Approximately 75 miles East on I-40 from Amarillo, the ranch is located Northwest of McLean, TX in Gray County.
+/-960 Acres able to be split into two 480 ac. tracts
Coon Hollow Ranch has a history rich in stewardship and passionate care. Known as the Old Hudgens' Place in the 1960s, the ranch was owned by Harvey Hudgens. Mr. Hudgens owned about 8 to 10 sections on this land, running cattle and managing a gravel pit not far from the ranch, while I-40 was being constructed. Flash forward to the 1980s, when South Plains farmer, Mr. Unfred, bought the ranch and leased the property out to Mr. Shaw, who grazed the ranch until the current owner bought the land.
Transfer with ownership. There a
Approximately 601 acres in Gray County Texas that has pavement access from HWY 273 and approximately 7 miles from Pampa, Texas. This property has a river that seasonally flows with an abundance of trees. The property has good fence and some new fence has been installed as of first of October. This land has a good domestic electric well on it. The hunting is out of the world: including deer, turkey, quil, dove and etc. The land has not been grazed in over 5 years.
$384,000320 acresCR S, Mclean, TX79057 - Gray County
Asking $1,200 per acre or best offer.
This is a trophy deer hunting property. The owners haven't harvested a buck under 130" since buying the place. A 183" typical B&C whitetail was killed on this property in 2006, and a 213" giant typical B&C whitetail was killed on the ranch to the East in 2008.
The thing that sets this property apart from others is location and hunting pressure. These deer reach maturity, rut, break main beams fighting, things you don't see most places in Texas. The genetics are here as you can see in the pictures. The surrounding neighbors are large ranches, and the hunting pressure is very light.
The property lays out in rolling hills, ravines, and draws. The vegetation is CRP type grasses that are waist hig
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$6,0000 acres301 E 7th, Mclean, TX79057 - Gray County