El Indio Ranch
The El Indio ranch has a level to gently rolling terrain. It has extensive frontage on the north bank of the Rio Grande River. This ranch has all the diverse brush species necessary to grow very large deer. Brush species include Guajillo, Guyacon, Blackbrush, Granjeno, Whitebrush, Persimmon, Huisache, tasajillo, prickly pear, etc. Elm and Hackberry trees can be found on the drainages and mesquite trees are scattered across the ranch. This high fenced ranch offers a diversity of hunting opportunities. There are several hunting blinds and feeders scattered throughout the property. Game include whitetail deer, quail, turkey, and migratory birds including dove and ducks. The large private lake also supports bass and other game fish. The ranch also has a small exotic herd including axis, blackbuck, and elk. The perimeter of this ranch is high fenced and about 800 acres is also high fenced into a separate exotic game pasture. Structural improvements include a main lodge, a guest cabin with 6 private quarters, and a large open sided equipment shed. The ranch has access to public water from El Indio, but it includes several ponds and one large lake. It has extensive frontage on the Rio Grande River, and it is on the Maverick County Irrigation District’s canal system with an annual water allocation for food plots and game. A portions of the minerals owned will be conveyed with an acceptable sales price.
NOTE: This ranch is shown by appointment with Texas Ag Realty, LLC. Buyer’s Brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to be considered for participation in compensation.