The Nine Bar Ranch is located east of Decatur, Texas about 45 miles northwest of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex area. The ranch is owned by the Waggoner-Sauder family, a fixture in the Texas ranching community since the early 1900’s. The ranch is comprised of over 12,000 acres of beautiful Texas scenery.
Hogs, Hogs, Hogs! That’s about the best way to describe the hog hunting here at the Nine Bar Ranch. The sows have been working overtime and we have plenty of hogs to hunt. Most hunts are conducted from blinds over corn feeders, these feeders go off twice in the morning and twice in the evenings. Most shots are 75-100 yards. Your best time for hunting hogs is January through middle of April. Their fall food source of acorns and pecans are gone by then and they are coming to bait very good. This is a fun hunt for the whole family in the off season.
Here at the Nine Bar we have several choices of animals to hunt. From September to April we have something going at all times. Come join us mid-September to mid-October for rut of Red deer, Fallow and Sika. Listening to the Red deer roar and the Fallow grunt makes for some very interesting sounds in the woods. Whitetail start to rut just before Thanksgiving and is a wonderful fall hunt. The Aoudad, Black buck antelope and Scimitar horned Oryx hold a horn year round so they can be hunted at any time. Always keep us in mind for any management buck hunts and also doe hunts of most every species available in fall and winter.
We have good quality replacement cattle for sale at all times. Angus first calf heifers are always in demand and we have bred heifers or pairs to choose from. We will also have some Angus cattle coming with their second and third calves as well.
Here at Ninebar Ranch our goal is to raise quality ranch horses with a good mind and a good disposition. Good confirmation is a must! Our ranch stallion JR Boon Seven is a beautiful blue roan Driftwood bred horse with a great mind. Our mares are foundation bred mares with bloodlines of Hancock and Poco Bueno. These mares have a lot of color from roans and greys to buckskins. Give us a call, text or email and we can show you some good colts to choose from.
Included in Animal Packages:
Meals, lodging, guide and care for game after harvest (field dressing, skinning, quartering)
All hunts are 2 days
Additional days are available. Please call for pricing.
Aoudad = $3,000
Axis = $3,000
Blackbuck Antelope = $3,000
Fallow = $3,200
Sika = $3,000
Red Deer = $4,500
White Tail = $3,200
Turkey = $900
2nd Bird = $300
Scimitar Horned Oryx = $3,500
Hog Hunts (Unlimited) = $650
Opening day = $100 per day
Any other day = $50 per day
$500 per day (2 day minimum)
On 287 just as you enter the southern edge of Decatur, exit right on Business 287. Take this north 1 mile and turn right onto CR 4010. Go 6.6 miles east.
Stay on 287 south through Decatur. After passing James Woods Chevrolet on your left and Karl Klement Ford on your right, you will take next exit which is Business to 81 & 2264 Decatur then turn left at the stop sign. Go 1 mile and turn right onto CR 4010. Go 6.6 miles east.
From the intersection of I-35 and Hwy 380 on the west side of Denton go west on Hwy 380 for 12.2 miles. Turn left onto County Line Rd., south for 1.9 miles. The road will “T”. Turn right and go 0/3 mile. Turn right onto 101 PR 4010 (you will not be able to see the road sign until later down the road. Just go by mileage). Go 4.3 miles west.