Mountain Lion Hunt

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Mountain Lion Hunting takes being in the right place at the right time. We will be in the right place and guarantee that we will put in the time.
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Texas Mountain Lion Hunt

This hunt is the real deal. Is it guaranteed...HAHA get outta here man. We aren't in Africa releasing drugged up lions from pens, we don't have dogs with tracking collars chasing them, and we don't have a trapper on call to let us know he has one in a snare.

Here's how we do it;

We will take you to the best possible areas in 500,000 acres to be in close proximity of a Texas Mountain Lion. Then we will do what we do best...calls predators. Now granted since you are here to try to find a lion, we will be calling specifically for lions. However, you will encounter many other predators on this trip. If desired, you will have no problem shooting a bobcat or two plus a plethora of fox if desired...(Not Recommended if You Really Want a Lion)

Make no mistake. This is a 4 night predator hunt with an emphasis on killing a Lion. We will do our absolute best to put you on a Texas Mountain Lion but if not, you will still have experienced the best 4 night predator hunt of your life.

Location: Pumpville, Tx to El Paso, Tx

Hunt Type: Night Hunt with artificial light from a custom high rack

Gun Type: Bring your own if you want but we recommend using ours on a lion. We know exactly where they hit and that they are set up properly for night hunting.

Opportunity: We don't lie period! There is a 1 in 10 chance that we will get a lion to commit within shooting distance of our calls. But we guarantee you will be in the best spot in Texas to shoot one with professional callers.

Cost: $1500 per person plus an additonal $1500 kill fee upon harvest. This is the equivalent to a 4 night predator hunt and since we only charge the kill fee after you kill your mountain lion, you are assured to get exactly what you pay for.

Dates: October through April

If you want a guarantee or canned Texas Mountain Lion Hunt, I've seen some in the $5000 - $8,000 range and you should take your business there. We're here to hunt and if you're into that kind of thing, you should call and book today!

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Where Do Mountain Lions Live in Texas:

Mountain lions are native to Texas and classified as nongame species. They occur in the Trans Pecos in primarily large undeveloped tracts of land. TPWD has records of mountain lions occurring in every county of Texas except for the northernmost counties of the Panhandle.

The average mountain lion home ranges in the Trans Pecos are 50,000 to 80,000 acres. Lions are reclusive by nature. You should consider yourself fortunate if you ever get the opportunity to see one of these big cats.

Texas Mountain Lion Characteristics:

The mountain lion is a large, slender cat with a smallish head and noticeably long tail. Their color is a light, tawny brown, which can appear gray or almost black, depending on light conditions. . Its size (total length) ranges from about 6 1/2 feet in females to as much as 8 1/2 feet in males. Male cougars weigh between 100–150 pounds, and females weigh between 45–96 pounds. In the wild, cougars live about 10 to 11 years.

When Is the Best Time To See a Mountain Lion:

Cougars are active in the mornings and evenings as well as at night. They are solitary animals except during a short (3–5 days) breeding time, which can occur at any time of the year. Most litters are born in the summer and fall and average 2–3 kittens. Cubs stay with the female until they are 11 to 24 months of age, when they leave and begin looking for their own home range.

How Far Will a Mountain Lion Travel:

The size of a lion’s home range is determined by prey abundance and availability, topography, and the presence of other lions. Male home ranges usually encompass the range of several females and vary from 80 to 200 square miles. Males do not usually tolerate other male cougars in their home range. Female home ranges are normally 20 to 100 square miles and may overlap.

What Do Texas Mountain Lions Eat:

In Texas, mountain lions prey primarily on white-­tailed deer and mule deer. Javelina, pronghorn antelope, feral hogs, big horned sheep, raccoons, coyotes, porcupine, opossum, rabbits and a variety of other small mammals also supplement their diet. Mountain lions will occasionally take domestic livestock. Although cattle and horses are less vulnerable to lion predation once they have grown in excess of 500 pounds, sheep, goats, and pigs remain vulnerable for their lifetime

Is There Such Thing as a Black Panther (Black Mountain Lion):

Contrary to popular belief, there are no black panthers in Texas; no one has ever captured or killed a black mountain lion.

All info received from TPWD

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