Ask Jacob Rice
If you're looking for a hunting ranch to grow top-end whitetails, this property is it. Located in southeastern Coal county, this ranch is bordered on the west by Muddy Boggy Creek and is covered with habitat mainly consisting of oak and pecan trees. The live creek and 3 ponds located on this tract also provide ample water to the wildlife. Access to the ranch is hard to beat being directly off of State Highway 43. Numerous trails and roads are already established through the ranch providing easy accessibility throughout various parts of the property.