000 N 3910 Rd, Stuart, Oklahoma, 74570
Catcher Ranch is the perfect blend of ranching and recreation located near Stuart, Oklahoma, directly offsetting the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant in Pittsburg County (Trophy Whitetail Hunters know the McAAP). The Southeast Oklahoma property is an easy 2.5-hour drive from Dallas, 2 hours from Oklahoma City, and only 1.45 hours from Tulsa. NOTE: See documents for additional maps of the ranch.
INVEST IN OKLAHOMA BUY LAND. This unique Oklahoma investment property boasts the opportunity to own 3,233 acres with immense diversity. The dramatic topography of Catcher Ranch gives way to miles of panoramic views revealing nearly 60% tallgrass prairie and 40% mixed hardwoods bisected by two live water creeks. Ideal for holistic cattle and bison production, the nutrient-rich native bunch grasses comprise 1,400± acres of low input, high output grazing. Catcher Ranch has been under an archery-only whitetail management program to produce trophy deer, supported by its adjacency to the McAAP.
Hunters and ranchers alike will enjoy the improvements of this Pittsburg County property. A 40’ x 60’ concrete floor barn makes for a blank slate of opportunities from barndominium to calving barn. An additional 30’ x 70’ dirt floor barn, 12 fenced pastures for rotational grazing, four strategically located sorting pens, a 12-volt cattle scale, and a 40-ton grain silo rounds provide ample amenities for ranching. The ranch is accessible from multiple points along the 5.5 miles of N3910 Road frontage and has an extensive network of established roads and trails.
Abundant, reliable water sources at this Southeastern Oklahoma Ranch support a productive cattle operation and diverse wildlife populations. Water sources include three water wells, four ± miles of Coal Creek, two ± miles of Coon Creek, and over 50 stock tanks and ponds with several over 2-acres stocked with largemouth bass.
Since 1989 McAAP has implemented Oklahoma limited lottery drawn hunts on the 45,000 acres with traditional archery equipment. The 0.5-mile proximity to McAAP has had a tremendous effect on the quality of the local deer herd at Catcher Ranch. Along with Whitetail deer, hunters can take advantage of seasonal hunting of turkey, dove, duck, quail, hog, and varmints throughout the year. Waterfowl hunting and fishing opportunities are readily available.
Expansive rolling pastures give way to dramatic riparian corridors with topography ranging from 880 feet down to 650 feet above sea level. Astute land investors will appreciate the value in the diverse landscape unique to Oklahoma's Catcher Ranch.
The majority of the property for sale is under an easement to protect the conservation values of the ranch; however, unique to Catcher Ranch, this easement is paired with a long-term stewardship endowment. This endowment provides significant funding in perpetuity to pay not only the annual property taxes but enhancements through applications of invasive weed control, prescribed fire, feral hog management, and even infrastructure improvements to roads as well as fences.
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