Lawrence Co. GTR
The most desired method of hunting ducks in Arkansas is in flooded timber. Availability, water control, crowds and finances are just some of the many challenges associated with being able to lean against a tree and talk birds down through the branches. The Lawrence County GTR is free of crowds, has water control structures and a plumbed relift system and is as easy on the pocket book as you'll find in a place with all the right pieces of the puzzle.
Situated just West of Alicia, AR in Lawrence County puts this 120 acre tract south of Shirey Bay Rainey Brake WMA and in the middle of hundreds of acres of rice ground. There is also a small tract of Rainey Brake adjoining the property but cut off from the public, effectively increasing your elbow room.
A storage container out by the county road conveys with the property and helps make hunting the property a breeze. Pull in, get your gear out of storage and ride to the property via the deeded easement. There are currently two timber holes and short trails leading from the levee to each...we took a side by side in but you can easily walk or boat if you'd rather.
Don't underestimate the deer hunting in the area either. There were several good rubs observed and the bucks grow big in this part of the world.
Look all the information over and give us a shout if you are in the market for a great waterfowl and whitetail situation.