Trophy & Exotic Animal Hunts
Book a Guided Trophy or Exotic Animal Hunt at our Kansas Hunting Preserve
Bow hunt or rifle hunt for a variety of trophy & exotic animals on our 400-acre, family owned hunting preserve. Our hunting guides will help you spot & shoot from a blind or spot & stock your trophy. We offer guided high fence hunts & free range hunts. Don’t see what you’re looking for? We can handle most special requests for other exotic animals!
The whitetail deer is a medium-sized wild ungulate native to North America, Central America, Ecuador, and South America. It has been introduced to Pacific and Caribbean islands, and European countries. In North America, whitetail deer run wild east of the Rocky Mountains, in southwestern Arizona, and most of Mexico. The Kansas Trophy Outfitters hunting grounds are stocked with large bucks with multi-point racks, so you don’t have to sort the does from the trophies.
Trophy Ram Hunts in Kansas
The hunting acreage at Kansas Trophy Outfitters is stocked with five ram species for our most affordable, but still challenging hunting excursions that result in unique trophies to display in your home or office.
Ironically, the origin of the Black Hawaiian Ram is unknown, and there is much debate about how they came to be. Hawaiian rams have a thick, black coat and horns that grow more than 40 inches in length, in the distinctive shape common among sheep.
The Catalina ram is descendent of those that Spanish missionaries brought to Santa Catalina Island in the 1800s. These rams can present quite a challenge to hunt, as they are capable of climbing quite quickly, but their 20- to 30-inch wing-like horns make for an incredible trophy mount.
Texas Dall Rams fall under the category of Corsican sheep and are a hybrid of Mouflon ewes and Rambouillet rams. The distinctive Texas Dall is completely white, with colorless horns and hooves. They’re easy to spot and grow horns continually without shedding, guaranteeing you a bright spot in your trophy case.
The Barbados black belly is a breed of sheep hailing from the Caribbean island of Barbados. While they are most abundant on their native island, you also can find them in Mexico, Peru, and 25 countries in the Americas, Asia, and Europe. The black belly is unique in that they do not grow wool, and instead have coarse hair like a deer. They range in color from light tan to dark mahogany, with black stripes on the face and black legs, belly, chin, and chest.
The Mouflon is a subspecies group of the wild sheep and is thought to be the ancestor for all modern domestic sheep breeds. Their reddish to dark brown, short-haired coats have dark back stripes and light-colored “saddle patches.” The horns of mature rams curve almost one full revolution, up to 33 inches long, and are sure to catch your eye while afield.
Also called Barbary sheep, the aoudad is native to mountainous areas of North Africa, although it is considered rare there. The aoudad has been introduced to North America, southern Europe, and around the world. They are sandy-brown, with a darker belly and line down their backs; shaggy hair along their throats and chests; and a sparse mane. Their fairly smooth horns curve outward, backward, then inward and can grow to more than 30 inches long. The aoudad’s unique appearance makes for an impressive hunting trophy.
The proud-looking, ancient ibex is a wild mountain goat with large, recurved horns with transverse ridges at the front. Both rams and ewes grow these incredible horns, which appear at birth, although the ewes’ are smaller and thinner. Evidence of these animals is present in the archeological records of the Near East and Mediterranean, and even more evidence can hang on the wall of your mancave when you choose to go ibex hunting at Kansas Trophy Outfitters.