Ask Luke Cullins
This 80 acre tract is in an outstanding location for both trophy deer, and flooded timber duck hunting. In addition to the 3/4 mile of Cache NWR frontage, it is literally within feet of the Cache River channel. If you're looking for your Cache River bottomland timber duck hunting spot, this one is worth a look. 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 are multiple giant bottomland hardwood trees on the property as well.
(There is Cache River access only on this tract with the nearest improved boat launch located just over 1/4 mile.)