The ranch is located between Uvalde and La Pryor and lies three miles east of US Highway 83. Access to the property is via County Road 4018 which dead ends at the entrance to the Myane Ranch.
The crystal clear Nueces River flows for three miles along the western boundary of the ranch. The river’s shallow and deep water combination offers excellent bass, catfish and perch fishing. During wet years, the river flows strong and swift with many wide, long and deep water holes - ideal for water sports such as boating, tubing, kayaking and swimming.
There are six water wells on the ranch. Three wells are outfitted with electric submersible pumps, two wells are equipped with solar submersible pumps, and one well is equipped with windmill. A neighbor’s windmill is located near the south boundary line and furnishes water to a water trough on the Myane Ranch.
There are twelve tanks located throughout the ranch that furnish water for livestock and wildlife. All tanks are located in areas where there is ample drainage from rain water to fill each pond. Two ponds located near the headquarters are equipped to be filled from the Nueces River with a new electric irrigation pump. Pump flow is 400 to 500 gallons per minute. Three other tanks may be filled from nearby water wells.
The two story lodge was completely remodeled in 2011. The lodge is designed to entertain large groups. The first level has two bedrooms, two bath rooms, kitchen and a large dining and living area. The second story has a large kitchen, open living area, game room, two bedrooms and two baths. All of the appliances are new. There are two central heating and A/C units. An alarm system was recently installed. The yard is enclosed by a new chain link fence.
A new open area garage has been constructed to accommodate high seat hunting vehicles. A second carport has parking for two vehicles.
Additional improvements include 2 barns, a set of working pens, a 12-ton overhead grain bin, 5 all-steel hunting blinds, five 2000 lb. protein feeders, six 400 lb. timer-control game feeders.
The original barn is located east of the headquarters. The barn has ½ bath. The barn is used to store feed, ranch equipment and supplies. A set of all metal pens is located adjacent to the barn. The barn is surrounded by a ten acre field.
The second all metal barn is located south of the headquarters. A new deer processing facility is nearby with walk-in cooler.
The ranch is accessible with miles of interior roads. The main entrance road has been upgraded with crushed limestone. The interior road system has been upgraded with caliche and inter-connects so that all areas of the ranch are accessible via 2 wheel drive vehicle.
A new perimeter game fence encloses the entire ranch. A new interior game fence encloses the Triangle Pasture. (See Topo Map) This new pasture has been stocked with a select deer herd that has outstanding genetics.
A new 48” interior fence divides the ranch into two pastures so the land owner may rotate cattle between pastures.
There is an excellent mixture of high protein South Texas brush, forbes and high protein grasses throughout the ranch. Predominant brush include guajillo, black brush, white brush, persimmon, iron wood, purple sage and other high protein wooded plants that are indigenous to South Texas.
Primary tree cover is Live Oak, Pecan, Hackberry and Bull Mesquite.
Desirable grasses include Texas culp grass, plain bristle grass, K.R. bluestem, silver bluestem, drop seed and fall switch grass.
This unique South Texas ranch could easily be described as one of the best recreational ranches for sale in Texas.
An intensive game management program is in place. Two hundred and six large whitetail bucks and does with proven genetics have been transferred to the Triangle Pasture.
Thirty big whitetail bucks were turned loose on the remainder of the ranch in 2011. A set of breeding pens are stocked with whitetail does bred to X-Factor. There is an abundant supply of wild turkey, bobwhite quail, blue quail and dove on the ranch.
The ranch was stocked with Trophy European Red Stag, Blackbuck Antelope, Axis Deer, and Oryx in 2011.
All minerals and executive rights owned will be conveyed with the sale and purchase of the ranch. The present owner believes he owns 1/6th of the minerals on one-half of the ranch and 1/8th mineral interest on the remaining half of the per acre based on 1-d-1 agriculture use valuation
The ranch is surrounded by good neighbors. The neighbor to the South owns 2,600 +/- acres, two neighbors to the North own approximately 1,100 acres each, and the neighbor to the east owns 5,000+ acres. The Nueces River bounds the west boundary for three miles. There are two fields suitable to plant small grain. The largest field is approximately thirty acres and the second field is about ten acres and is located at the barn and metal pens.
There is a beneficial road easement that begins at the east boundary of the ranch and intersects highway 57 about ten miles east of the ranch. This easement road comes in handy when there is a major flood on the Nueces River.
Electric security gates are located at the entrance to the ranch. A new concrete river crossing has been completed across the Nueces River.
The ownership of the Myane Ranch has spent hundreds of thousands dollars on ranch improvements and trophy whitetail deer. This is truly an outstanding recreation ranch.