Ask Will Hardin
Although there are all kinds of duck hunting properties, one that requires very little, if any, cost or work to "make" the ducks use it is very hard to beat. That's the case with The Mingo Creek Duck Camp. Big Mingo Creek runs right through the heart of this tract and when it hits the dam that the beavers have worked on for years, it spreads out creating a very attractive display of open water and vegetation that migrating ducks love. While you could do several things to manage the water, the food and the access to your favorite holes, its not necessary for killing ducks. They like the place as is and especially on dry years. Having water and appealing food has never been a struggle for this property and that has made for consistent hunting.
There has been many improvements made to the property such as roads, an additional pond and a cabin. The Cabin has power and water but doesn't rely on utility companies. It's an off grid gem with solar panels, generator and rainwater capture system.
Being finished out as nice as it is with kitchen, bathroom and two lofts, it's perfect to pop in to get some lunch and a nap after a good hunt or for spending several days and nights at the property.
Access is perfect with a gated easement from the south and county road frontage on the north. Looking at the map you'll notice this place is right in between Hurricane and Bald Knob Refuge. Private land owners occupy all the land on Big Mingo south of 64 until it hits Bald Knob Refuge on the Little Red River making it an exclusive club belonging to a few that cater to waterfowl.
We invite you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to own and enjoy this very accommodating piece of natural waterfowl habitat.