**This page is an advertisement only. All contact information & location is found at the bottom of page.**
BUCK HOLLOW RANCH in Pocahontas, Arkansas is unequaled in it’s management procedures and in the quality of animals that call Buck Hollow home. Trophy Elk and Whitetail Deer, as well as mature Wild Turkeys are a testament to the stringent care and management that takes place every day at Buck Hollow Ranch.
The ranch is the lifelong dream of ranch owners, Tom & Ronda Baker. Purchased in 1994, the ranch now consists of 2600 acres of prime wildlife habitat and is licensed by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission as a Commercial Hunting Resort Facility. Creek bottoms, wooded ridges, and open fields scattered throughout the property are all vital and contributing factors to the balanced wildlife habitat found on the ranch. Owner Tom Baker and Ranch Manager Keith Futrell have spared no labor or attention to detail in the management procedures at Buck Hollow Ranch.
FAIR CHASE HUNTING ONLY!
All game animals are wild, born on the ranch and all hunts are fair chase. The animals are also completely free-ranging and never handled, baited, or penned. All hunts are guided, however, due to the fact that these truly are wild animals, success cannot be guaranteed.
If fishing is more your style, the beautiful setting of Misty Lake is sure to please. The lake is about 40 acres at normal stages but can grow to nearly 200 acres during wet weather. Bass, Bream, Catfish and Crappie can all be caught in the lake.
Buck Hollow Ranch also offers an annual fall trail ride. Photography and eco-tours are also available by appointment. The ranch is home to nearly 400 species of flowers.
Due to the high volume of calls received, Buck Hollow Ranch asks that calls be limited to serious inquiries only.
**This page is an advertisement only. All contact information & location is found below.**
Tom & Ronda Baker
For all reservations please call:
11888 HIGHWAY 251
POCAHONTAS, AR 72455
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