Duck Hunting Timber Paradise In Arkansas

Description

If you are looking to build a duck hunting timber paradise with multiple blind sites on your own land adjacent to 10000+ acres of public duck hunting, then this is the place. The property is located within the levees of the St Francis River Sunken Land WMA between Lake City and Paragould Arkansas.  The property borders the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission on two sides and is accessible only by a gated levee road maintained by the St Francis Levee District or boat access provided by the nearby public launch just north on the AGFC property.  The property is located close to a public boat ramp off County Road 932.  The area is well known to produce large whitetail deer and numerous ducks migrating along the St Francis River each winter.  This area is located within the only flooded bottomland hardwood forest for miles around. This prime recreational property adjoins the St. Francis Sunken Lands Wildlife Management Area on the northern side near the communities of Schug and Dixie. The Sunken Lands cover in excess of 30,000 acres. Waterfowl, deer, squirrel, and rabbit are abundant throughout the area.  Bottomland hardwoods consisting of large mature oak, cypress, and ash are the main species found throughout this property. This property is just 20 miles northeast of Jonesboro and only 13 miles southeast of Paragould.

Property Details

  • Seasonally flooded bottomland hardwood timber located within the St Francis levee system
  • Borders the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission on two sides as part of the St Francis Sunken Land WMA
  • Produces bucks and ducks each winter
  • Accessible by well-maintained gated gravel levee road and boat along the St Francis River
  • Allowed to construct your own private duck holes and blinds adjacent to a very popular public hunting area
  • Mature timber throughout the property can be selectively harvested to create hunting sites and utilizing the logging trails and loading areas if the new owner so chooses
  • Open water areas already provide duck hunting and fishing opportunities on site
  • Unencumbered tracts this size are rare in this area surrounded by both intensive public hunting and private clubs harvesting lots of waterfowl each year
  • The area is undisturbed and has no hunting history by the current owner

Craighead County 999 Road
Dixie, Arkansas 72437