Description: This ranch supports abundant wildlife and is located in an area renown for waterfowl hunting. Skull Creek runs through the middle of the ranch and is lined with large trees and thick cover to hold game. Parts of the creek widen and form sloughs which are excellent areas to hunt ducks. This unique ranch has been in the same family for many years and provides a great opportunity for someone to come in and make it their own.
Water: This ranch has an abundance of surface and sub-surface water. Skull Creek runs through the middle of the property for 2.4± miles. There are numerous tanks, sloughs, and old gravel pits that hold water and provide great places to hunt waterfowl. There are 4 wells on the property, 3 of them being irrigation wells that once pumped 2,000± GPM. The 4th is a domestic well that supplies water to the cabin and improvements.
Improvements: There is a hunting camp on the property with a cabin that is equipped with electricity, a permitted domestic well, and a septic system. Along with the cabin, are 3 RV hookups that also have water, electricity, and a septic system.
Vegetation: There are countless numbers of different trees and plant life on this ranch. A few main species include oak trees, cottonwood trees, persimmon trees, rose hedge, yaupon, plus a part of the ranch is home to a grove of beautiful Bastrop pine trees.
Wildlife: This property is loaded with wildlife that will keep any hunter busy. The area is known for exceptional waterfowl hunting plus there is plenty of cover to hold whitetail deer. Along with waterfowl and whitetail, this property has dove, turkey, pigs, coyotes, bobcats, and varmints.
Utilities: San Bernard Electrical Coop.
Schools: Columbus I.S.D.
Minerals: None. Surface sale only.
Taxes: $ 2,704.38 Agricultural exemption.
Location: The ranch is located 11± miles south of Columbus, 31± miles north of El Campo, 85± miles west of Houston, and 136± miles east of San Antonio. There is frontage on CR 102.