• PRICE LIST

    STONE CREEK RANCH
    2018 PRICE LIST

    Aoudad            $3,500

    Axis
    Up to 28         $3,500
                Above 28        $4,000

    Blackbuck            $2,750

    Elk
                Up to 350            $6,500
                351 – 400            $9,500
                401 – 450            $13,000
                451 – 500            $18,500

    Fallow            $3,500
                (Chocolate, White or Spotted)

    Nilgai
                Up to 8            $4,500
                8 to 10            $5,500
                Above 10            $6,500

    Nyala            $11,000

    Rams            $2,500
                (Black Hawaiian, Texas Dall & Corsican)

    Red Stag
                Up to 350            $5,500
                351 – 400            $7,500
                Above 400            $10,500

    Sable
                Up to 38            $15,000
                Above 38            $17,500

    White Tail
                150 – 159            $4,500
                160 – 169            $5,500
                170 – 179            $6,500
                180 – 189            $7,500
                190 – 199            $8,500
                200 – 214            $10,000
                215 – 224            $11,000
                225 – 240            $12,000
                241 – 250            $13,000
                250 – 274            $14,500
                275 – 299            $16,000
                300 – 324            $17,500
                325 – 349            $20,000
                350 – 374            $22,500
                375 – 400            $25,000
                Above 400       Call for pricing

    Food, Lodging and Beverages are provided at a rate of $350 per day for single room or $250 per person per day for double room.

    Hunters are encouraged to tip the guides 10 - 15%.  Bow hunters are encouraged to tip guide 20%.

    NOTE:  A $150 per day guide fee will be added to final bill.  This expense can partially offset any tip for guide.  TIP means, “To insure perfection”, so these suggestions are based upon outstanding service from the guides.  Also, a hunter may hunt without a guide; but, must accept full responsibility for judging the caliber of the animal he or she shoots and the associated trophy fees.