Fallow Deer are known for their large and broad palmate antlers. Native to areas of Europe and Asia Minor, the Fallow Deer were eventually introduced to every continent. In Texas, their population is booming. Their antlers can reach lengths up to 40 inches with the palmate areas developing when they are about 3-4 years old. With Lonestar Premier Outdoors, you can hunt one of these exotic trophies yourself!
Fallow prefer open grassy areas for feeding, retreating to deciduous forests and undergrowth for shelter. Their colors vary, allowing them to blend with their surroundings.
Trip Logistics – Fallow Deer 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 – Fallow Deer Hunts
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.
Fallow Deer Hunting Season
There are no seasonal restrictions on Fallow deer hunting in Texas, but we recommend hunting before their rut begins in mid-September. Fallow venison is very delicious, ranking up there with Axis, but has been known to taste a little gamey during their rut. In fact, their venison is the primary reason that Fallow are raised all over the world. You can bring home this tasty and attractive exotic trophy year-round with Lonestar Premier Outdoors.