Great soil and abundant water create the perfect environment for native pecan trees to flourish. Mature pecan trees can be found along the creeks, scattered in the woods and isolated in the open pasture. Native grasses and other preferred deer forage such as green briar grow throughout the property. River cane also grows along the creeks in thick bands between the tree line and the open pasture. This type of cane was historically used to make primitive arrows. Given the presence of this cane and abundant wildlife, this property would also likely be a great place to hunt arrowheads and other Native American artifacts.
This is a dream property for a deer and turkey hunter and is about as "creek bottom" as it gets. It's easy to find game trails as the creek banks funnel the deer to areas where gently sloping banks make crossing easier. These locations can sometimes funnel three or more trails together and make it easy to spot the larger tracks of mature bucks in muddy banks of the creek. A little bit of scouting along the creeks makes it easy to find the preferred paths of trophy bucks.
Multiple small openings surrounded by timber would make ideal secluded food plots that provide mature bucks the feeling of security they need to venture out during the daylight. The ranch also has larger openings and pasture along the mature woodlots, which would make great spots for larger plots. Two ponds are on the property, and the larger 1/2 acre pond is stocked with bass.
This is a very diverse property. It has slight elevation changes, grown up fields for cover/bedding, mature timber woodlots, numerous creeks, and even an old abandoned railroad which can make a great access route to hunting areas/stands. One of the most important aspects of Three Forks Ranch is the location. This is the part of the state where hunters have an excellent chance of taking Boone and Crockett bucks.
Lastly, Three Forks Ranch is fertile enough to not only support a healthy wildlife population but also run 25 cow/calf pairs. Other revenue producing activities would include harvesting pecans or potentially bailing hay if you had rather not have cattle on the property.
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