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Predator Hunts

In West Texas, predator hunts play a pivotal role in maintaining ecological balance and protecting livestock. This vast region, characterized by its expansive plains and rugged terrain, is home to predators like coyotes, bobcats, and mountain lions. These hunts, often conducted under the cloak of night, employ advanced techniques like thermal and night-vision optics to track and engage targets. By managing predator populations, ranchers safeguard their livestock and ensure that these predators don't gain an undue advantage over other native species. Moreover, the challenge of a West Texas predator hunt, combined with the ethereal beauty of its landscape under starlight, provides an unparalleled experience for seasoned hunters.

Thermal Predator Hunts


The vast open spaces of West Texas are home to predators like coyotes and bobcats. Thermal Predator Hunting leverages thermal imaging equipment to identify the heat signatures of these predators, usually under cover of night.





  • Observation: In a strategic location, hunters use thermal scopes to scan the surroundings, looking for heat signatures.

  • Engagement: Once a predator is identified, hunters take their shot, often using suppressed firearms to avoid spooking other nearby animals.



Thermal scopes or binoculars, suppressed rifles, and often, electronic callers that mimic the sounds of prey, attracting curious predators into shooting range.

  • 3 nights minimum 2 people

  • Utilizing electronic call target key predator

  • Coyotes

  • Bobcat

  • Guaranteed shot opportunities

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