The sale of the South Texas hunting ranch, which was listed for sale at $54 million, was recently announced by Whitetail Properties, which noted that the transaction was the largest in the company’s history. Hunters from around the world have journeyed to La Bandera, which is situated in Dimmit County not far from the Rio Grande River. This strategic setting and abundant populations of whitetail deer, quail, dove, and duck have earned the property a well-deserved reputation as a destination hunting experience. An extensive wildlife management program has long been in place. La Bandera also boasts a paved and lighted runway, taxi-through hangar, outdoor kitchen, and heated pool and hot tub. La Bandera has its own lagoon, along with seven trophy bass lakes, a clay target range, and a shooting range. Accommodations at La Bandera are spread out over three lodges with 46 bedrooms and numerous amenities.