The Fascination And Prosperity Of Exotic Hunting In Texas Continues To Explode As Exotic Species Thrive In The Suitable Climate And Terrain Only Texas Can Offer.
The state’s exotic hunting industry has not looked back since Axis and Fallow deer paved the way back in the early 1900’s to the growing list of exotic species who now call Texas home. The success of exotic wildlife in Texas is threefold.
Renowned As The Tastiest Meat In Texas
Exotic wild game is widely renowned as the Tastiest Meat in Texas. From corporate events to Christmas parties and dare we say the bribe to land the big corporate contract can all be guaranteed with the promise of an exotic hunt.
The demand for exotic meat is year around and more so as Whitetail season comes to an end. Many people forget that Exotic Hunting in Texas is open year around and not regulated to traditional Whitetail hunting season. As the saying goes: “The Hunt Goes On Forever and The Season Never Ends!” – EHiT | AAE
As hunters, we all love the taste and texture of biting into a juicy prime beef sirloin or Whitetail backstrap grilled just how we like it. Exotic meat, if you can imagine takes the juiciness of prime beef combined with the finer qualities of venison to produce the finest tasting meat in all the land.
Majestic Trophy Mounts
When it comes to antler and horn characteristics along with color combinations – exotic species are the most majestic and breath-taking mounts you will ever place in your home. From the bright white and burnt orange of the Scimitar-Horned Oryx to the bold stripes and color contrast of the Kudu and Bongo – there simply is no other adventure a hunter will be more proud to look back on.
The trouble here is having to convince the lady where to hang the next exotic mount. Maybe reward her with an exotic hunting getaway… for two?
Texas Climate and Terrain
Perhaps the most important attribute on the success of exotic species sustainment in Texas is climate and terrain. With a state the size of Texas, we have a suitable climate and terrain for nearly all exotic species to prosper and multiply.
One of the best success stories is the story of the Scimitar-Horned Oryx where in the wild of Africa it has become extinct. The success of the exotic hunting industry in Texas has helped the Scimitar-Horned Oryx recover and become re-introduced to its native homeland – all thanks to the Lone Star State. Source: Smithsonian – Rewilding The African Scimitar-Horned Oryx
Additional Info & Resources:
AllAboutExotics.com – Book Your Exotic Hunting Adventure