White-tailed Deer Hunting
Trophy Buck Hunts
A limited number of trophy buck hunts are offered each year. We will harvest 4 trophy bucks during the current season.
- Over 95% of our trophy bucks will qualify for the SCI Record Book of Trophy Animals and the Texas Big Game Awards sponsored by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
- Methods of hunting are mainly from permanent blinds, brush blinds, or portable stands. “Rattling” during the rut is very productive and can create exciting and rewarding experiences.
- Hunts are for 3 days and 3 nights.
- Included are first-class lodging, ranch-style meals, and guide service.
- Non hunting guest will be accommodated for $250.00 per person per day.
3-Day Guided Deer Hunt 120 B&C to 150 B&C gross
A 3-day, 3-night guided hunt, which includes lodging, meals, and transportation while on the ranch.
Limited Trophy Hunts for deer over 150 B&C gross
Management Buck Hunts
- Those animals lacking the genetic potential we strive for in our white-tailed herd.
- Perfect for the first time hunter or young hunter.
- All hunts are guided and the guide will determine if the buck is to be harvested or not.
2-Day Guide’s Choice Deer Hunt up to 120 inch B&C gross
A 2-day fully guided hunt which includes lodging, meals, guide, and transportation while on the ranch.
Doe and Feral Hog Hunts
Call for particulars.
- B&C scores are gross scores, not net scores.
- Your guide will determine the age and give an estimate to the best of his ability on the gross B&C score of any deer to be harvested.
There are a few simple requirements and rules to observe while you are enjoying your hunting experience on Masser Ranch.
- You must have a valid Texas hunting license, and follow all game laws.
- You will be required to sign any necessary release forms before being allowed to hunt.
- You will be required to shoot your weapon at our range before being allowed to hunt.
- Hunting Rules
- No loaded weapons in camp or in the lodge.
- No alcohol will be consumed during hunting hours.
- No shots at running game.
- No shots over 200 yards.
- No shots at deer unless your guide approves the deer. Guides decision in the field is final.
- A wounded animal counts as your kill; if you draw blood it’s your animal.
If you enjoy your hunt, then tipping is customary and appreciated by the guides and staff.