Ask Luke Cullins
The 427 acre L'Anguille River Bottom Reserve has all the pieces of the puzzle for the sportsman looking for a notable duck hunting tract in Arkansas.
Bordering the renowned Cocoa Slough hunting club to the west, this property features approximately 416 acres of river bottom timber of which about 380 acres floods from the L'Anguille. Portions of this timber are some of the biggest trees the L'Anguille has to offer.
There are a couple of ideal locations for river blinds as well as a 4 acre duck hole that is leveed with water control structure and normally planted in millet.
There are three separate tracts ...283.97 acres m/l (timber), 132.36 acres m/l (mostly timber with food plot openings and a 4 acre duck hole and blind) and 11.17 acres m/l with a large home and pecan grove. Each tract has good access including a launch ramp for the river on the north 283 acres.
This is a special place for duck hunting and trophy deer hunting...a combination thats hard to find for sale, particularly this close to Memphis.
Habitat Land Company is proud to be offering this property to the public and we look forward to showing it to you.
-427.50+- total acres, with 380 acres of flooded timber, on the L'Anguille River bordering Cocoa Slough.
-416.33+- surveyed acres of L'Anguille bottomland timber.
-11.17+- deeded acres with a large home and pecan grove roughly 1 mile to the east of the property.
-Less than 1 hour from Memphis, and around 1 1/2 hours from Little Rock.
-There are 3 deeded easements, North, Central, & South, that allow convenient access to each part of the property.
-The large majority of the timber is bottomland with a slough and the L'Anguille River channel flowing through the property.
-River blinds, timber holes, and a 4 acre flooded field planted in Japanese millet.
-There's a boat launch on the northern section of the property, and many locations provide walk-in access too.
-Beautiful, mature hardwoods with substantial timber value, $1,000,000-$1,200,000, per the owner.
-The woods start to flood when the L'Anguille is at 11'. The pictures show the water level at 13.5' on the Colt gauge of the L'Anguille River.
-A portion of the property has some of the largest timber on the L'Anguille that one of our foresters from the Arkansas State Forestry Commission has seen in recent years. (See pictures.)
-One of the duck holes, planted in Japanese millet, is 4 acres, improved with a levee, water control pipe, and riser.
-380+- acres of timber that floods for duck hunting by the L'Anguille River.
-Borders Cocoa Slough to the west.
-Trophy deer hunting with several deer stands and blinds already in place.
-3 fields / food plots are on the property.