Located 10 miles south of George West in the heart of big deer country, this lightly hunted, quintessential brush country ranch offers so much to a buyer looking for a South Texas property.
Ranch has fantastic habitat not only for whitetail deer but also game birds. Responsible cattle grazing in years past have allowed the native grass to flourish and provide important nesting cover for upland game birds. Both blue and bobwhite quail are found on the ranch as well as excellent populations of turkey. Deer herd is healthy, with it not being uncommon to see 15 + deer per hunt. Only 1 management buck was harvested in 2016.
Except for food plots and roads/senderos the ranch is entirely compromised of virgin native brush. Grajeno, guayacan, persimmon, lime ash, hackberry, bull mesquite, guahillo, black brush, twisted acacia, cenizo and kidney wood are all found on the ranch. There are scattered live oaks found throught the ranch as well. There are 4 food plots on the ranch that range from 3-6 acres in size. Entire road system has been maintained and allows for access to the entire property.
There is electricity and a water well located near the front of the ranch. A water line was run 7/8 ths of a mile to the western boundary that services 4 troughs. There is also a small tank located in the eastern corner, with another possible tank site on the north end.
Ranch has diverse topography, which ranges from thick mesquite bottoms to high elevations that affords tremendous views of the surrounding countryside
3 5X7′ executive blinds and 4 1000 lb corn feeders are in place, as well as two protein feeders, all will convey with the ranch.
Surface sale only, seller owns no minerals. No production on the ranch and it is not currently under lease. Property is under Wildlife Management Tax Exemption.