Sportsman’s Paradise In South Texas
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A true sportsman's paradise set in one of the nations best big buck producing counties. Not to mention this ranch is part of the prestigious La Perla Ranch Community. If you ever wanted to have it all in a managed turn-key ranch this is your chance! A 57 +/- acre lake with pumping right from the Rio Grande River is the centerpiece that this high fenced ranch is built around. The comfortable 2010 3/2 Palm Harbor ranch headquarters opens out onto a sprawling deck complete with jacuzzi and a gorgeous view of the lake and expansive brush country. An additional guest quarters houses up to 7 friends and family. A drive through barn, walk-in cooler, skinning facility, and plenty of indoor storage round out the headquarters. This ranch has been intensely managed since 2005 for superior native genetics with ranch putting an emphasis on providing a world-class bow hunting experience. Many popular outdoor television shows have been filmed on this ranch and for good reason. The multiple handcrafted pit blinds provide a hunting experience that is second to none! Contact me today for your private tour of this amazing ranch!
Description: La Perla Viejo Ranch (the ancient pearl), is the 1,001-a centerpiece of the La Perla Ranch Community which once was over 20,000 acres. This ranch has it all including topography, stunning elevation changes, and an outstanding view of the brush country. The high quality of native vegetation, the concentration of wildlife, and large amounts of water structures are what set this diverse piece apart from other ranches!
A who’s who list of professional hunters and well known outdoor TV shows have hunted at this ranch! It is easy to see why, with an abundance of world-class whitetails, trophy bass fishing, wing shooting, varmints, and waterfowl this ranch really does have it all! Every detail has been thought through to allow for intensive management of the wildlife while providing an unmatched hunting excursion. Yearly deer surveys show a 1 to 1.5 buck to doe ratio which is a testament to the hard work put in by current ownership. The flourishing quail population is about 75% blues and 25% Bobwhites making for fast-paced wing shooting opportunities. Well maintained roads and Senderos allow easy access and enjoyment of the entire property.
Blinds and Feeders:
- The current owner was the first in Texas to install 5 handmade African pit blinds allowing for amazing bowhunting opportunities on dark horned South Texas bruisers!
- There are 6 enclosed tower blinds strategically placed on intersections.
- There are 5 hog proof corn and protein feed stations allowing for ease of feeding year-round to your deer herd.
Water: The water structures are truly unique and make this ranch head and shoulders above most.
- 3 Lakes that stay full year round due to pumping pipes from the Rio Grande. The largest lake is 57 +/- acres at its fullest and fed by an 8-inch pipe with a 500 GPM flow rate. These structures are professionally built and hold waterfowl and large bass!
- Multiple sidelines run off the main line providing several cistern style watering options for wildlife.
Size : 1,001 acres +/- located in Zapata, TX. Zapata County.
Location: South of Laredo on Hwy 83 about 20 miles. 120 miles from Corpus Christ and 160 miles from San Antonio.
The headquarters compound is centered around a 2010 three bed/two bath Palm Harbor home. The home is on a concrete slab and all structures have metal roofs.
A jacuzzi sits on the huge patio overlooking the 8-foot African fire pit. The headquarters porch offers remarkable views of the largest lake.
A screened in outdoor kitchen/entertaining area sits conveniently between the main house and bunk-room, which has 1 full bath, and can sleep up to 7 people.
The connecting drive-through barn serves as additional storage for both equipment and vehicles. Cleaning game is a breeze with a well thought out facility complete with walk-in cooler and cleaning station with water.
Electricity provided by Medina Electric Cooperative.
All water is treated by a 3000-gallon reverse osmosis system
The largest lake has been recdently emptied for work to be done on the core. The lake is in the process of being refilled.
107 La Perla Ranch Road, Lot#WP001
Laredo, Texas 78067