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Flower Ranch north of Ozona #5017902 03/12/14 05:55 PM
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Has anyone hunted this ranch? Any opinions?


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Re: Flower Ranch north of Ozona [Re: Desert Coyote] #5018199 03/12/14 09:05 PM
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Never heard of it. Do you know landowner, any other name or names of any neighbors ?

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No. It is supposed to be about three miles north of the 163\137 split north of ozona on 163, west side of the road.


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Re: Flower Ranch north of Ozona [Re: Desert Coyote] #5018897 03/13/14 03:33 AM
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I know the general vicinity, some good deer come from over in that part of the world, lot of goat ranchers over in that part of the world, that area is a hotbed for drilling right now, lot of oilfield traffic everywhere

Re: Flower Ranch north of Ozona [Re: Desert Coyote] #5019357 03/13/14 03:20 PM
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Are you talking about the Twisted Flower Ranch?

Re: Flower Ranch north of Ozona [Re: Desert Coyote] #5019403 03/13/14 03:39 PM
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I have seen monster deer in that area. Looks like a well cared for ranch. Don't know the owner but you are near Howard Draw.

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Sounds like it's close to the 'Powell field' ranch. Some big country out there. Lots of Angora goats too. If you can find a place that hasn't been overgrazed, you'll find some big deer.


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Re: Flower Ranch north of Ozona [Re: Erathkid] #5019904 03/13/14 08:37 PM
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Thanks for the responses. It Is not the twisted flower ranch.

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We hunted there for one year, three years ago. Drilled two wells in that time and rancher ran hounds for varmints at night. Killed a 146 buck there, but deer were spotty. Also runs 600-900 goats. Apparently the hunters after us didn't stay either.

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I must have driven past it the other day. Most of the off-the-wall oilfield traffic seemed to stop, coming south, at Big Lake, but there were still signs of it up to the intersection just north of Ozona.


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Re: Flower Ranch north of Ozona [Re: Creekrunner] #5022725 03/15/14 09:16 PM
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I was concerned abut the goat and oil field traffic. The guy that is running the lease now claims there is no varmint hunting allowed at night.

Also I guess you were saying you thought it was over grazed? Was or did anyone else see or kill any deer up there?


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No, I do not know the owner, but his name is Mr.Forehand.


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He told us the same thing about hounds at night, but we heard and saw them several times during deer season. I believe his place is overgrazed, but we were there during drought of 2011. We killed one other buck in 130s and 5-6 management bucks. I believe the oilfield traffic hurts this place, but you have a chance to kill a good buck. There were several times that no deer were seen on a hunt. Not common for this area. PM me if you want more details

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