This turnkey, high-fenced hunting ranch sweeps across three counties in the heart of the “Golden Triangle.” The water infrastructure on the ranch is one of the finest we have ever seen with six Carrizo Sands water wells servicing multiple lakes, stock ponds and irrigation systems via an expertly planned grid of miles of underground piping. The meticulously maintained improvements include a comfortable hunting lodge with pool, two foreman’s homes, a full deer processing facility and more! The highly sought after “red dirt” dominates almost the entire ranch, supporting the excellent native brush diversity along with a trophy native whitetail herd which maintains an MLDP III status.
Improvements include a five-bedroom, five-bath hunting lodge with pool, two foreman’s/caretaker’s homes, a fully-enclosed, four-bay barn with concrete floor and seven roll-up bay doors, a deer processing facility with walk-in cooler with 75-deer capacity, a large pole barn for storage of larger rolling stock and equipment and a 1,500-yard shooting range with elevated shooting house. Numerous protein, corn, quail and turkey feeders are strategically placed across the entire property along with top-of-the line executive hunting blinds. An outstanding road system is in place including an all-weather road from the entrance to the headquarters of the ranch.
Six Carrizo Sands water wells, the largest able to produce 400 gallons per minute, feed miles of underground piping supplying water across the ranch. The ranch boasts a spectacular amount of surface water with 68 stock ponds and/or lakes of varying sizes. There is a 20-acre high-fenced irrigated food plot with center pivot, along with several other irrigated food plots with riser sprinkler systems. The ranch also has seven concrete cattle troughs, a 72,000-gallon water storage facility servicing the improvements and excellent drainage along seasonal Snake Creek.
Habitat and Wildlife
The highly sought after red dirt or fine sandy loam soils dominate the majority of the ranch. A good subsurface clay barrier makes for prime tank building country, evidenced by the numerous stock ponds and lakes scattered throughout the property. Excellent native brush diversity, which has been sculpted, stripped and cleared in many areas, creates superb quail habitat and productive food plots across the ranch. The all-native whitetail deer herd holds an MLDP Level III status and has been expertly managed for years, producing several trophies in the 190–200+ Boone and Crockett range. Large bull mesquites along Snake Creek furnish fine roosting spots for the healthy population of Rio Grande Turkey found on the ranch, and the incredible amount of surface water on the ranch is also a magnet for waterfowl in the winter months.
Snake Creek Ranch is conveniently located just over an hour from San Antonio and fronts on Highway 85 just 15 miles west of Dilley, Texas.
8,195± Acres In Dimmit, Frio & Zavala County, Texas
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Dullnig Ranch Sales
210-213-9700 • DullnigRanches@gmail.com
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