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Knox County Texas Lakefront Property for sale

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$10,995,000 5,230 acres
Seymour, TX 76380 - Knox County

Lago Grande River Ranch - PRICE REDUCED!

Location: 5 miles south of Benjamin, TX Water: 500+/- acre private lake; 10 miles of frontage on the Brazos River; & Over 2.2 miles of sloughs Perhaps the most amazing feature of Lago Grande River Ranch is the massive, 500+/- (surveyed) acre lake, that is known as Lake Davis to the locals within a several county radius. Wildlife: Lake Davis historically wintered tens of thousands of ducks and geese . You would be hard pressed to talk to a duck and goose guide within a hundred miles who does not know Lake Davis, and if he hasn't had the privilege of hunting close by, he has likely wished he could. It is unnerving to be near the lake in the early morning hours, when the sun is just beginning to rise, and hear the spectacular thunder th
No Fences Land Company No Fences Land Company
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$508,750 370.52 acres
CR 4720, Munday, TX 76371 - Knox County

370.52 acres Munday, TX

An amazing waterfowl hunting paradise located approximately 2 miles South East of Munday Texas in Knox County. This property is approximately 370 acres that sits in the Central Flyway and attracts and holds waterfowl by the thousands as they use it as a roosting area during the Winter months. Canada Geese are predominant with many species of ducks as well, including teal, pintail, widgeon, and gadwall. Aside from waterfowl, this property also offers Wild Hogs, Turkey, Dove, Quail and Whitetail Deer. This property is under the Knox County NRCS Wetland Reserve Program (WRP) and the Playa Lake is fed by runoff from surrounding fields and county road ditches, with various types of vegetation such as Switchgrass, Plain Bristle grass etc. Access
Matt McLemore Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Wichita Falls Division
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