Big Buck River Ranch
Big Buck Creek is a beautiful and secluded 126-acre property located just ten minutes southwest of Holdenville, Oklahoma. This property has a documented history of producing trophy bucks. The owner has provided us with video and several pictures of the quality bucks that have been harvested on the property. Carefully managed and maintained, this property offers a discerning buyer an opportunity to acquire a ranch that's not only capable of producing trophy bucks, but also features a stretch of beautiful Little River.
As you enter the property from the east, you'll come down a nice gravel road that allows for easy access to the ranch as it winds around to the north. On the way in, there's a well-maintained drainage that with a little closer inspection reveals a beautiful high-rimmed spring fed creek that features a small waterfall. We think this would be a great location for a new lake with the addition of a relatively short dam. This area is just one of many of the travel corridors the whitetail bucks are likely using to move about the ranch, but moving up and into the grassier areas it's clear that the whole property is a travel corridor for wildlife.
The owner has taken special care to eliminate as much pressure as possible on the wildlife here, using a yearly rotational hunting schedule to leave as much as 75% of the ranch undisturbed during the season to ensure that the genetics on display at this property stay here. This, combined with the abundance of water and browse on the property have resulted in yearly bucks that anyone would be proud to put on the wall. In short, this property has no shortage of whitetails and they seem to be settled in comfortably with no signs of leaving.
Another stunning aspect of this property is the almost 2200 feet of Little River that runs across the northwest boundary. In addition to its natural beauty and obvious recreational uses, this waterway provides wildlife on the property a continuous source of fresh water. Water is something we find more and more buyers are looking for and Big Buck Creek has it in droves. An example of water being put to use on the property would be the timber-laden slough that sits hidden near the center of the property. This area, surrounded by oaks and some evergreens, has attracted ducks for years and with some modifications the future owner could enjoy years of excellent waterfowl hunting.
For those looking to build, water and electric are on property and there are several nice homesite locations. Land Doctors construction is always ready should you need help with your building project. Big Buck Creek represents a chance to purchase a property that is turnkey-ready for a whitetail enthusiast as well as an opportunity to build a dream home on a property that feels much larger than the 126 acres it features. For more information, call Sean Childress at 580 320-5791.