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$2,735,000  •  2,735,000 acres
The Double Mustang is a classic South Texas hunting property, located in an area known for trophy whitetails. Blinds and feeders will convey, and you can be hunting this season. An added bonus are the tremendous numbers of arrowheads to be found on this ranch. Location: Situated between Highway 44 and the Nueces River, the ranch is approximately 20 miles west of Freer and 30 miles east of Encinal in northeastern Webb County. Habitat: The western portion of this ranch is gently rolling mesquite and grass country. As you travel into the eastern portion, there is more relief and heavier, diverse, South Texas browse. Numerous tanks are dispersed across the ranch, and there is a water well that has not been equipped with a pump that could provide supplemental water. A good system of roads and senderos provides access and shooting lanes across the property. Wildlife: The ranch has been high fenced for many years, and improved genetics were introduced several years ago. Per ownership, harvest has been limited to cull and management deer for several years. Game on the ranch consists of deer, a few hogs and javelina. The ranch has not been grazed in many years, and the grass and quail populations show it. A nice mix of bobwhite and blue quail are found on the ranch. Other: Included in the offering are nine quality tower blinds, corn and protein feeders, two storage containers, and an equipment shed. Asking Price: $2,735,000 ($1,689/acre).
Contact for Price  •  5,000 acres
5000 ± Acres Located 5± minutes north of Aguilares Over a mile of FM 2895 frontage 7 Ponds 3 Miles of deep creek systems Low-fenced & cross-fenced Single-phase electricity Numerous blinds & feeders MLDP Conservation status
$9,336,550  •  3,973 acres
The Cinco de Mayo Ranch is a premier wildlife property located in northwestern Jim Hogg County, Texas.
$5,433,300  •  3,881 acres
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Rolling topography, surface water, large neighbors and vast expanses of native South Texas brushland! The Venado Ranch is an old fashion Webb County whitetail ranch with all native genetics, excellent mixed brush habitat and tons of topographic relief. The hilltops on the eastern portion of the ranch provide tremendous views and potential home sites. Originally part of the Walker Family land holdings of Webb County, this 3,881 acre tract was carved out by the current owners as the ranch they would put their stamp on. Heritage landowners border the property of which one is over 17,000 acres. Come see this great native country down the historic Welhausen Road. Location: The ranch is located in Webb County near Freer, Texas. It is approximately 7.1 miles South of Highway 59 traveling south out of Freer. The ranch has frontage on Welhausen Road, a county maintained road, and is approximately 12 miles north of Highway 359. The ranch is 30 minutes from Freer, 45 minutes from Laredo, 2.5 Hours from San Antonio and 1hr 45 minutes from Corpus Christi. Wildlife and Hunting: With 100% native genetics, prime mixed brush and tons of surface water on this nearly 4,000 acres, you have the key elements of a trophy whitetail ranch. The larger western portion of the ranch consists of roughly 2,600 acres of low fenced country while a 1,280 acre section was high fenced in 2017. At this time, no improved genetics have been placed inside the high fenced portion. Over the years, this ranch has been used as a family recreation property with the goals of maximizing the genetic potential of the whitetail herd. The largest buck known to have been taken in current ownership is 182”. The ranch is primed with new hunting blinds, feeders and widened roads. Other hunting opportunities include a booming population of blue quail, healthy numbers of bobwhite quail, javelina, hogs and predators. With 13 surface tanks located throughout the ranch you will have the opportunity to enjoy excellent traditional South Texas evening dove hunts over water. Some of these tanks are stocked with bass and catfish. Improvements: The Venado camp has basic improvements, with a barn, equipment shed, large overhead feed bin, cold storage, and quality pipe cattle pens. There are three mobile homes of which two are connected by a family room. Water: One of the main limiting factors in this portion of Webb County is water. Fortunately for this property, there are 13 very deep surface tanks that hold water year in and year out. In the current owners time, only 2 have gone dry in the worst droughts. Additionally there are two solar wells (one is in need of repair) and 1 windmill with depths of 180’-220’. Topography, Terrain and Habitat: The property has excellent relief with elevation changes from 643’ on the west end to the highest point at 763’ on the east. As you enter the property you will gradually rise into rolling gravelly hills with peaks looking back to Laredo and the brush country of Webb County. The ranches soils vary from Aquilares Sandy loam, Modlia Clay Loam, Tela Sandy Loam, Maverick-Catarina Complex and Montell Clay. The brush diversity is superb with desirable species such as Granjeno, Guajillo, Guayacon, Blackbrush acacia, Palo Verde, Lote bush and many other South Texas natives. Minerals: This is a surface only sale. The sellers own no minerals. Price: Asking $5,433,300 or $1,400/acre.
Contact for Price  •  700 acres
700 ± Acres Family-owned ranch for over 60 years Access from easement on FM 2895 High fenced on two sides One pond & wet-weather creeks Good ranch roads & senderos Dense brush coverage Abundant native wildlife Surrounded by large neighboring ranches
Contact for Price  •  640 acres
640 ± Acres 7± Miles from Aguilares Gated entrance on FM 2895 30± Minutes from two airports Low-fenced Two earthen tanks Electricity Good ranch roads & senderos Great hunting opportunities
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$1,000,500  •  290 acres
La Esperanza Ranch is the perfect low-maintenance gentlemen’s ranch highlighted by hard to obtain features and amenities all in one package. The 297± acres are located within Webb County, Texas, 30 miles from Laredo (33-miles from an international airport). It boasts FM-2895 paved access frontage along with city water utilities and electricity. Large grassland pastures have been engineered for both the cattleman and upland bird hunter, yet the brush is perfectly diverse for whitetail deer habitat. The ranch has multiple quality executive hunting blinds to accommodate multiple hunters comfortably. Each blind location has a feeder in place which feeds year-round for the utilization of the whitetail deer, javelina, and wild hog populations. Through the years, the property has been lightly grazed and enjoys an agricultural tax exemption. The estimated animal units per acre are one to 25± acres. The ranch lends itself to either building a permanent residence away from the city lights or a short commute to and from Laredo for a quick morning/afternoon hunt. Should a buyer be interested in the property and location but less acreage, the Seller is willing to divide the property and finance it. There are no oil and gas mineral rights owned by the seller, and therefore, they do not convey. This is the perfect ranch property should someone be searching for a manageable opportunity with an array of highly sought-after conveniences! The Facts: ~ Webb County ~ Highway frontage ~ City water ~ Electricity ~ Water troughs ~ Improved grazing pasture ~ Excellent road system ~ New interior fencing ~ Hunting blinds/feeders ~ Whitetail, javelina, hogs, bobwhite/scaled quail ~ Rotational pastures ~ Will divide