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The Seminole 742 is located just southeast of the town of Seminole. This combination property is perfect for livestock, hunting, and fishing. This property also has some beautiful homesites. Location is what truly makes this property shine. Located just minutes away from the amenities of Seminole and only 59 miles from OKC and 89 miles from Tulsa.
The diversity of the terrain is unmatched. From lush hayfields and productive food plots, big, heavy timber ridges, and creek bottoms, this property has everything those whitetails, turkeys, livestock, and other game needs. Multiple ponds (19) scatter the farm as well. Approximately 1.5 miles of Wewoka Creek meanders through the north end of the ranch and makes a fantastic travel corridor along with being a live-water source.
The ponds are consistently managed by Robinson Wildlife Solutions and are producing some great fish. Aside from being a productive cattle ranch, the property is also managed mature, trophy whitetails via summer and fall food plots, year-round supplemental feeding, and a focus on harvesting mature animals. The harvest and fish photos provided, show that the current owner is a serious outdoorsman that takes pride in growing big fish, big whitetails, and big turkeys. This is your chance to continue to improve even further something great that has already been started.
This is a one-of-a-kind ranch that literally has everything: trophy deer, lunker bass, income production, beautiful scenic views, live water, and the list goes on. Don't miss your opportunity to make this one yours!
Call Jacob Rice at (405) 229-6835 to schedule your private showing today and this property can be yours just in time for hunting season!
- Professionally managed ponds for trophy fish
- History of producing trophy whitetails
- Live water via Wewoka Creek
- 19 ponds
- Income-producing via livestock and/or hay production
- Miles of trails and great accessibility to nearly all parts of the ranch
- Established food plots, feeders, and blind/stand locations
- 59 miles to OKC
- 89 miles to Tulsa