We are located in the scenic Texas Hill Country. The ranch is in southern San Saba county and is on the northern edge on the Llano uplift region. This is an area known as some of the best deer hunting in the state. Llano county, which is just a few miles south of us boasts as “The deer capital of Texas”.
Our ranch is 940 acres and is situated in such a shape that it seems much larger. We are under high fence which allows us the ability to conduct many of the necessary management techniques necessary to produce exceptional whitetail bucks. There are many factors in producing quality bucks, but any game biologist will tell you that the single most important factor in producing better deer is to allow bucks in the herd to reach maturity. By allowing the bucks to reach maturity they are able to attain their full genetic potential. It does not matter how much you feed a deer or try to manipulate genetics, neither of these factors have near the effect on antler development as what allowing a buck to reach maturity will do. The 2002 hunting season was the first year that we began to harvest mature bucks. Prior to this we had harvested only does and cull bucks.