Texas Guided Hunts
- Category: Rules
All federal, state and local hunting and weapon laws apply. You must have a valid Texas hunting license if you are hunting any type of game and a fishing license if you fish.
You may not poses a firearm while on the ranch during archery season unless given permission.
Do not tamper with any feeders, stands, or fences.
Do not mess with or shoot any livestock. Any artifacts, rocks, or anything else found may be kept only with permission.
Any skulls, bones, sheds may be kept only with permission. You may consume alcohol on the ranch but we are not responsible for any illegal actions you may incur while on or off the ranch due to alcohol.
Possession or use of drugs is prohibited.
Pick up and take with you or burn in burn barrels all of your trash. If the ranch roads are wet or muddy do not drive on them with your vehicle, 4wheelers will be provided for your transport around the ranch or you may bring your own.
No fighting with anyone even people from your own party on the ranch.
Ranch owners, any workers that may be present, or other hunters on the ranch are not responsible for any injuries, or damages that you may incur on or off the ranch.
We would prefer that you take all parts of the animal that you kill but if you do not then animal carcases may be dumped on the ranch but only at a designated area Do not shoot a animal and just leave it lay, you must do something with everything that you shoot. If you don't plan on eating, mounting, or doing anything else with it then don't shoot it If any of the rules are broken you may be asked to leave the ranch without a refund