1,232± Ac. CUCHARA CREEK RANCH
Hwy. 83, Webb County, Encinal, Texas 78019
Description: Owned and operated by the same family since the 1930s, this low fence, free range hunting ranch is a raw piece of land located in the heart of native “Big Deer Country’. Truly wild and uninhabited, it offers excellent brush diversity, low drainages and gentle roll with views of the Rio Grande plains.
Improvements: The property has no improvements other than three sides of low perimeter fence, a set of old cattle pens and a few water troughs. This property is ready for improvements of choice.
Vegetation: This property has excellent brush diversity consisting of all the necessary browse to grow very large bucks. Seasonal Cuchara Creek traverses through, providing good tree cover. Brush species include guajillo, black brush, persimmon, guaycan, white brush, granjeno, mesquite twisted acacia and many more. Terrain ranges from light brushy, rolling hills to dense brushy creek bottoms.
Water: There is a shared water well agreement in place. The shared well lies south of the property and supplies water to several water troughs. Cuchara Creek traverses the property and provides good drainages, heavy cover and potential tank sites. There are two tanks on the property, one which is filled by runoff from Cuchara Creek.
Topography: The property ranges from good fertile bottom land to gently rolling hills. Elevations range from 747± feet to 826± feet across the ranch.
Wildlife: Located in the renown “Golden Triangle’, this ranch has not ever been leased and has had little to no hunting pressure at all. The brush, soils and tanks should support an abundance of native wildlife, including whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, hogs, quail, dove and varmints.
Location: This property is located 12± miles west of Encinal, 40± miles south west of Cotulla, 45± miles northwest of Laredo, and 120± miles southwest of San Antonio. There is frontage on both Hwy. 83 and Galvan Road.