Ross Studer

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About Ross

Ross Studer is a San Antonio native and was raised with the family traditions of hunting and land stewardship. As a 6th generation Texan and avid outdoorsman, his appreciation for the outdoors and all that Texas has to offer began early for Ross. He has gained an extensive knowledge of ranching operations while helping his family and friends manage ranches and leases in various regions of Texas. His active involvement in ranching and wildlife management includes the stewarding of both native and exotic wildlife. Ross’ early career has included guiding hunts from Texas to southern and central Africa. Ross is actively involved with Texas Wildlife Association, Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation and a board member of the August Heart Foundation. He received his bachelors degree in Marketing from The University of Mississippi. Ross resides in his hometown of San Antonio, Texas with his wife Chase Studer. Ross is licensed in Texas.

1. What other areas of expertise do you have that can help your clients?

I am able to assist my clients with the steps needed in order to add value to the land from a habitat restoration,  structural improvements, water feature and wildlife management standpoint.

2. What are some hobbies you enjoy doing in your spare time?

My hobbies really stem from my core passion for conservation and the time spent with family and friends in the outdoors. Some of those hobbies include hunting, bay fishing, hiking the state and national parks of Texas, working our bird and gun dogs and cooking up a meal for family and friends to gather.

3. What is your go-to travel spot?

Outside the hunting and fishing world, it would be hiking and spending time with my wife in far West Texas.

4. Do you have a favorite “off the beaten path” restaurant when you’re on the road? 

If you happen to be passing through or bird shooting in Hondo, TX, you have to try a little hole in the wall called Olivia’s Mexican Food Restaurant. Their greasy beef enchilada plate is up there with the best! I’d recommend a siesta after.

5. What is your proudest moment or favorite memory while working with Republic Ranches?

It is hard to say there is an absolute favorite memory… However, my favorite memories are the phone calls I have received, months or years after the sale, when a client has an exciting story to tell and expresses their appreciation for the land and Republic Ranches’ assistance in making it happen.

6. What’s a motto you live by?

“Success in life is measured by the number of campfires you experience with family and friends.” -Stan Studer Sr.