La Salle County

White Kitchen Ranch

2424.40 acres

The White Kitchen Ranch is located five miles south of Los Angeles, TX, with frontage on Highway 469. Improvements at the headquarters include a two-bedroom camphouse, a one-bedroom guest house, carport, and equipment barn.

The ranch is well watered with five water wells and seven stock tanks. This is a good high-fenced hunting ranch with good native brush. Excellent hunting for deer, dove, quail, and hogs.

Conway Ranch - SOLD

468 acres

The Nueces River borders the entire north side of the ranch. Harris Lake, which is fed by tributaries of the Nueces River, is the southern boundary. During times of flooding on the river, access to this ranch is cut off by high water over the concrete dam. With all the water and excellent diversity of South Texas brush, the habitat is a haven for wildlife. Cleared strips have been established on the ranch along with hunting blinds and feeders The hunting is excellent for deer, turkey, hogs and doves. An all-pipe pier built on the lake provides good fishing.

The ranch has 210 acre-feet of water from the lake to use as irrigation. There is a water pipeline in place from the lake with valves for irrigation of hay or oat pastures.There is a pavilion with a park model trailer that has been rocked with limestone around the bottom with a full bath and kitchen. There is a large limestone fire ring and BBQ pit between the trailer and two hunter cabins with full baths. All furniture in the house and cabins conveys with the sale of the ranch. There is a remodeled 2-bedroom 1-bath house that faces the lake and pier.

There is a game processing area with walk-in cooler. Other improvements include older cattle pens, equipment shed, and round silo for storing feed. The headquarters area is served by a water well drilled in 2005. All equipment will go with the sale of the ranch to include: tractor with all implements & tools and a pick-up.

The ranch is for sale surface-only with no minerals to convey. There is no oilfield traffic on the ranch. There has been no drilling or pipelines, most likely due to the Nueces River floodplain.

Kahler Ranch - SOLD

320 acres

This South Texas hunting ranch located approximately 18 miles southeast of Cotulla. The habitat is good for deer, quail, dove, and hogs. Predominately native brush with one stock tank.

The camp house built in 2008 is located on a high ridge and has a good view. The house features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fireplace, a porch on the west side, and a carport on the east. No minerals are owned by Seller and no oilfield activity on the ranch.

Rancho Watusi - SOLD

5740 acres

If you're interested in a turnkey south Texas hunting ranch, you might want to consider this one. Rancho Watusi is a very well-improved hunting ranch. Managed for whitetail deer for 16 years, the ranch has good native genetics, excellent habitat, and well-planned improvements, making it a top hunting operation.

The Spanish-style hunting lodge has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths and features a gorgeous diorama, fireplace, custom furniture, and all electric appliances. A 2-bedroom foreman's house includes an office and a fireplace. A concrete slab for implement parking is attached to a 40' x 100' barn and workshop. All improvements are in excellent condition.

The ranch is well-watered by 8 stock tanks and a Carrizo well, with 1.7 miles of 4" water line. Two of the tanks are well-stocked with fish. The Carrizo water well has 3-phase electricity and can produce over 300 gpm. Two water storage tanks, one with a capacity of 10,000 gallons, complement the water system.

Good ranch roads throughout the ranch provide access. A good gravel and base material pit is present on the ranch. The perimeter is fenced with an 8' deer-proof fence. Other amenities include solar-powered gates, 11 deer blinds, 10 protein feeders with fenced pens, overhead feed storage bin, corn bin with auger, walk-in cooler, ice machine, deer hanging rack, car wash slab with hotsy washer, diesel and gasoline fuel storage, and an excellent set of cattle pens with scales and loading chutes. A planned house site is located above the lodge with electric power, water, and septic tank.

Equipment included: Kubota tractor 125 hp, with 3/4 ton front end loader, motor grader, 2009 Polaris Ranger crew ATV, Chevrolet 3/4 ton 4-wheel drive top drive camp truck (20,000 original miles), new 20' Rhino batwing shredder, 15' Rhino batwing shredder, 16' tilt trailer, portable auger for deer feeders, 10' roller chopper, 11' seeder.

Minerals: None

Nueces Ranch - SOLD

6980 acres

Excellent hunting ranch with small amount of minerals. Very well-managed for wildlife and cattle. Habitat is excellent, including approx 2.5 miles of the Nueces River. Very well-watered with 9 tanks, 2 water wells, and 1 shared Carrizo sand water well. Main house is approx 5,000 sq ft, with 4 BR, 4.5 BA, swimming pool, and carport. Headquarters improvements include manager's house with 3 individual guest rooms, hunter's camphouse, equipment barn, all pipe cattle pens, dog kennels, office, and deer cleaning facility.

Rancho El Altito - SOLD

2778 acres

South Texas hunting at its best with a fabulous hacienda-style lodge - approximately 5,000 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 4-1/2 baths, covered porches and cabana. Designed with entertainment in mind, your family and guests will be quite comfortable here.

Across the paved parking lot is a 3-bedroom apartment built inside a 6,500-sq.-ft. implement barn and garage. Other improvements include a game cleaning area & walk-in cooler, 20-ton overhead feed storage, 13 deer blinds, 13 corn feeders, and 10 protein feeders.

The ranch is very well-watered with 7 stock tanks and 5.7 miles of waterline filling 6 water troughs. Rancho El Altito is high-fenced with a very well-managed deer herd (180-class deer harvested this year). The brush diversity is as good as anywhere in South Texas. The ranch has highway frontage and is located 7 miles east of Cotulla, less than 10 minutes from the Cotulla airport.

Caiman Ranch - SOLD

2000 acres

This ranch is the 2000-acre Headquarters portion of the 10,000-acre Caiman Ranch. Owned by the same family for 60 years, this is a very rare opportunity. Their trophy whitetail deer program began 25 years ago and they have had Level 3 MLD permit for 10 years. The Caiman Ranch is a regular on the leaderboards of several South Texas deer contests. On the entire 10,000 acres in the past 5 years the ranch has taken 26 bucks scoring over 160 B&C and 3 scoring 190 or better. All native, free-ranging, South Texas hunting at its best. Traversed by Los Olmos creek and once inhabited by the Coalhauiltecan Indians, there is also good hunting for Indian artifacts / arrowheads.

The main house (5 bedroom, 5 bath) has 4,912 square feet of living area and 10,000 sq. ft. under roof, including 1200 sq. ft. of covered patio and 3,049 sq. ft. of carport. The house features DSL internet, Dish Network TV, a steam shower and jacuzzi bath, a fireplace, and a walk-in cooler. The guest house (4 bedroom, 2 bath) is 1,724 sq. ft. The barn and shop building is 4905 sq. ft. There is a Carrizo water well pumping water to 2 large storage tanks at the headquarters. Other improvements include approximately 2 miles of waterline with several water troughs, stock tanks, working pens, a tack shed, another 650-sq.-ft. barn with loading docks, and a 2500-ft. grass landing strip.

Located 15 miles east of Encinal in La Salle County with 2.7 miles of County Road frontage (across the road from the Junco).