Travis Patterson


Travis Patterson is an avid outdoorsman who has spent many hours on land. Travis grew up in Breckenridge, Texas and has extensive experience in deer, dove and varmint hunting in Stephens and Shackelford Counties. Travis has been competing in varmint hunts since 2008 and has covered many ranches in the area while competing. Travis spends his spare time in the blind or getting ready for the next season to open, so spending time on listings and learning the property is as natural as breathing for Travis. He enjoys learning animal patterns and how the animals utilize the land. Travis’s capacity to truly understand the land gives him a unique edge when it comes to locating or marketing premium hunting property. Travis has hunted and/or worked on many ranches in the area and knows this country thoroughly. Prior to joining the Campbell Farm & Ranch team, Travis obtained his Welding Certificate and has been a Certified Pipe and Construction Welder for over eight years. Travis has welded for oil and gas companies and on multiple underground pipelines. He understands how these pipelines coexist with the land they run under. Travis also has extensive knowledge in what it takes to create metal ranching improvements as well as the ability to understand if existing improvements are built up to specifications. Travis joined Campbell Farm & Ranch in the summer of 2016. Travis is now full time Farm and Ranch Realtor and has become a valued member of the CF&R Team. Travis and his wife, Sterlynn, reside in Abilene, while she completes her final semester to become a family nurse practitioner. The couple plans to return to the area upon Sterlynn’s graduation.
$754,098  •  317.52 acres
Buck Rub Ranch... The name speaks for itself. While riding through this ranch, one can't help but notice all the activity the rut brings to this particular area. This portion of Stephens County has decades of proven white-tail numbers with good size. The rolling terrain is a mix of dense cedar with large, live-oak clusters and lightly covered pasture land with ample native grass. This acreage has not been grazed or hunted in several years, and the thick, tall grasses and forbs are plentiful. The ideal cover and scattered ponds provide the needed resources animals seek-out to thrive. Buck Rub Ranch is only minutes away from Possum Kingdom Lake State Park making it a great opportunity to hunt wild game in the seasons and sneak out to the lake in the warm summer months. - COVER - Tree Cover- Heavy to moderate; post oak, live oak, red oak, mesquite, juniper/cedar Under Brush- Skunkbush sumac, algerita, elbow bush, lotebush, prickly pear, turkey pear Native Grasses- Not Currently leased for grazing Cultivation- No cultivation - WILDLIFE - Excellent White-Tail Deer & Rio Grande Turkey White-Winged & Mourning Dove, duck, quail, and wild pig Lots of potential for food plots Has not been hunted for several years - WATER FEATURES - Three tanks/pond- Biggest located in the northwest corner Draws create substantial surface water potential Stephens County Rural water along CR 181 Oncor electricity - IMPROVEMENTS - Mostly Fenced- Good condition East boundary needs a fence- This is a portion of what once was a larger family ranch Access- Gate on the south side of CR 181 Caliche and grass interior roads- ATV roads - MINERALS - No minerals to convey with sale of property Two wellheads with small compressors The pipeline through the property is Breck Operating Corp.; Natural gas The second pipeline through the property is Midcoast Gathering L.P.; Natural gas - ACCESS - CR 181; +/- 2,600Ft of road frontage Fence and gate for entrance- Excellent condition Gate is 4,300 ft from paved FM 717 and 2.5 miles from paved Park Rd 33 - DISTANCES - 32 miles west of Mineral Wells 50 miles West of Weatherford 65 miles northeast of Abilene 80 miles west of Fort Worth 205 miles northeast of Midland Listing Agent: Travis Patterson (254) 246-5266 No Trespassing. Please contact a Campbell Farm and Ranch team member for a showing. Campbell Farm and Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make the first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. The information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes.
$396,507  •  158.6 acres
