The Chittim White Ranches are comprised of three South Texas ranches. The Dos Chimeneas Ranch, The Picosa Creek Ranch, and The Rancho Blanco Ranch.
The Dos Chimeneas Ranch (6,000 acres) and the Picosa Creek Ranch (6,000 acres) are part of the Chittim Ranch which was 200,000 acres located in Maverick County 140 miles southwest of San Antonio and 20 miles east of Eagle Pass.
The Chimeneas Creek and Picosa Creek watersheds traverse both of these ranches and contain over 35 species of South Texas brush that white-tailed deer thrive on.
The Chittim White Ranches was established around the turn of the century by the family of White’s Mines, of the rock asphalt mining family originating in Uvalde, Texas. This ranch is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a wildlife-rich property in the Texas Hill Country.
The Chittim White Ranches are professionally managed for White-tailed Deer and Rio Grande Turkey by Don Bayer and David Zavalek.
The Chittim White Ranches are offering a UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR HUNTERS. These ranches have been intensively managed for trophy deer since 1994 and have been leased by the same hunting groups for most of that time. Bucks have been harvested on each of the ranches that have made the Boone and Crockett Record Book.
The lease hunters on these ranches have become very spoiled by the quality of buck they can harvest and will not shoot bucks scoring less than 150 B&C points. Maintaining 1 to 1 buck/doe ratios and keeping the deer population in check requires harvesting a significant number of buck and doe. This has created a UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY for package hunters to harvest bucks scoring less than 150 B & C points.
A limited number of trophy class bucks will be sold to package hunters each year. Who better to guide you on these hunts than the lease hunters. Harvesting a recommended number of buck that score less than 150 gross points is the lease hunters responsibility and is an important part of the harvest strategy. The Chittim White Ranches have sold package hunts on both ranches since 2004 and have maintained a hunting success rate of better than 95% while harvesting 20-25 packaged bucks annually. All hunting is done from stands. None of the ranches are totally high fenced. Some high fence exists on each ranch.