HUNTING AT WALKING CANE RANCH

At the Walking Cane Ranch you will be hunting on a vast 7,300 acre low fence property with an abundance of white-tailed deer, turkey, wild hogs, varmint, and dove. We offer a variety of box blinds, tree stands, and pop-up blinds located throughout the property to ensure a successful hunt. We invite all hunters to fish in our lakes and ponds stocked with Blue cat, Channel cat, Bass, and Crappie. You will be semi or fully guided throughout your experience.

 

For more information on booking a guided hunt please call our hunting guide, Jacob Boyd, at (682) 429-5761.

WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

The Walking Cane is currently involved in the Managed Lands Deer Permit (MLD) program. This allows us to flexibly manage the white-tailed deer population with extended seasons and flexible bag limits. The MLD program allows us to better manage the genetics of white-tailed deer producing phenomenal bucks in a true sportsman’s low fence environment. Personal hunting license tags are not required to harvest white-tailed deer on a property with an MLD permit, instead deer must be tagged with MLD tags provided by the state.  Please note: You will be required to hold a valid, Texas hunting license.

 

 

PROPERTY

 

Bovine Ovine Pasture

This pasture is 800 acres centrally located on the property and features rolling hills, areas heavily covered in hard woods, creek bottom, food plots, and prickly pear cactus. This pasture boasts a plentiful deer, wild hog, and turkey population. We invite hunters to fish in our ponds stocked with bass and perch.

 

 

 

800 Pasture

The 800 pasture is the largest pasture at 1,400 acres featuring rolling hills, canyons, hard woods, creek bottom, several large stock ponds, and prickly pear cactus. This pastures boasts a plentiful deer and wild hog population along with some turkey along the creek bottom.

 

 

 

New Lake Pasture

The New Lake pasture is 1,100 acres centrally located on the property and features a vast array of wildlife and cover including canyons, sumac, hardwoods, forbs, several large stock ponds, creek bottom, and the Pete’s Pride lake. This pasture boasts a healthy turkey, large white-tailed deer, and wild hog population.  The largest deer can be found in this pasture.

 

 

East Pasture

The East pasture is 1,000 acres featuring open terrain speckled with cedar trees, a few cedar thickets, prickly pear cactus, and natural springs. The thickest cover surrounds  Kelly lake which supports a large population of white-tailed deer, turkey, and hogs.

 

 

East Ward Pasture

The East Ward pasture is 1,100 acres featuring canyons, hard woods, mesquite thickets, creek bottom, food plots, and several ponds found throughout the pasture. The East Ward has the Thompson Canyon, which supports some of the best white-tailed hunting on the property. The southern end is thick with mesquites, cedars, and hardwoods. Throughout the middle it is speckled with new growth mesquites. This pasture boasts a plentiful turkey population.

 

 

 

 

WHAT TO BRING

The Walking Cane Ranch is isolated near Caddo, Texas, 15 miles east of Breckenridge. Please keep this in mind when preparing for your hunting excursion. Breckenridge offers a variety of restaurants and stores catered towards wildlife enthusiasts. Bow hunters are required to have a draw weight of 40+ lbs to harvest white-tailed deer. We suggest hunters bring personal items, insect repellent, coolers, hunting supplies, and ammunition. Hunters are responsible for their own meals. For your convenience, our bunk house has a fully equipped kitchen available.

 

Although you are not required to use your state-issued tags, all sportsmen are required to present a valid, Texas hunting license prior to hunting on the Walking Cane.

DANGERS

Rattlesnakes are abundant on the Walking Cane, with 5 known dens spread throughout the property. Hunters must be cautious when walking throughout the property. Running into a rattlesnake is unlikely, however we suggest you pay attention and listen closely when traveling by foot. Hunters should wear appropriate attire including long pants and boots with thick soles.

 

 

 

 

 

Copperheads can be found throughout the Walking Cane. Hunters must be cautious when walking throughout the property paying attention to wooded, and rocky surroundings. Running into a copperhead is unlikely, however we suggest hunters pay attention when traveling by foot. Hunters should wear appropriate attire including long pants and boots with thick soles.

 

WALKING CANE RANCH

THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE

Physical Address:

16866 HWY 180 E

Caddo, Texas 76429

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Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 100

Caddo, Texas 76429