Mud Creek Ranch
Mud Creek Ranch is a secluded, native hunting property situated on the banks of "live" Mud Creek, which is synonymous with big whitetail deer, huge flocks of Rio Grande turkeys and a well-known destination for migrating Mallards each fall. The already present sloughs along the Pecan-lined creek bottom have been enhanced to further attract big flocks of greenheads and woodies.
*Orr - 5 miles
*Marietta - 25 miles
*DFW - 95 miles
Access: Dead end county road
Water: Three ponds, "live" Mud Creek, seasonal Sandy Creek, 8 acre waterfowl impoundment, many more waterfowl impoundment sites
Utilities: Water Well, Electric Meter, Septic System
Climate: +/-35" of average annual rainfall
Minerals: Surface only
Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Wild Turkey, Wild Hogs, Dove, Waterfowl
Fishing: Catfish, Crappie, Sand Bass, Bluegill
Terrain: Native Pecan groves, hardwood bottom land, Crosstimbers
Equipment: Not included
Improvements: 1500 sq metal shop building with living quarters and open shop space
Mud Creek Ranch is managed recreational property along a major tributary creek to the Red River with excellent native deer, turkey and hog hunting and an emphasis on duck hunting.
A levee and water control structure have been constructed to seasonally impound eight acres of water over Japanese Millet and Milo, under the canopy of dozens of Native Pecan trees. Hundreds of mallards and wood ducks are annually harvested from this impoundment, several ponds and Mud Creek itself.
The flat topography along Mud Creek lends itself to additional construction of shallow duck hunting impoundments under the Pecan groves if desired. Food plots and feeders are annually maintained to provide supplement feed and hunting opportunities for native deer and turkey.
A metal building is situated on the property providing living quarters and shop space to house tractors, implements, UTVs and hunting gear. Water, power and sewer are installed.
This secluded hunting ranch has been perfectly set-up and is ready to hunt this fall.