Black Hawaiian Ram Hunting

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Texas Hunt Lodge will you put you on a Trophy Black Hawaiian Sheep you'll want to hang on your wall and enjoy for years to come. We have the very best selection of Trophy Black Hawaiian Sheep to be found anywhere in the world. There are no seasonal restrictions on hunting the Black Hawaiian Sheep in Texas, which makes it a suitable trophy year round.

We typically let our hunters choose the method of hunting Trophy Black Hawaiian Ram that they prefer. Hunters of Trophy Black Hawaiian Sheep can choose the Spot and Stalk method, Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting, Black Powder, Safari Style Hunting, Handgun, as well as hunting from a Blind. We can accommodate hunters of any age and experience level, as well as hunters which have physical disabilities or may be confined to a wheelchair.

In addition to the Black Hawaiian Ram, we also have other sheep of the Corsican Sheep family including the Texas Dall Sheep and the Painted Desert Sheep.

Black Hawaiian Trophy Fees

  • Trophy Black Hawaiian Ram (Average 30"): $2,500
  • Record Black Hawaiian Ram (37-40"): $4,500

Trophy Fee is in addition to $350 per day which covers All-Inclusive Hunt Package.

Non-hunting guests may accompany the hunter for an additional $150 per day which covers lodging, meals and amenities as well.

The Black Hawaiian Sheep is derived from Texas actually, not Hawaii.  Breeders in Texas, decades ago, took Mouflon and crossed them with domestic sheep, and created the Corsican Rams, Texas Dall Rams, Black Hawaiian Rams and Painted Desert Rams.  Unlike the Mouflon, the Black Hawaiian Ram's horns grow like a corkscrew and get much longer than Mouflon Rams.  

The Black Hawaiian Sheep, a member of the Corsican Ram family, is one of the most hunted of all the exotics in the United States. The Corsican is a hybrid sheep that began its history in Texas on the Y.O. Ranch about 40 years ago. There are several color variations to choose from when hunting a Corsican Sheep, and with these color variations come different names

The Hawaiian Black Sheep is black from head to hoof, with a splash of white on the muzzle. The Black Hawaiian Sheep has horns, not antlers, which do not shed and continue to grow.  Black Hawaiian Sheep weigh between 130 and 160 lbs. The males have horns that can weigh 30 pounds, which is more than all the bones in his body combined. Horn length is typically 14 inches and up, and can reach up to 35 inches.  Female Black Hawaiian Sheep, called ewes, also have horns that are smaller. The meat is edible although it will have a gamey taste. There are several ways to marinate and prepare the meat to help reduce the gamey taste.


Below are some of the trophies taken from our Black Hawaiian hunts over the years.

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