Rancho San Isidro (23,750 acres)
Once a working cattle ranch on part of a 75,000-acre, family-owned property, Rancho San Isidro offers lots of acreage and miles of well-maintained roads. And because hunting has not been allowed on the property for the last 100 years, San Isidro is host to a multitude of large, quality deer with the best possible natural genetics.
Recently at Rancho San Isidro, one hunter was allowed to take one deer. That hunt yielded a 190-class deer. And a very proud hunter.
In addition to multiple ponds and troughs, San Isidro has 2.7 miles of the San Rodrigo river flowing through it. The plentiful water supply makes this ranch a natural attraction for quail, turkey, dove and ducks.
2019/2020 improvements include:
- 200 miles of improved roads
- 32 miles of 8-foot-high perimeter game fence
- 22 planted food plots spread across the ranch
- 30 in-ground water troughs spread across the entire ranch
- 15 bentonite-lined water tanks
- In 2020, three 225-meter water wells were drilled. Three horse power submersible solar pumps along with 8’x40′ solar panel arrays were installed.
- House pad under construction December 2020
- Two miles of San Rodrigo River bank have been cleared and manicured
- December 2020, 3 miles of 8-inch PVC mainline under construction to distribute water across ranch
- 2021 – 150-acre pivot to be installed