Our goal at Wendy Lou Reserve is to provide the hunter a challenging and rewarding hunting experience with the opportunity to capture a terrific trophy animal. Hunts may be conducted safari style, spot and stalk, or by settling into one of our fourteen blinds located all over our pristine reserve. We welcome bow hunters and are erecting tree stands this year in two outstanding locations to cater specifically for our bow hunters.
The generations of exotic game on Wendy Lou (and Whitetail alike) have never been penned or feeder raised - they live as if they were in their native habitat, roaming freely, grazing over varying grasslands, riverine areas, pecan groves and bush lands. Our resident guides are committed to making your visit to Wendy Lou, be it a day-trip or a long weekend, a single hunt or a corporate group, a memorable one.
As our guest, we want you to set the pace for the hunt, but as an example, we suggest you consider the following schedule.
BASIC SCHEDULE FOR OVERNIGHT STAYS: * On your first day, settle into your suite and meet your guide. Then head down to the range and site your weapon (Caliber of weapon required to be adequate to game hunted, as wounded animals are considered taken whether they are recovered or not). * On the second day, rise early and grab a snack before heading out to the stand or stalk. * Return to the Lodge for a hot brunch. * After brunch, you may spend the afternoon fishing or at your leisure. * Late afternoon, head back to the stand or stalk. * In the evening, return to the Lodge for pre-dinner drinks, dinner follows and thereafter an early night is recommended. * Each succeeding day will follow a similar pattern.
Fieldressing, caping, quartering of your trophy for transport is available for a nominal fee.