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The Broken Skull Ranch

The Broken Skull Ranch…What is it? Well, here’s the story…Straight from the horses mouth. Growing up as a lifelong hunter, it has always been one of my dreams to own a ranch. After a lifetime of hunting the great state of Texas, I knew I wanted to be in the South Texas region…The brush country. Big buck country. Some of the toughest terrain you can find. Where everything that grows will cut you, stick you, or hurt you. But, also…Much of what grows is high protein. High protein means big antlers…Well, as long as you have good genetics and let the deer get old. But, anyway…Back to the story…

In the fall of 2006 I hunted in McMullen County, Texas. I knew this was where I wanted to be. After spending the previous 11 years in Frio and LaSalle County (both of which are outstanding trophy whitetail deer counties), I was ready to relocate to an area that had a little less traffic and lived a slower pace lifestyle…But also had great deer. I was looking for between 2000-2500 acres. Although I was in Los Angeles, CA working(I also live there), I had a friend with his eyes and ears open for the perfect place. Almost immediately I got the call. 2000 acres right outside of a town by the name of Tilden. With Nueces River frontage, various terrain changes, and a secluded address, I decided to fly down and check it out myself. It was everything I had envisioned. Thick, dense, brush country with several terrain changes you wouldn’t expect on a typical South Texas ranch. Five water ponds, a Carrizo water well (underground water source), two doublewides, two barns, and a great existing deer stand layout were definite plusses for a great start. Here’s where we get to the bottom line…And in future posts I can bring you up to speed with more details…

I bought the ranch. Mission accomplished. Dream realized. But now I have to come up with a cool name for the ranch….I mean…I am cool…So after much deliberation, and a few beers, I came up with…BROKEN SKULL RANCH. Hey, I had to break my skull to buy this place. I wanted the name to be a reflection of a dream realized that was made possible by my lifelong passion and love for the business of professional wrestling. So, here I am…Writing this for you to read…at THE BROKEN SKULL RANCH. Welcome, pardner…