3,334 Contiguous Acres Located in Kent County, Tx. This property just changed hands in 2023 after being in the same family for about 10 years. It has been operated as a cow/calf ranch, but has a lot of hunting opportunity, as the land and wildlife has been managed conservatively and thoughtfully. Many mesquites have been sprayed, and there is some ex-CRP. This property is unique for a multitude of reasons. First-Elevation Change. Approximately 250’ of elevation change provides tons of glassing opportunity, multiple hunters, and a great opportunity for western spot and stalk style hunting. Secondly, The water system on the ranch(water wells) is extensive and abundant. This keeps wildlife living on the ranch. Also, with Little Red Mud Creek and its fingers traversing through, there are seasonal water pockets that provide additional drinking water as well as offering additional contour. Thirdly, there is both power and water off the all-weather access county road, where there could be as many RV hookups as desired. There is also a foreman’s quarters which could potentially be included. Fourth, the cover on this ranch is ideal with mostly mature mesquite and hackberry trees, as well as cottonwoods that line the creek bottoms. Blind hunting is exceptional as well, as there are many clearings to have potential food plots/feeders/leave as open pasture.
Wildlife: White-tailed deer, few mule deer, turkey, dove, quail, hogs, varmints.
Location: Distance to Lubbock is under 70 miles, Abilene is approximately 100 miles, Midland is approximately 140 miles, and the western edges of Fort Worth are approximately 250 miles. Drive 10 minutes to spur to get all your basic needs. There are also towns like Post, Dickens, Rotan, Clairemont, and Jayton that are much closer and that provide additional dining and amenities.
Hunting Terms: Hunters will have year-round access to the entire ranch. Hunters may bring identified family and friends-10 registered hunters max.