Come join us for a experience of a life time.
Graham, Texas (PRWEB) April 14, 2011
Among Texas hunting ranches, Walker-Buckler River Ranch stands tall. HAH, LP recently completed purchase of a large stake in this working ranch, with the aim of helping keep the ranch within the same family that's held it since the 1920s. With 23,000 contiguous acres, including 15 miles of river frontage, hunters will find the ranch teaming with all kinds of game -- white tail deer, turkey, feral hogs, quail, dove and varmint – and fully stocked fishing spots. Outdoor travelers to Texas have a new playground, offering Texas’ finest open range hunting.
The Walker-Buckler River Ranch offers a variety of guided hunting packages. Ranging from luxurious multiday hunts to one-day excursions, they are perfect for hunters who want to get the most out of their outdoor vacation. Stalk white-tailed deer, varmints or turkey over three days and get help with a trophy from a fine local taxidermist. Or hunters can spend a day hunt targeting wild hogs.
Soon, Walker-Buckler Ranch will offer a unique experience hearkening back to the history of Texas hunting ranches, an authentic Old West Hunt. Hunters can fully experience the rich history of this matchless place by embracing hunting methods from the distant past. Using a lever action rifle with an iron site, either on horseback or on foot, pit hunters’ instincts and skills against a trophy buck. The guides and camp cooks will field dress and transport a prized deer back from the hunt. Historic even by the standards of Texas hunting ranches, the land is steeped in history. This historic ranch has seen the likes of Wyatt Earp, John H. 'Doc" Holiday, "Bat" Masterson,John Wesley Hardin, John Selman, "Big Nose" Kate Elder and Lottie Deno ("The Poker Queen") as they passed through on their way to nearby Fort Griffin.
Hunters can enjoy this newest Texas hunting ranch because of a unique arrangement between HAH and the family of Breckenridge Stephens Walker, an accomplished businessman and visionary. HAH will be using the property as a source of oil, gas and minerals, but are committed to creating the best of Texas hunting ranches.
For more information, visit http://www.walker-buckler.com/
Stephen G. Hillmer