The ranch is predominantly sandy loam soil with clay based soils in the lower areas. The entire ranch is about 80% big native brush, with the remainder being food plots and senderos. The brush very diverse and species include guajillo, blackbrush, guayacan, granjeno, mesquite, hackberry, and other native South Texas species. There is a trap of about 50 acres that is full of grass, scattered trees and motted brush.

Hoffman Creek runs through the ranch and provides excellent habitat and large mesquite and hackberry trees. It is a wet weather creek. This ranch has a lot of grass.


Hunting is excellent for deer, quail, dove, turkey, hogs, javelina and predators.


– Electric water well
– Cattle pens
– Large concrete water storage tank
– Large concrete water trough
– 2 corn feeders
– Small pond with water piped to it, excellent dove hunting area


There is one water well with a large concrete storage tank. The well is approximately 100 feet deep and produces roughly 3.5 gallons per minute.


No minerals, no production on the ranch.




Broker owns this property. Exceptional habitat, very private, large trees and excellent soil. Call Jerry Moren for showing 361-290-0970.


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