This Fisher County hunting ranch offers quality quail and white-tailed deer hunting approximately 40 miles northwest of Abilene and just 10 miles Southwest of Hamlin. The ranch encompasses about 2,200 acres which has cover comprised of shin oak, with some scattered mesquite, hackberry, elm, and Chinaberry trees.
Most of the property is good wildlife habitat but two coastal bermuda fields of approximately 45 acres and 35 acres lie along Highway 180 on the south end of the property. Topography is rolling, and offers gorgeous miles long views from the high points of the ranch. Fences are a combination of barbed wire and field fencing on cedar posts and are in good condition.
This Fisher County ranch is watered by a water well on the Southwest end of the ranch. Water has been piped across the ranch to several supplemental wildlife watering stations and two concrete cattle troughs. There are two other water wells on the property that are not equipped at this time. Rural water is also available along the highway, so water is not a limiting factor.
The ranch has two sets of pipe livestock pens – conveniently located at each end of the property. Other than that, this ranch is a blank palette, ready for you to improve as you wish. Electricity is in place. Water is supplied by one of two water wells on the ranch.
This chunk of real estate is one of the finest hunting ranches in Fisher County, and probably this part of the state. The family has only lightly hunted this ranch during recent years. Brush sculpting was done years ago to create hunting lanes for deer and bobwhite quail. It is not uncommon to see whitetail deer over 150” in this area. There are also good numbers of Rio Grande turkeys, feral hogs, and other predatory animals.
For pricing on this particular Texas ranch, you can contact the listing ranch agent for more information.