You may already be familiar with our hog hunts and maybe you’ve already taken a hog or two this season. But did you know that Hog Wild also offers hunting sessions for aoudad sheep? And these aren’t any old aoudads – these are big, bad trophy-level aoudad rams you’ll be proud to mount on your wall.

What’s an Aoudad?

Aoudad – or Barbary – sheep are a species of caprid (goat-antelope) native to the mountains of North Africa. Although now rare in their native North Africa, aoudads have been introduced to North America, southern Europe, and elsewhere.

Aoudads stand 80 to 100cm (2.6 to 3.3 ft) tall at the shoulder and weigh anywhere from 40 to 140 kg (88 to 309 lbs). They’re known for the shaggy hair at their throats (and chest for males), their sparse manes, and their large horns. Aoudad horns curve outwards, backwards, and inwards and can reach up to 50 (20 in) in length! Their unique horns are what makes aoudads such popular and impressive trophies. Book your aoudad hunt today and come see them for yourself!

Book Your Aoudad Hunt

Our aoudad hunts are a big hit! Plus, there’s no seasonal restriction for Barbary Sheep/Aoudad hunting in Oklahoma, so it’s a great activity no matter the season.

When you book an aoudad hunt with us, you pick your hunting style. Choose from Spot and Stalk, Rifle Hunting, Black Powder, Safari-Style, or Hunting from a Blind. This is a perfect opportunity to try out a new style of hunting and we’re happy to accommodate hunters of any age or experience level. Our facilities are accessible for hunters with disabilities and/or wheelchair users – just ask upon booking and we will arrange a hunt to fit your needs.

All hunts are custom-tailored to make sure you have the best, safest, and most exciting experience possible, so give us a call today at 405-HOG- WILD or click the “Book a Hunt” link above and get ready for a once-in- a-lifetime adventure. And be sure to ask about our nightly lodging – only $35/night!

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