A unique recreational tract on the Nueces River with direct access off Hwy 59 located just outside George West. This property has a combination of semi-open pasture and closed canopy woodland in the river bottom, studded with mature Live Oaks. Enjoy year-round hunting and fishing opportunities from deer and dove hunting in the fall and winter, chase turkeys and white bass in the spring, and catch catfish all year long. This is a rare opportunity to own Nueces River frontage with tons of wildlife. Complete with a water well and electricity, this property is waiting for the next owner to enjoy and make memories with family and friends.
Starting at the highway the property stair steps down from 130’ to 100’ at the river. The property is evenly divided into two habitat types, a semi-open upland with a dense grass layer and a closed canopy woodland with towering Live Oaks and Elms.
The upland area is a former pasture that has a good mix of woody plants and dense grasses which serve as great habitat for quail. A newly hatched covey of Bobwhites was observed recently. The lower half of the property is classic river bottom country with huge Live Oaks, Cedar Elms, and Hackberries that are draped in Spanish Moss. This riverine corridor is a haven for wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkeys, and hogs. Little Gambel Gully enters and exits the property near the highway and then returns to cross the property again in the middle of the property. There is approximately 400’ of frontage on the Nueces River.
A portion of the property lies within the FEMA 100-year floodplain.
There is a basic hunter’s camp with a water well and electricity present located in the middle of the property. Old Marbach School WSC has a water line running along Hwy 59, contact the WSC for availability of a tap. All hunting blinds and feeders are owned by the lessees and will not covey.