Welcome to Caryonah—the Southeast’s oldest and largest hunting lodge, offering premier wild boar hunting as well as ram, goat, deer, elk, buffalo, red stag and other exotic hunts.
When hunting wild boar at Caryonah Hunting Lodge you face a breed combination of the Russian wild boar and the famed southern “razorback,” mixing two ornery temperaments into one creature.
Generally brown in color with a black or white underbody, the Corsican ram carries a long beard or “ruff.” The striking horns of the Corsican can be tightly curled, or may have a wide flare.
Texas Dall have magnificent horns that usually curl about 1½ times. Rams are typically white or off-white, and can have a beard.
The sound of an elk’s bugle during an early-morning hunt is unparalleled, and an experience that every hunter should have under their belt.
An American icon, the buffalo—also known as the American bison—can tower upwards of 6 feet tall and 10 feet long, with an average weight of 1,000 to 1,500 pounds.