North McCaffrey Ranch has been in the same family for multiple generations and is an ideal private hunting property with obvious investment potential. The raw nature coupled with the lay of the land allows the next owner the freedom to design a ranch from a blank canvas. The thick, untouched vegetation throughout the acreage creates opportunities for food plots in ideal locations as well as roads set up as desired. The southern half is mostly oaks and cedar/juniper, while the northern half is mostly mesquite and hackberries. Two seasonal draws trickle through this ranch and funnel into a beautiful hidden pond that could be transformed into a stunning water feature with a little dirt work and some imagination. Two other small earthen tanks catch a little water and provide excellent mud holes for hogs to cool themselves. The northern end contains a water-well (condition unknown) with an electricity pole in place ready for a meter to be installed. Located only 15 minutes west of Possum Kingdom State Park, North McCaffrey Ranch provides the ability to hunt in the morning, head to the lake for boating or fishing during the day, and get back in time to climb in the blind that evening. - COVER - Tree Cover- Heavy to moderate; post oak, live oak, mesquite, cedar, elm hackberry Under Brush- Skunkbush sumac, algerita, elbowbush, lotebush, prickly pear, tasajillo Native Grasses- Not Currently leased for grazing Cultivation/Tillable acreage -No cultivation, but several key spots for food plots - WILDLIFE - Excellent White-tailed Deer & Rio Grande turkey Duck, Dove hog, and quail Lots of potential for food plots Has not been hunted for several years - WATER FEATURES - One tank/pond-Located in the SW portion of the property Draws create substantial surface water potential Water-well in NW premises of property, condition unknown Stephens County Rural water along Cr. 181. Oncor electricity on property. No meter - IMPROVEMENTS - Completely fenced-Good condition Access from Cr. 181 Dirt and grass interior roads-ATV roads - MINERALS - No minerals to convey with sale of property One wellhead in front of the property with a saltwater tank The pipeline down the west fence line is Targa Midstream Services LLC; Natural gas The pipeline through the property is Targa Midstream Services LLC; Natural gas
$227,500  •  130 acres
White Wing Acres is 130 acres of land historically utilized strictly for farming and grazing. A draw running through the southeast portion creates plenty of runoff for a large pond, while two other draws connect, creating the opportunity for a substantial Duck Lake. This potential surface water would sit in the middle of two fields that could easily be cultivated in a manner to enhance the waterfowl and dove hunting to create a wing hunting mecca. The property has roughly 24 acres of mesquites splitting the cultivation with the fields being cross fenced from the wooded area. The fence along the southeast portion needs replacing; the current lessor leases the neighbor as well. The soil in the cultivation consists of rowden clay loam, speck silty clay loam, and leeray silty clay. These types of loams are ideal for farming and grazing uses as well as wildlife/forestry. A pipeline right-of-way cuts through the northern portion of the property creating easy access to the deep pond located in the wooded area. This portion of Throckmorton County is known for excellent dove hunting and White Wing Acres has the ability to produce droves of dove as well as substantial waterfowl. -COVER- Tree Cover- Light to open; Mesquite, hackberry Underbrush-Moderate; Lotebush, prickly pear, tasajillo, broomweed Cultivation- 105 plus-minus acres cultivated currently used for winter wheat; 0 to 2 percent slopes; rowden clay loam, speck silty clay loam, and leeray silty clay Native Grass-Currently leased for grazing; Willing to stay -WILDLIFE- Quality deer & dove Quail, turkey, duck, and hog -WATER FEATURES- 1/2 acre pond Multiple opportunities for surface water Fort Griffin SUD Water Meter Availability -ACCESS- FM 923-1,357 Ft of paved frontage CR 210 -2,590 ft of rocked frontage -MINERALS- Surface estate only No active production Not currently leased -DISTANCES- 5 miles south east of Throckmorton 12 miles northwest of Woodson 28 miles west of Graham 31 miles northwest of Breckenridge 113 miles west of Fort Worth Listing Agent: Travis Patterson (254) 246-5266 No Trespassing. Please contact a Campbell Farm and Ranch team member for a showing. Campbell Farm and Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. ***Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make the first contact with the Listing Agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. *** The information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes.
Campbell Farm & Ranch

Travis Patterson
801 Elm Street
Graham, TX 86450

Mobile: 254-246-5266
Office: 940-549-7700