Personal attention, experienced dogs, and top-notch professional Texas guides you can expect all of these things and more when you hunt or fish at Rough Creek Lodge and Resort. Deer, Turkey, Quail, Chukar and Pheasant abound on our 11,000 of acres of prime hunting land, making Rough Creek one of Texas’ premier hunting destinations.
2018/2019 Season Price
Hunts starting from $1,275* per truck.
Hunting Season: September 30, 2018 – April 1, 2019
Up to four hunters per truck.Enjoy a 1/2 day hunt with a mixed bag of Bobwhite Quail, Chukar and Pheasant. Ask about group hunting packages!
- Professional guide and well-trained hunting dogs
- Southwest-style hunt truck with hunting dogs
- Bird processing with cooler bag
- Mixed Bag Hunt of Quail, Chukar and Pheasant
- Warm Up on Wobble Trap
- Hunter’s Orange Cap
- No bag limits on birds
Sunscreen and seasonally-appropriate clothing, including
- Rain Gear
For your safety, Rough Creek only allows two shooters on the ground at one time. Be assured there is plenty of shooting for everyone. Hunting safety is our first priority, therefore safety instruction will be given to all hunters prior to every hunt.
Guns with improved cylinder or skeet chokes are allowed during hunts. Guns are not allowed in guest rooms. We can store them in our locked safe in the Beretta Room or you may leave them in your vehicle. Guns are available at a nominal fee.
* Prices above for hotel guest only. Additional cost for day hunters.
General season : TBD
Youth only early season: TBD
Youth only late season: TBD
Archery season: TBD
Call for pricing
All hunts will go out early am and late pm. Field Dressing available with a harvest at no charge. Guns and ammunition available at a nominal fee. Venison processing available at an additional cost.
White-Tailed Deer Hunting season correlates to the Texas Parks & Wildlife designations. We hunt in two counties, Somervell and Erath. Our entire deer population is free ranging, not high-fenced. We use tree stands, tripods and ground blinds over feeders on 11,000 acres.
Individual, group, and family hunts available—call for more information!
$250* for Guided Hunt; $250* for Harvest fees for up to 2 hogs
Join us for hog hunting—our packages include your choice of after dark or morning hunting.
Included in the Hunt
A professional guide will provide transportation to and from the field on a Can Am Defender, the primary hunting style is spot and stalk or a driven style hunt. Most shots will be within 50 yards and the recommended firearm is a shotgun with buck shot ammo. Be sure not to forget your hunting license.
*Prices above for hotel guest only. Additional cost for day hunters.
$250* each gun (up to 4 guns in a blind)
Youth Only: November 3-4, 2018
Regular Gun 1st Season: November 10-25, 2018
Regular Gun 2nd Season: December 1, 2018 – January 27, 2019
All Duck Hunts Include
- Professional Guide
- Water Dogs
- Use of Beretta Silver Pigeon
- Bird Processing
- Duck Blinds
- Coffee and Snack in the blind
- Duck Mounting (available at an additional charge.)
- Catch and Release Fishing on the pond after the hunt!
*Guns available at a nominal fee. Prices above for hotel guest only. Additional cost for day hunters.
We follow the Texas Parks & Wildlife rules for harvesting awards. All hunters are required to be H.I.P (Harvest Information Program) certified, have a valid hunting license with valid state and federal duck stamps.
Spring 2019 Season
Guided Hunt—$250* per day bag limit of 4 (all seasons combined)
Turkey Harvest—$250* each bird
Spring season: March 30 – May 12, 2019
Spring youth only- March 23-24 & May 18-19, 2019
All Rio Grande Turkey Hunts Include
Hunters Need the Following
- Camouflage Clothing
- Hunting License
- Bow may be used
*Guns available for a nominal fee. Prices above for hotel guest only. Additional cost for day hunters. Room accommodations and meals are an additional charge, plus tax and gratuity.
Our Rio Grande Turkey Hunting season correlates with the Texas Parks & Wildlife designations. We hunt in two counties, Somervell and Erath, both of which allow gobblers and bearded hens in the fall, and gobblers only in the spring.