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Roewe Outfitters


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Welcome to Roewe Outfitters

Texas Whitetail Hunts

We offer the best and most flexible hunting available in Texas. We hunt on over 50,000 acres in Haskell, Knox, Jones, Kent, Bailey, Coke, Sterling and Garza County Counties of Texas.  Roewe Outfitters is known for its outstanding Texas Bobwhite Quail, Texas Whitetail, Hog, Rio Grande Turkey, and Waterfowl hunting. The ranches have the right combination of weed growth, insects, cover and range management necessary for wild quail to thrive. We have over 60,000 acres of excellent Bobwhite quail hunting territory.

The Texas Rolling Plains has recently gained notoriety for its Trophy Whitetail Deer hunting.  The Whitetail deer in this area are generally larger in body size than those found in most other parts of Texas.  The absence of hunting pressure has allowed our deer herd to grow and mature naturally. Our ranches have a year-round supplemental feeding program and strict game management program; which, produces a paradise for the Trophy Whitetail Deer hunter.

Texas Turkey Hunts

We offer excellent Rio Grande Spring Turkey hunting.  Our ranches hold numerous wild flocks of Rio Grande turkeys.  Our love-sick gobblers respond readily to the calls of an interested hen.  Turkey hunters will love the up-close action.  If your hunting for your Grand Slam, call us for Rio Grande Turkeys.

September offers excellent Mourning Dove hunting in Texas as the migrating swarms feed on wild sunflowers and other seeds.  We have a good population of doves that call the Haskell area home year round.

We offer Goose hunting over thousands of acres in Haskell County, Texas.  Hundreds of thousands of Canada geese call North-Central Texas home during the months of November through February.  Peanut, wheat, and maize fields keep the ducks and geese well fed.

Our ranches hold literally thousands of wild hogs and varmints.  The wild boar hunter will see plenty of action at food plots, water holes, and brush thickets.  Coyotes and other predators cover the ranch.  The lack of hunting pressure has made these animals very approachable (sometimes too close for comfort).

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