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Rare location in Sportsman's paradise!! Cabin tucked inside Shirey Bay Rainey Brake WMA. Privacy fence stretching the length of the county road frontage and just 300 yards from the WMA Headquarters. WMA bordered on 3 sides making for a big 'backyard'. The property boasts many important details such as city water, electric, gas-log fireplace, as well as a 30x30 shop. It's the perfect setup for anyone consumed with the outdoors..
The WMA consists of approx. 11,300 acres and is divided by the Black River. Approximately 3,000 is on the east side of the Black River. The remaining 8,000-plus acres are directly across Black River to the west near the community of Lynn in Lawrence County. The western edge of the WMA is in the Ozark Foothills region, but most of the acreage is bottomland hardwood forest. More than 1,000 acres of old field systems add an open land component. Over half the area is subject to overflow by the Black River.
Over 3,000 acres of green tree reservoir attracts many ducks and provides some of the finest timber hunting opportunity in the state. Squirrel hunting is very popular on the area and is second only to duck & deer hunting with regards to hunter participation. Deer hunting is limited to archery/crossbow and to a youth modern gun hunt and muzzleloader season by limited permit. A huntable population of turkeys is found on the area as well.