Corsican Sheep are the result of crossbreeding between Mouflon Sheep and a wide selection of others. Their long, thick, brown mane and black markings help to distinguish them from closely related sheep like the Black Hawaiian sheep and the Texas Dall. Their heavy, curved horns can grow more than 40 inches long, with 30 inches and up considered trophy. Our guides at Lonestar Premier Outdoors can show you the best way to bag one of these impressive sheep.
Corsican meat is considerably more tasty in the younger rams. If you’re hunting a trophy, your best bet is to make sausage with the meat you harvest. Whether you eat it or not, Corsican Sheep make for an exciting hunt and impressive trophies.
Trip Logistics – Corsican Ram Hunts
Whether it’s a solo escape, business outing or family hunt, Lonestar Premier Outdoors offers a Corsican Sheep hunting experience for everyone regardless of age or experience level. Our services include:
- Fully-guided, instructional Corsican Sheep hunts
- Year-round daily, weekday and weekend Black Hawaiian Sheep hunts (No Seasonal Restrictions)
- Premier lodging and catering
- Optional beverage services
- Your style of hunt (Archery, rifle, black powder, etc.)
Lodging and Dining – Corsican Ram Hunting
For over night trips and multiple-day hunts, Lone Star Premier Outdoors organizes comfortable accommodations. We provide delicious meals and can accommodate everyone from small families to large corporate groups.
Corsican Ram Hunting Season
There are no seasonal restrictions on hunting Corsican Sheep in Texas. With Lonestar Premier Outdoors, you can bring one of these exotic trophies home for your own wall.