3,972± Acres ROCKY LAKE RANCH, Dimmit-Zavala County
FM 393& FM 191, Crystal City, Texas 78839
Description: Owned and operated by the same family since 1967, the Rocky Lake Ranch offers it all. Located in the heart of ‘Big Deer Country’, this ranch displays an unusual amount of water. Both large lakes and irrigation features make this diverse hunting ranch extra unique.
Improvements: The main home at the ranch headquarters was built in 1969. It is of brick exterior construction with thick interior adobe walls. There are 5 bedrooms and bathrooms off the Great Room that features an inviting fireplace. The kitchen and dining room round out the inside of the home. There is a foreman’s home that is 1,600± s.f. with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. There is a high fence perimeter. There are 2 center pivots and a good road system throughout,
Water: The ranch is very well watered having both excellent surface water and subsurface water. Numerous named lakes and creeks are present on the north end. Rocky Lake and Fish Hook Lake traverse the land for 2.02± miles and 1.5± miles. Rocky Lake is 20± ft. deep in some areas and has never gone dry per the current owner. The water is constant enough for the lake to have a 200 HP electric 3-phase pump that waters a 35± acre pivot.
There are 6 tanks that accompany the lakes. Several of them are a few surface acres. The main well for the ranch headquarters is a Carrizo irrigation well that pumps 1200± GPM. This well provides water to several tanks and a 122± acre pivot. Two seasonal creeks also provide runoff and hold pools of water in wet times, named Rocky Creek and Peña Creek.
Vegetation – Terrain: this ranch has excellent brush diversity and has a variety of hardwood trees throughout. Most of the hardwoods such as Cedar Elm, Hackberry and Oak Trees are found near the creeks and lakes. Large mesquite are also dotted across the ranch. There are 1,000± acres of sandy mott country. Brush species include Guajillo, Black brush, Guayacon, White Brush, Prickley Pear, Persimmon and Granjeno. There is gentle elevation on the northwest side, with heights ranging from 550 feet ASL to 582 feet ASL.
Wildlife: This ranch has all the necessary vegetation and water to grow and hold an abundance of wildlife.Located in an area of the state renown for producing large whitetail deer. There is a well managed deer herd with lots of turkey. Quail and dove. The lakes offer great fishing opportunity for Bass, Catfish and Crappie. The lakes are an attraction for seasonal duck hunting. There have been several 170 Class Bucks taken over the years. Wildlife includes Whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, javelina, hogs, varmints, etc.
Minerals: There are currently 9 oil wells on the property. Owner owns a small portion of minerals and will convey all that he owns.
Taxes: $13,000.± Agricultural exemption.
Location: This ranch is located 5± miles southwest of Crystal City, 11.68± miles northwest of Carrizo Springs, 40± miles south of Uvalde and 115± miles southwest of San Antonio, Texas.
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