LOCATION: Stephens County, Oklahoma, near the town of Velma. 1.5 hours from the Red
River, 2.5 hours from DFW.
WATER: VERY well watered property with a private water well with submersible pump, lake,
ponds, and natural springs.
UTILITIES: Electricity on location, as well as water well.
WILDIFE: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, and 1 cow elk are inside of the high fence, as well
as a LOT of waterfowl. Feral hogs, coyotes, bobcats and fox are located outside of
the high fence.
The improved whitetail deer includes 20 does and 10 bucks that were bought and introduced. They have had approximately 20+ yearlings.
MINERALS: There are no mineral rights available, and there is some production at the front of
VEGETATION: The property’s primary vegetation is white oak, with a mix of hickory, walnut,
pecan, red oak, and ash.
TERRAIN: 1160′ to 1000′ elevation. There is a tremendous amount of topographical changes in
the property with rolling hills and vallies.
SOILS: Lindy Loam and Clay Loam soils are prevalent on the property.
IMPROVEMENTS: 6.5 acre stocked lake, High Fencing, improved whitetail herd, shed, water
well with well house, two travel trailers, mower, blinds, and feeders.
CURRENT USE: The property is currently used for commercial hunting and raising of whitetail
POTENTIAL USE: This property is made for recreation! Build a lodge and own an awesome
NEIGHBORS: The neighbor to the south, who is the former owner of this property, has around
200 acres with a very nice house and other improvements. There is a possibility
of buying this property as well, if interested.
FENCING: All except about 35 acres is high fenced into 3 different pastures. A 200 acre trap
with approx. 70 acres of open pasture, a 35 acre breeding pen with a 2 acre food plot,
and a 300 acre trap with the lake.
EASEMENTS: Mineral easements and access easement for south neighbor.
If you want a high fenced ranch, Oklahoma is THE place to do it. Their system of governing high fence operations is very straight forward and simple, and you can hunt year round!
This 600 +/- acre ranch was originally high fenced in approximately 2008, and has excellent topographical diversity and a LOT of water. Inside the 30 acre breeding pen, there are 20 introduced does and 10 HIGH END, introduced bucks, as well as about 25+/- of their offspring. Outside of the breeding pen, there are 12 native does and 15 native bucks, as well as a cow elk and additional ear tagged introduced deer. Details on the blood lines of all of the introduced deer are available.
The fence is 8’ tall with dig-proof wire under ground. There are no hogs inside the high fence. A government trapper works to insure that any predators that find their way inside the high fence, are quickly eliminated. All places where water crosses the fence, have culverts with wire covers, so there is no worry of water gaps hanging open and deer escaping.
The 6.5 acre lake is extremely healthy, with a great population of Florida Bass, Red Ear Pearch, and Channel Catfish. Great water clarity and a water level that varies very little throughout the year. The lake is fed by two creeks with multiple springs. The lake has tons of shoreline and character and is a winter haven to ducks of the central flyway.
Over looking the lake is a park like setting of mature oak and pecan trees. A water well and electrical meter provide the utilities to two identical travel trailers for overnight stays, as well as a shed for protection of ATV’s, mowers, etc. This is a phenomenal place to build a lodge or house.
You will have a hard time trying to find a more diverse, functional, and beautiful place as this. For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Jared Groce at 940-390-0081
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