WB Stagecoach Ranch was established in 2004 by Bill and Karen Bean.
Many breeds of wildlife can be seen on the ranch including whitetail deer, hogs, turkeys, coyotes, bobcats, armadillos, and a large variety of birds. In 2008, the Beans introduced several different species of exotics such as Scimitar-Horned Oryx, Blackbuck Antelope, Axis Deer, Fallow Deer & Red Deer.
The ranch sits on 1100 acres in Duval County between George West and Freer in South Texas. The entrance is approximately
3.7 miles south of FM624 on FM 59. (View Map). There are over 15 protein and corn
feeders on the ranch and eleven tower stands with 360o views.
Fishing and trapping are also abundant on the ranch.The fully stocked pond is just under 1/2 acre and the outside fence has snares strategically placed to trap nuisance species such as racoons and coyotes