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Greg Gonsoulin
Texas Home and Ranch

Premier Hunting Ranch - Picosa Creek Ranch

Hwy 57, Eagle Pass, Texas 78852 - Maverick County
$10,500,000 3662 Acres
5 beds 5 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom 5870 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 2872363


REDUCED!!!!Beautiful Picosa Creek Ranch sits in the middle of some of the best habitat and hunting South Texas has to offer. Its 3662 high-fenced acres have been highly manicured to produce the best wildlife habitat for growing and hunting huge 200 + B&C South Texas bucks. The many well maintained ranch roads have been set up to hunt upland birds as well as the many migratory birds that call this ranch home. The ranchs genetics has been improved by the addition of 2 DMP pens and 2 breeder pens that have only added to the huge bucks already present on this ranch. Eight stocked lakes and three water wells that have piped water throughout the ranch specifically for quail watering stations makes this ranch one of the best watered ranches in the area. Picosa Creek travels through the middle of this ranch which has been notorious for producing various amounts of game including deer, blue and bobwhite quail, turkey, doves and javelina. The scenic drive to the approximately 6000 square foot lodge on its all weather road has a wonderful view of the ranchs largest lake where the lodge has been strategically placed. The furnished lodge has 5 bedrooms and 5 baths with a large open concept living room with high ceilings throughout. The rustic covered porch is excellent for entertaining and enjoying the view of the ranch and the visiting wildlife to the lodges beautiful landscaped yard. An additional 2 bedroom and 2 bath managers home which includes a large covered barn for parking is located inside the ranchs compound. The large barn also includes a game cleaning area with electric hoist, walk in cooler, ice machine and plenty of storage room. The entire compounds water is operated with a state-of-the-art RO watering system with an additional large walk in cooler for drinks and food. There is a smaller barn that is used for landscaping equipment and has a dog kennels for the hunting dog enthusiast. Two large overhead feed binds and new feed trailer makes maintaining the 15 oversized hunting blinds, 28 corn feeders and 16 protein feeders a one mans job (equipment list upon request). Roller chopped lanes have been cut through the brush to enhance the habitat as well as improve the access to the many game on the ranch. This fully operational ranch is ready for the person who wants to start hunting big deer without having to wait. Set up an appointment to view this South Texas jewel.


From San Antonio, Texas take Hwy 90 west to Uvalde, Texas and turn left (southwest) on Hwy 481 to the intersection of Hwy 57. You cross over Hwy 57 and gate is across the road. Call broker to make an appointment.


Barn Information
Electric to Barn
Equipment Barn
Living Quarters
Shop Building


Minerals - % Oil & Gas Owned

Property Tax Exemption

Road Frontage Desc
Road Easement

Surface Rights
No Value Selected

Common Features
Perimeter Fencing
Private Lake/Pond

Whitetail Deer

Number of Lakes (water over 5 acres)

Property Type

Sandy Loam



Lot Description

Present Use
Residential Single

Proposed Use
Residential Single

All Weather Road
Outside City Limits
Private Road
Private Sewer Co.
Underground Utilities

Type of Fence
High Fence

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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Greg Gonsoulin

Texas Home and Ranch

8712 Beauxart Garden Road
Beaumont, TX 77705

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