How are hunts booked?
Hunts at the Rockin G Ranch are booked year round. The hunt is considered book once the date(s) of the hunt are approved by the Rockin G and upon receipt of deposit. Deposit amounts are based upon type of hunt. Hunts are booked upon receipt of the 50% deposit. On P.O.R exotics hunts the deposit varies depending upon the animal.
Are deposits refundable?
Do I have to have a hunting license?
Where can I get a license?
What type of hunting is allowed?
What caliber is recommended?
For wild hog hunting, 243 is the minimum recommended caliber. Lighter calibers may be used but it can greatly reduce the odds of recovery should the animal not be hit well. 270 and up are preferred. Wild hogs are extremely tough and in certain situations can be dangerous. Calibers in the 270wsm to 300wm range are very effective. For exotic sheep and goats 223 is the minimum caliber with 243 and up being preferred.
Note: Every effort is made to put you in a good clean shooting situation. That being said, nothing will replace practice and familiarity with your weapons. If you are uncomfortable with the shot then let us know. Shot opportunities are a dime a dozen and it’s better to regroup and try again than to wound and not recover an animal. Be open and honest about your abilities with your guide. Animals wounded but not recovered will still be charged at regular trophy fees. If you draw blood then it is considered harvested and the trophy fee will need to be paid in full.