Arrowhead RanchHildalgo County
This majestic ranch spans nearly 10,000 acres of land offers the very best in south Texas wing shooting as well as trophy Whitetails and exotics. It’s rich, fertile sandy loam soils and numerous water sources, along with some strategically placed quail strips create that perfect habitat for any quail aficionados while supporting vast numbers of wildlife and cattle. Located nearby McAllen/ Edinburg, in the center of the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, the Arrowhead Ranch has hosted many dignitaries over the years both foreign and domestic.
Wildlife & Hunting: Being surrounded by literally tens of thousands of acres of farmland typically planted in grain sorghum helps provide the Arrowhead ranch with fantastic quail, dove and turkey hunts. There are several cleared areas around ponds and windmills specifically for making just that. The Whitetail deer herd was enhanced by DMP pens, a Deer Management Program whereby native does are bred to scientifically bred bucks and released onto the ranch. This was in place for 8 years. There are plenty of trophy Whitetails on the ranch and the owners have maintained strict deer herd management practices. In addition, some of the highest scoring Scimitar Oryx, Axis deer and Blackbuck antelope can be found here.
Improvements: The Main House is a custom-built home approximately 9,500 square feet with 5 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 2 half baths, an office and a fitness room. It’s large living room has mesquite wood floors, a one-of-a-kind hand carved mesquite wood bar, pool table and fireplace. The kitchen has stainless appliances and is open to the dining room. The long hallways have arched hand laid brick ceilings done by a local artisan.
Hunting Lodge: The hunting lodge which dates back to the 1930’s has been fully restored is approximately 8,000 square feet. It includes 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, an office commercial grade kitchen, a large living room with a bar and a large dining room. Additional Improvements include a 3/2 manager’s house, 3/2 for guides, a bunk house next to the lodge for overflow, 1/1 apartment and a covered outdoor cooking for grilling and watching football games after the big hunt. There are several barns including a 6,000 square foot enclosed shop, a 12,000 square foot equipment barn, another 6,000 square foot barn both with three sides, as well as a 5,000ft landing strip, 6 water wells, 20 plus water troughs and 10+ ponds with miles of water lines feeding these water sources.