TECUMSEH RANCH – Throckmorton County
9,388+/- Acres | Exclusive Sealed Bid Offering – Bids Due July 22, 2021
Offered by: Tyler Jacobs – Hall and Hall
The historic 9,388± acre Tecumseh Ranch is located in the heart of the Big Country west of Fort Worth and north of Abilene, and represents a rare large ranch offering between the pastoral ranching communities of Throckmorton and Albany. The ranch boundary on the west and much of the south consists of over eight miles of shoreline on the favored Clear Fork of the Brazos River, and the idyllic and perennial Tecumseh Creek traverses the ranch from north to south for almost five miles. The diversity of the ranch landscape is unmatched with limestone benches and cliffs along the river and creeks, fertile valleys, mesquite flats, and several canyons with wet weather tributaries to the creek and river.
The ranch has been under the same conservation minded management for over 20 years and provides an ideal balance of productive native range with adequate cover for thriving populations of various forms of wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, feral hogs, quail, raptors, and varmints. The property supports a ranching operation of 300–350 animal units.
The Clear Fork of the Brazos River has a long history of sustaining diverse and quality wildlife throughout the watershed. Whitetail, waterfowl, quail, dove, and turkey make up the sporting species. Feral hogs, beaver, fox, coyote, bobcat, migratory birds, and raptors are also common.
The fishing opportunities along both the Clear Fork and Tecumseh Creek are outstanding for this part of the Big Country and deep rock bottom tanks also provide angling opportunities. The deeper holes in the river can reach stretches of over a mile and hundreds of yards along Tecumseh Creek.