413 ACRES :: Live Oak County :: $1,631,350
Located 2.5 miles off I-37 near the small town of Oakville, TX, this 413 acres is loaded with a diverse mix of high protein South Texas brush & huge live oak trees. Over a mile of Salt Branch Creek traverses the ranch offering 70 ft of elevation changes and interesting terrain for deer, turkey, hogs, quail, & dove.
360 ACRES :: Dimmit County :: $720,000
This 360 acres is located 2 miles West of Catarina, TX in Dimmit County. It is approximately 60% brush country and 40% native pasture for grazing and bird hunting. It is 80% high fenced, has 3 ponds, and a good road system. Having not been hunted in at least 8 years, it is ready for new ownership to transform it into a dove, quail, and deer hunting paradise.
748 ACRES :: Fort Bend County :: $2,950,000
Located 35 miles from Downtown Houston and 15 miles from Sugar Land, this 748 acre hunting/cattle ranch is extremely convenient. The ranch has 4,200 feet of Brazos River frontage, and is situated at the end of paved FM 2759 near the community of Thompsons, TX, just across the Brazos from Sienna Plantation. Live oak and pecan trees provide thick cover for native wildlife, with some open pasture for grazing. The ranch has a small house, barn, and 2 water wells.
424 ACRES :: Lavaca County :: $2,490,000
Located 1.5 hours from Houston, this gamey hunting ranch features 1 mile of both sides of Little Brushy Creek, 2 ponds, diverse rolling terrain, and hundreds of giant live oaks. Conveniently located between Victoria, Yoakum, and Hallettsville. The improvements include a very nice and functional 4 bed/3 bath barndominium, game cleaning station, and new water well. Minerals negotiable.
243 ACRES :: Lavaca County :: $1,970,000
Located 100 miles from Houston, TX, this 243 acre ranch is a deer hunter’s dream! After years of intense management and breeding operations, this high fenced property is poised to produce 200” class whitetails. Heavily wooded with massive live oaks and traversed by miles of seasonal creeks, the ranch has a wild side to balance the nice improvements. Tucked away among the oaks sits a very nice 3 bed/2 bath lodge and 40 X 60 barn. There are also 2 ponds, 2 water wells, several food plots, and a grass landing strip.
246 ACRES :: Chambers County :: $1,230,000
Superb duck hunting ranch located 60 miles from downtown Houston. An LNVA canal supplies all the water you can stand to flood the waterfowl units. There is a recently remodeled duck camp barndominium, with ample barn storage for your equipment. Located 2 miles from Winnie, and only 5 minutes off of 1-10.
1,475 ACRES :: Jackson County ::
One of the most unusual ranches along the Texas Gulf Coast, this high fenced game ranch has much to offer in the way of water and hunting opportunities. The ranch has 1 mile of Lavaca River frontage, 1 mile of Chicolete Creek frontage, a 50 acre bass lake, 4 duck hunting lakes all fed by underground water lines from a 2,000 GPM irrigation well. Very nice improvements situated under 100 year old live oak trees overlooking the fishing lake. Exotics, Deer, Turkey, and Ducks!
151 ACRES :: Walker County ::
This rolling 151 acres is located 85 miles from downtown Houston, on Madison/Walker County line. Featuring 1.5 miles of year-round Bedias Creek, 4 lakes, 2 homes, and 2 barns, this outstanding property has much to offer. Approximately 30% of the ranch is heavily wooded with huge timber, while the balance is improved pasture with scattered oaks and pines. With over 70 feet of elevation changes, there are several marvelous views.
528 ACRES :: Jackson County ::
Located 1.5 hours from Houston and 20 minutes from Victoria, this hunting ranch is conveniently situated for your new family retreat. With 2 miles of seasonal creek, the habitat is perfect for deer, turkey, and hogs, not to mention the area is known for quality duck hunting. The turn-key compound consists of 3 furnished homes, a barn, and several storage buildings.
237 ACRES :: Colorado County ::
Located 45 miles from Katy, this 237-acre ranch is a Houston hunter’s dream! This ranch is heavily wooded with huge pine, live oak, post oak, and cedar, offering the feeling of being in the middle of nowhere, yet so close to Houston for quick and easy access. It’s extremely rare these days to find a wooded tract this large in the highly coveted area between New Ulm and Cat Spring. Great water, great access, abundant wildlife, and surface control all make this beautiful ranch a rare find in today’s market.