TX-CBR Urial Sheep


This 38,500 acre ranch is appx 30 miles south of Marfa, TX, – Located in the Chinati Mountains of SW Texas. This is one of the most well organized lodges/outfits that you’ll ever hunt with, and success is as good as you’ll find anywhere! 

This is a true spot and stalk mountain/canyon hunt for free ranging transcaspian urial sheep. This ranch is known for lots of game, including these sheep!   With dall, stone, and both bighorn sheep prices climbing higher each year, this hunt and this country will give you the physical/challenging sheep experience for a much much lower price point.  

This country requires some longer range shooting, even out to the 400-700 yard range.   The staff has custom high end rifles/shooting systems for clients who prefer to use their weapons, typically 7 LRM’s and 7mm PRC’s. 

What’s Included:

Lodging, Meals, 2 Days of Guided Hunting, Game Prep & Trophy Care, All Hunting Transportaion While There

Not Included:

–License (Nonresident, 5-day, $48.00 license from Wal Mart), Gratuities, Transportation to and from the ranch 


Known as a 5 star resort, this is one of the nicest lodging SW Texas has to offer! Check out the pictures!

Trip Duration:

All hunts are 2 day hunts with 3 nights lodging (arrive afternoon before the hunt, depart morning after the hunt). This mountain ranch is loaded with game!   But if no opportunity is presented, you can stay over and continue your guided hunt. 




$400.00 / Non-hunter Guest fee / per person



Appx 30 miles South of Marfa, TX.   

How to get there:

Fly into El Paso or Midland airports and get a rental vehicle. From either airport, it’s appx 3 ½ hour drive to the ranch. If driving, call Outdoor Solutions for directions/address.   This ranch also has a private landing strip for smaller private aircraft 


For these sheep, you’ll need the nonresident, 5-day license for $48,00 – which can be purchased ahead of time online or purchased at any Wal Mart in Texas. 

Application Deadline



Season is open year-round for Urial sheep…in Texas!

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Call (918) 258-7817 to Learn More!

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