
With several different methods to choose from, LONE OAK ADVENTURES will help you get outfitted with a bow or rifle, and help plan your outing- whether you’re glassing on a safari style hunt, or camped in a blind. No matter what your Black Hawaiian Sheep hunt looks like, it will always be custom made just for you.
More About The Black Hawaiian Sheep:
The lush, open grasslands and Texas shrub vegetation are the primary diet of ranch-raised trophy Black Hawaiian Sheep.
They tend to stick to the grasslands during early morning and late evening while resting in the heat of the day. Since their sharp sense of hearing and eyesight can prove challenging to the average Black Hawaiian Sheep hunt, a walk-n-stalk method is commonly recommended.
Life expectancy is generally about 10 years of age, however our Black Hawaiian Sheep trophy hunting encourages full horn development and preserving the younger herd members.
The Black Hawaiian Sheep’s natural ability to adapt to any terrain gives it a distinct advantage over any other breed of exotic sheep - making Texas a perfect habitat match!
The horns on a Black Hawaiian Sheep are anything but typical. Varying in shape, size and texture, they will be either;
-Polycerate - Multiple horned which can be separate or, fused together as a pair on either side
-Supracervical - Curve above and behind the neck
-Corkscrew - Horns are curled into a right handed spiral
-Homonymous - Indicative of a Left handed spiral
As the ram’s deep ebony horns later become dark brown as they age. Void of any shedding, these magnificent racks can grow to become up to 40” in length.
The wooly and exotic Black Hawaiian Sheep are herd animals by nature and seem deceptively lackadaisical at first.