Teupell Unit 2B Ranch, Rio Arriba County +/- 97 Acres
With close to15 years of brokering quality hunting properties in Southern Colorado and New Mexico, this is the very first Unit 2B holding I?ve had the pleasure of marketing. Private holdings hardly exist in this unit, and those that do don?t usually come on the market. Known as New Mexico?s most coveted Trophy Mule Deer Unit, Unit 2B is one of the most sought after mule deer tags in the nation. The ranch inholding is tucked into Ruben Canyon in the Jicarilla West Ranger district of the Carson National Forest. The Jicarilla West District of the Carson National Forest borders the Jicarilla Apache Reservation on the west side and is accessed by national forest maintained roads. Teupell Ranch has been a family holding for many years and has been the long-standing base camp and honey hole for annual elk and mule deer hunts. The property has historically drawn 3 landowner buck tags annually and one elk tag (every other year). The 6x7 trophy mule deer featured and other heads including the 6x6 bull elk, all harvested from the ranch. Every year, Unit 2B places several mule deer in the Record Book. Bear, Merriam turkeys, bobcat, lion and coyote frequent the ranch and are in the immediate area as well.
In 2010 the ranch owner, who is a contractor, built a custom home with a loft. The +/- 1600 sq. ft. concrete construction has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath cabin with ultimate security in mind. The cabin is constructed such that there has never been a mouse in the home. Metal shudders and double-locking doors keep both four-legged and two-legged varmits honest, with no history of vandalism to the property. The ranch is totally off-grid and has operates with a portable generator for power and hauled water for the fully-plumbed kitchen, bath and septic. A solar system for home and a well for water would be a good addition should the buyer desire.
With hundreds of miles of adjoining BLM roads and the Carson National Forest in any direction from the cabin, the recreation in the area is endless. Checking trail cams, exploring water holes, glassing the game on Sims and Caracas Mesas creates lots of fun for the entire family. The boat ramp on the 29-mile long Navajo Lake provides excellent fishing for northern pike, kokanee salmon, small mouth.
A short 45 minutes away and you can work your fly rod on the 6-miles of the San Juan quality waters, said to be some of the finest trophy trout fishing in North America, with fish counts up to 30,000 per mile. Farmington Regional Airport is about 90 minutes, Durango approximately 2 hours and the Albuquerque drive is +/- 3 hours.
With mule deer tags the quality that this unit provides taking up to 20 years to draw, and most hunting ranches averaging over $2 million, how do you compare the Teupell Unit 2B Ranch? If annual tags in a trophy mule deer unit every year and owning your very own hunting land investment is important, call or email today for more information or a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
Hwy 64 Northern NM Runs E/W off of Hwy 64 approximately 18 miles W of Dulce is Carson National Forest (just after leaves Roosevelt).310 North for 1.5 miles. 1st left 310L, goes S for 3/4 mile to ranch. Gated. Contact Listing Agent for access
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