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204 acre High Fenced Hunting Ranch in Jacksonville, Texas - Cherokee County
This 204-acre high fence Ranch is located 9 miles northwest of Jacksonville, Texas in Cherokee County on County Road 3311 in the deer infested East Texas piney woods. Aboundant wildlife includes Whitetail Deer, hogs, rabbit, squirrel , duck, dove and other small game and there is a beautiful 5-acre pond is stocked with catfish and various sunfish for that enthusiastic angler. The hunting lodge has a roof covering 9375 square feet and is climate controlled year round with everything it takes to please a hunter after a day of hunting in the beautiful piney woods of East Texas. 3BR 2B with an open Living area. These first class accommodations can also be used for hunters as well as family and friends. There are six deer stands and food plots with corn feeders available to attract deer throughout the hunting season. The ranch also offers a beautiful scenic view from Gray Mountain (located on the ranch) and is considered on of the highest points in Cherokee County. Many hiking and ATV trails for year round enjoyment. There is an older wildlife-breeding house and pens...at one time the 3G's ranch was a whitetail deer breeding ranch, and this operation could be easily started back if the new owners chose to do so. This is a great opportunity for the sportsman looking for a great adventure with both friends and family, alike. If you have been looking for a great hunting ranch with big whitetail deer, please call today to schedule an appointment to see this great hunting property\. Thanks for viewing our property.
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