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Outstanding recreational property located in a proven area for trophy whitetail and phenomenal duck hunting. The area of Raft Creek Bottoms is specifically known for holding up to 20% of the wintering waterfowl in the state of Arkansas. This property is located on a straight line between Bald Knob NWR which is located 5 miles to the north, and Raft Creek Bottoms WMA which it borders to the south. Both of these public use areas are managed by federal and state governments to attract and hold wintering waterfowl. To add to the hunting potential, this property is bordered by large private landowners that strictly manage their land for wildlife. Right at 90 acres of this property flood naturally each year.
This property is close to Georgetown, and right between Des Arc, 18 miles to the south, and Searcy, 20 miles to the north.
(Half of this property is in a 30 year WRP contract that expires 12/31/'32, and the other half is in a permanent WRP contract.)