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Why You'll Love It
The Concordia Rod and Gun Club rightfully holds the reputation as the finest hunting club along the Mississippi River. The pristine grounds offer 6,200 acres of year-round outdoor activities, including but not limited to trophy deer, duck, turkey, dove, hog and small game hunting, fishing on a 315 acre oxbow lake, horse riding, playing on the sandbar and enjoying over five miles of Mississippi River frontage.
Over the Levee and through the wrought iron Concordia gate and enter the magnificent Mississippi Hardwood Bottom known as Concordia Island. The gravel drive meanders past giant ancient oak trees, skeet and trap field, one thousand yard airstrip, thirty acres of dove fields, and to the center of the island where the shade from the old forest opens up to manicured fields and a village of private custom cypress cabins and elegant homes. An approximately 30 acre planted duck hole attracts migrators down the Mississippi Flyway. The topography, landscapes, and ecosystems vary greatly across the 6,200 acres. Ancient pecan orchard, 100 year old homesteads, cottonwood forests, and rolling prairie reminiscent of Africa to name a few.
Concordia was established on July 30, 1982 and is currently made up of 16 total shares owned by just 9 families. 1,600 acres has been enrolled in the Wetland Reserve Program (WRP), and the remaining 4,600 acres is unencumbered. A full time caretaker of sixteen years resides on site at the manager’s residence and shop with all farm and maintenance equipment to keep the island in pristine condition 365 days a year.
Cabins are generously spaced along the drive and picturesquely situated amid the giant hardwoods. Each cabin is of cypress construction and individually owned. Each share is provided with a building lot. The club is also equipped with a game care center including a cleaning station, walk-in cooler, camp map, and recreational vehicle wash area. A game processor is onsite during the hunting seasons to dress your harvest the minute it is brought in from the woods. Continuing past the cabins, leave your horses delighted in the state of the art stable and large fenced pasture. The extensive interior road system allows for year-round enjoyment and easy transportation to almost anywhere on the island.
Concordia is not only a five-star getaway for members and guests, it is a five-star habitat for Big River bucks. Concordia has been extensively managed over the years and currently names Steve Demarais as its wildlife biologist. The annual wildlife plots cover 220 acres of the island and are rotated between soybeans, alfalfa, clover, and winter wheat. Most of the plots are strategically equipped with box or ladder stands. The club has proudly harvested deer in excess of 170 gross inches for eight consecutive years, with the largest whitetail buck grossing 207 inches, and the second largest grossing 196 inches. The proven high-end whitetail deer on Concordia Island can be attributed to habitat management as well as minimal hunting pressure: only nine families own the sixteen shares of Concordia, and about six members are serious deer hunters. Consequently, the herd can grow to their full potential and still allow every member ample opportunities at a trophy whitetail on a yearly basis. Members actively participate in the deer management program; harvesting does, culls, management bucks and a trophy buck each season.
The turkey, hog, duck, and small game hunting is also exceptional on the island. Concordia shares ownership of Old River Lake, which is 315 acres and home to best year-round fishing you will find. The club also boasts over five miles of Mississippi River Frontage with a large sandbar for all your fishing and summertime recreational needs. The Mississippi River frontage offers great areas for monster catfishing or taking the kids on an overnight camping trip.
The extensive interior road system allows for year-round enjoyment and easy transportation to almost anywhere on the island. The nearest town is Gunnison, Mississippi. Concordia is located 108 miles southwest of Memphis, Tennessee, 140 miles northwest of Jackson, Mississippi, 169 miles southeast of Little Rock, Arkansas, 280 miles northwest of Birmingham, Alabama, 320 miles north of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and 426 miles west of Atlanta, Georgia.
Partly in Mississippi and partly in Arkansas
|Farms & Ranches||Farmland, Barn/Shed/Outbuilding, Wetlands Reserve Program, Crop Production|
|Hunting, Fishing & Recreation||Wildlife Food Plot, Camping, ATVing, Boating, Canoeing/Kayaking, Silent Sports/Nature, Whitetail Deer, Waterfowl, Turkey, Upland Game, Fishing, Equestrian, Bear, River/Creek/Stream, Lake/Pond|
|Homes, Cabins, Acreages & Lots||Vacant Land, Waterfront|
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From Highway 1 take 32 West to continue on Bobo Road and over the levee.