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Jackson County, ArkansasThis tract, located just south of Beedeville, offers income production and recreational value. This area is well known for the massive amount of ducks that populate the region during the winter months. This farm is only a couple miles east of the Cache River and couple miles west of Bayou DeView. Having hunting ground positioned between these 2 major flyways gives one the ability to catch the waterfowl feeding and traveling back and forth. With a well on the west side of the property, you can guarantee water and suitable habitat for the waterfowl. This spot has all the80± acres$300,000
Woodruff County, ArkansasThis 40 acre tract is in an outstanding location for both trophy deer, and flooded timber duck hunting. This tract has 1/4 of a mile of Cache NWR frontage, and is literally within feet of the Cache River channel. This property has a rich hunting history as there are duck blinds from years past that are strategically located on the property, and at least two timber holes already in place. (There is Cache River access only on this tract with the nearest improved boat launch located just over 1/2 mile.)40± acres$148,000
Woodruff County, ArkansasThe Black Swamp lodge, located less than 1 mile from Rex Hancock Road, will get you as close as you can to this well renowned and famous area in Arkansas duck hunting history. With living space just shy of 3,000 sq.ft., you will enjoy a huge great room with a large fireplace along with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The impressive pecky cypress planks wrapping the interior of the place is a rare find due to the expense and scarcity of this wood today. The large glass windows lining the east wall of the great room1.66± acres$225,000
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