- Property Name:3,000 Acres El Tesoro Ranch
- City:Eagle Pass
- Live Water:Yes
3,000± Acres EL TESORO RANCH , Maverick County - U/C February, 2020
Hwy. 277, Eagle Pass, Texas
Description: Located in the heart of “Big Native Deer Country”, this ranch has consistently produced monster native whitetail deer for several years. Once part of the notable Chittim Ranch, it features good brush, strong native whitetail deer genetics and large surface tanks, making a unique offering. Owned and operated by the same family for 10 years, after being in the Chittim family for 100+ years.
Improvements: The perimeter is high fenced and has electricity available. The property has a good road system and is ready for your improvements of choice.
8 Protein feeders. 2000 lb. feeders, hog panel around all feeders.
6 Deer blinds. 6 Deer corn feeders.
Concrete Slab with a 4-inch skinning rack.
Gravel pad with 6 RV sites with hookups for water, electricity, sewer and Direct TV satellite.
Water: This ranch has tremendous surface water having 5 nice lakes. The largest when full is 20± acres and another 8± acres. All of the lakes are believed to be 25 feet deep. The 20-acre lake has a water system that pulls water, and filters it to a 5,000 gallon concrete storage tank. Several of the lakes offer good bass fishing, duck hunting and dove hunting. This area is known for having good clay, allowing for surface water to last through the droughts. Chueco Creek traverses the property for about 3.5± miles. This seasonal creek provides runoff for lakes and holds pools of water during wet times. It also adds good tree cover for game.
Vegetation: This ranch has all of the necessary browse to grow very large whitetail deer, and carry an abundance of game. Brush species include Guajillo, Guayacon, Persimmon, Blackbrush, Whitebrush, Tasajillo, Prickley Pear, Granjeno and many more.
Wildlife: This ranch has an abundance of native wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, ducks and fish. The ranch was highfenced in 2008 with the goal of taking the native deer herd to a new level. The owner has been dedicated to serious trophy hunting and is under Level 3 MLDP since 2010. Several 170 B/C class bucks have been harvested, along with a handful of 160 B/C class.
Minerals: Surface only sale. No current production.
Taxes: $6,902. (2018)
Location: This ranch is 120± miles southwest of San Antonio, 65± miles southwest of Uvalde, 35± miles northwest of Crystal City, 35± miles northwest of Carrizo Springs, and 14± miles east of Eagle Pass. This property fronts on the north side of Hwy. 277.
Airport: Maverick County Memorial Airport (5T9) is located 8 miles north of Eagle Pass and has a 5506 foot runway.
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