WRP Tract For Topnotch Deer And Turkey Hunting In Bootheel Of Missouri

Description

This WRP tract is located in the Bootheel of Missouri, not far from the Arkansas border. The property has been owned and managed by the same family since 1986 and was enrolled in the WRP program in 1999. Since then it has turned into a wildlife paradise most hunters only dream of controlling. The combination of fertile bottomland tillable that surrounds this farm along with the bedding and habitat improvements that come along with the WRP program make this place a top notch deer and turkey hunting haven. The geographic location of the property and the 100 m/l acres of shallow lakes and easily floodable areas makes this a premium waterfowl destination as well. There are 2 high volume wells, one electric, that can control the number of acres you want to be flooded each season. There are established food plots, deer blinds, a large waterfowl blind and a 4-acre parcel on the north end of the farm left out of the WRP to build a lodge on. Electric is already on site. For security reasons, the access to the farm is purposely limited, but once on the farm, there are miles of well-maintained roads giving easy access to the entire property. This is a great opportunity to own and manage a premium hunting farm for yourself or this would also be a great addition to any top notch outfitting business. There is not much more you could ask for in a deer/duck combination farm. Call today to set up your own private tour.

Property Details

  • 5 miles south of Kennett, MO, 20 minutes east of Paragould, AR, 1 hour 15 minutes south of Cape Girardeau, 1 hour north of Memphis, TN
  • Acres of premium whitetail and waterfowl habitat surrounded by fertile crop fields. This is a great opportunity for an individual or hunting operation to be able to manage the wildlife to your own personal desires
  • 100 m/l acres of shallow lakes and easily floodable impoundment areas. The water levels can be controlled by 2 new high volume wells. One of the wells being an easily maintained and operated electric pump
  • The property lies in between the floodway of the Missouri Bootheel and the Elk Chute Ditch
  • 4-acres on the north side farm were held out of the WRP program, this is a perfect spot for building a lodge, electric and a well is already on this site
  • 5 miles north of Big Lake NWR which is normally exceeds over 200,000 waterfowl species each year during its peak time in January and February; see link for Big Lake
  • Miles and miles of well-maintained roads throughout the farm
  • This is the south parcel of the New Madrid County, Missouri 950 acre listing

CR 711
Kennett, Missouri 63857