Description: Owned and operated by the same family for over 80 years! With half fields and half brush, this is a good bird and deer hunting property. Seco Creek borders the property to the east.
Water: Over ½ mile of Seco Creek is the eastern boundary and has pools of water for wildlife support,. No water well on the property. West Medina Water Supply Corp. has a water line easement through this property, so municipal water could be available.
Improvements: Low perimeter fence. Electricity is available but there is no meter.
Vegetation: This property has 87± acres in cultivation which is good for dry land food plots. Turkeys utilize this area as a landing zone from the roost. The fields are comprised of good fertile soils. The remaining 100± acres is in native virgin brush and holds a good amount of wildlife. Brush species include guajillo, persimmon, guyacon, whitebrush, mesquite and others.
Wildlife: This property has an abundance of native wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, quail and dove. Open fields can be planted for food plots to attract deer and birds.
Location: This property is located 60± miles west of San Antonio, 35± miles east of Uvalde, 15± miles southwest of Hondo and 6± miles south of D’Hanis, Texas. The property is located on Deer Creek Road.
Airport: South Texas Regional Airport (KHDO) is 2 miles NW of Hondo and has a 6002 foot runway.