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.
1,000 ACRES :: Live Oak County :: $4,650,000
Located 10 minutes south of Three Rivers, this 1,000 acre high fenced ranch is one of the finest hunting ranches in South Texas. Nicely improved, the ranch has a custom built 3,500 sq ft home, 5,000 sf ft barn with living quarters, and ample amounts of surface and underground water. Loaded with 200″ B&C deer, tons of turkey and quail, and some of the best dove hunting in the area. Rolling hills, creek bottoms, bull mesquites, irrigated fields, and deep loamy soils make this ranch a rare find.
123 ACRES :: DeWitt County :: $617,350
Located 13 miles from Yoakum, TX, this 123-acre ranch is a beautiful combination grazing and hunting property. The ranch is approximately 60% wooded with massive live oak, post oak, water oak, and cedar, and 40% improved pasture. With a 5-Acre lake, water well, excellent fences, several barns, and 2,000 feet of frontage on FM 682, this ranch is set up nicely for the next owner to add their personal touches.
262 ACRES :: Victoria County :: $2,098,880
A 12-mile drive from Downtown Victoria, sits an outdoorsman’s paradise. The ranch is 262.36 deeded acres, with an additional 119.63-acre leaseback from the GBRA. The ranch has 7,800 feet of shoreline on the 3,100-acre Coleto Creek Reservoir, home to some of the best bass fishing in Texas. Loaded with hundreds of huge live oaks, the ranch offers incredible hunting. 25 percent minerals convey.
1,558 ACRES :: Lavaca County ::
Offering a percentage the Minerals. This 1,558 acre ranch is located 1.5 hours west of Houston, 8 miles south of Sheridan, TX, 1/2 mile off of FM 2437. Tracts this large in Lavaca County are rare to find. Covered in huge live oaks and post oaks, this incredible hunting property has 1.7 miles of seasonal Ragsdale Creek running through it, offering sandy, rolling terrain. A percentage of the minerals will convey.
874 ACRES :: Frio County :: $2,796,800
MINERALS! This high fenced 874 acre ranch is located 5 Miles west of Dilley, TX on Hwy 117, in the heart of South Texas. This prime hunting ranch is heavily wooded with diverse native brush and bull mesquites, has rolling terrain with stunning vistas, and excellent water including a ~300 GPM Carrizo Aquifer irrigation well, and 4 ponds, 2 of which have water piped to them. The property offers a very nice 1,500 square foot house, barn, and working pens. Most importantly, this ranch is being offered with 1/8th of the minerals and executive rights and slightly less than 1/8th of the royalties in the Eagleford Shale, and is not currently leased, and has no production.
353 ACRES :: Lampasas County :: $1,359,050
Located seven miles west of Lampasas, this 353 acres has it all. High-fenced with all galvanized tightlock fencing, improved whitetail genetic deer herd, nice lake, mature tree coverage, hunter’s cabin and old barn, kleingrass fields, and three miles of underground water piping through the ranch. 100 percent of the minerals will convey.