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White County, ArkansasHighway 64 east out of Bald Knob has long served as a prominent pipeline into the east Arkansas Delta for hunters chasing ducks and trophy whitetails. The first stop along the way for many central Arkansas residents (as well as many out of towners) is Bald Knob NWR and Hurricane WMA. Both well known for the number of waterfowl they hold and the trophy deer that live there. The Cut-off Creek 203 is just 1 mile north of Hurricane WMA on the south side of Hwy 64. Named after the creek that flows through the property for over 1/2 a203± acres$599,000
Phillips County, ArkansasThis property is located just to the north of Helena-West Helena, on top of Crowley's Ridge, and bordering other private land tracts. There are hunting opportunities for trophy deer, turkey, hogs, and small game. There is also an established trail system, and a couple of strategically placed food plots. This property does have mature hardwoods on it as well for a potential return on your investment. Can be purchased with 340 additional acres...see St. Francis Scenic Byway Tract or Caney Creek on Crowleys Ridge (Seller is retaining mineral rights)144± acres$352,000
Prairie County, ArkansasThe Cypress Swamp Drain is approximately 221 acres of WRE in Prairie County, Arkansas just a few minutes southeast of Des Arc. Location (as is normally the case) plays a huge role in the quality and quantity of the wildlife on this property. It's situated directly south of over 1,500 acres of bottomland that drains into a cypress lined canal, for lack of a better term, that winds its way from the northeast corner through the property before exiting near the southwest corner. Deer follow this path as well and find plentiful bedding, food and sanctuary within the221± acres$499,000
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