Fisher County, Texas

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Fisher County, Texas

Fisher County land features rolling prairie land with mesquites, red sandy loam soils that drain to the forks of the Brazos River. Local economy consists of agribusiness, hunting, and gypsum.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $1M
Lowest Price $265K
Highest Price $3.4M
Total Listings 7
Avg. Price/SQFT $211

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Where is Fisher County, Texas?

  • Fisher County is on U.S. Highway 180 west of Abilene in the Rolling Plains region of central West Texas. The county is bordered on the north by Kent and Stonewall counties, on the east by Jones County, on the south by Nolan County, and on the west by Scurry County. Its center point is 32°45' north latitude and 100°23' west longitude. Roby is the county seat; Rotan, the county's largest town, is 225 miles west of Dallas, 65 miles northwest of Abilene and 125 miles southeast of Lubbock.
  • In addition to U.S. 180 the county's transportation needs are served by State highways 70 and 92. Fisher County covers 897 square miles of grassy, rolling prairies. The elevation ranges from 1,800 to 2,400 feet. The northern third of the county is drained by the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River, and the southern two-thirds is drained by the Clear Fork of the Brazos.

Adjacent Counties

  • Stonewall County (north)
  • Jones County (east)
  • Nolan County (south)
  • Scurry County (west)
  • Kent County (northwest)
  • Taylor County (southeast)

Sites and Attractions in Fisher County 

  • The largest ancestry groups are English, Irish, and Hispanic. Moore, West Moore, and Plasterco lakes and the Brazos River are popular with fishermen, and the county also attracts numerous dove and quail hunters. A stock show and a fair in October are among the prime tourist attractions.
  • There's so much to do  at Plasterco Lake that you need to camp here for a while, Hamlin City Park is a fine location for that. If you're visiting Plasterco Lake from Mc Caulley, you won't be the only one, and Plasterco Lake is magnificent enough to spend more than a day at, South Park is a magnificent local campground.

Farming and Ranching in Fisher County

  • Soils range from red to brown, with loamy surface layers and clayey or loamy subsoils. Between 51 percent and 60 percent of the land in the county is considered prime farmland. The vegetation, typical of the Rolling Prairies, features medium-height to tall grasses, mesquite, and cacti. Cedar, cottonwood, and pecan trees also grow along streams.
  • The climate is subtropical and subhumid, with cool winters and hot summers. Temperatures range in January from an average low of 28° F to an average high of 56°, and in July from 70° to 96°. The average annual rainfall measures twenty-two inches, and the average relative humidity is 73 percent at 6 A.M. and 40 percent at 6 P.M. The average annual snowfall is five inches. The growing season averages 222 days, with the last freeze in early April and the first freeze in early November.

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