Our Game and Rates

Deer

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Whitetail Deer
Native to North America, our Whitetail Deer are grey-brown or reddish in color depending on the season and vary in size. Male deer regrow thier anters every year and our rates are based on the size of their antlers and weight
  • <140” - $3,500
  • <150” - $4,000
  • <160” - $4,500
  • <170” - $5,500
  • <190” - $6,000
  • <210” - $7,000
  • >210” - Call For Pricing
  • Doe - one free with each buck kill. $500 if harvested separatley
Deer and elk
White & Spotted Fallow Deer
Originally from Europe and the Middle East, the Fallow Deer is known for its pale brown color and white spots. During Roman times, it was introduced from Turkey into Europe and beyond and in more recent times to other parts of the world
  • A Category - $3,500
  • B Category - $4,500
  • C Category - Call for Pricing
  • Doe - one free with each buck kill. $500 if harvested separatley
    Deer and elk
    Chocolate Fallow Deer
    Much like the traditional Fallow Deer, the Chocolate Fallow Deer is darker in color but has the traditional spotting as its neighboring Species. Males have moose-like antlers and females are dark brown in color with spots.
    • A Category - $4000
    • B Category - $5,000
    • C Category - Call for Pricing
    • Doe - one free with each buck kill. $500 if harvested separatley
      Deer and elk
      Axis Deer
      Native to the Indian subcontinent, Axis, also known as spotted deer and chital deer are easily identified by their orange coat with white spots similar to a whitetail fawn. Mature males and females have white patches on their throat while only mature males have antlers with an average of 6 points per antler.
      • A Category - $4,000
      • B Category - $5,000
      • Doe - not avaialble
        Deer and elk
        Sika Deer
        Sika deer are also known as a Japanese or spotted deer. Native to East Asia, there are only a few place where they are native today. Related to red deer, the Sika are used in Scotland Highlands to help prevent disease in red deer populations.
        • A Category - $5,000
        • B Category - $6,000
        • Doe - not available

          Our Exotic Game

          Deer and elk
          Urial Ram
          The Urial is native to montane areas in the Pamir Mountains, Hindu Kush and Himalaya up to an elevation of 14,800 ft. It is distributed from northeastern Iran, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and southwestern Kazakhstan to northern Pakistan and Ladakh in northwestern India. It prefers grassland, open woodland and gentle slopes, but also inhabits cold zones with little vegetation.
          • A Category - $1,500
          • B Category - $2,000+
            Deer and elk
            Mouflon Ram
            A wild sheep known to the Middle East, the Mouflon is thought to be an ancestor of today's modern herding sheep. Reddish and dark brown in color with curved horns, the male Mouflon have a strict hierarchy based on asserted dominance.
            • A Category - $2,000
            • B Category - $2,500+
              Deer and elk
              Ibex Ram
              Known for its curved, large horns, the Ibex comes in many color variations. Both males and females grow horns, females have smaller horns while the males have very large horns as they mature. Their horns appear at birth and continue to grow for the rest of their life.
              • A Category - $3,500
              • B Category - $4,500+
                Deer and elk
                Aoudad Ram
                Also known as Barbary Sheep, are native to the rock mountains of North Africa. They are sandy brown in nature and darken in color as they age. They are closely related to wild goats and can go 5 days without water.
                • A Category - $3,500
                • B Category - $4,500+
                Deer and elk
                Corsican Cross
                Corsican Crosses are just that, a cross-breed of Mouflon Sheep and Barbados Blackbellys in Texas several decades ago. These sheep come in a variety of colors and males are known to be aggressive as they mature. Horns can weigh up to 30lbs. and outweigh their bodies.
                • A Category - $1,500
                • B Category - $2,000+
                  rates by season

                  Rates by Season:

                  Depending on the season, weaponry, and type of hunt selected, prices may vary. All hunters are responsible for purchasing valid hunting licenses for each season for free range hunts. Minimum of 3 nights stay-required for free range and preserve hunts.

                  • Bow Season - Free range hunts are $600/night per person.
                  • November 1st until Gun Season - Free range hunts are $600/night per person.
                  • Shotgun and Muzzleloader Season - Free range hunts are $600/night per person.
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                  Frequently Asked Questions

                  1. What are the regulations around hunting at Heart Rate Ridge?

                  We follow all state and local guidelines for hunting in Ohio. You can find more information about weapon regulations and hunting seasons here.

                  2.  What does a hunter need prior to hunting at HRR?

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                  3. How is game priced/measured?

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                  4. What is Heart Rate Ridge’s tipping policy?

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