Thurman Rogers Flats Cane Creek Bottoms Hunting Green Timber at Lebanon
220 +- ac property remarkable for its abundance of wild game for hunting. There are quail on the property which are rarely seen now in White County, large whitetail deer and turkey show active signs. Ducks are using naturally flooded large timber holes on Cane Creek. improved wildlife habitat, food plots and trails provide excellent access to hunt all parts of the property. Minutes from Searcy, close to Little Rock, 125 miles from Memphis. Good paved county-maintained road access with all utilities. Minimal improvements needed to turn turn this tract into a premium hunting and fishing club. Many ideal sites on high ground for a home, hunting lodge, storage building, cabins, or camp sites.
220 +/- acres timber with naturally flooding timber along Cane Creek. Natural green timber openings flood to wader depths filled with smartweed. UTV roads and shooting lanes for deer established on property. No improvements for duck hunting have been made to the property. Property has been leased and managed by deer hunters.
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220 +/- acres timber with naturally flooding timber along Cane Creek. Natural green timber openings flood to wader depths filled with smartweed. UTV roads, food plots and shooting lanes for deer established on property. No improvements for duck hunting have been made to the property. Property has been leased from the owners and managed by deer hunters for many years.
Level high timber along paved county road with utilities. Property drops to the east into the Cane Creek Bottoms which naturally floods green timber with openings along the creek. Various types of timber are separated by a good existing system of roads, trails, openings, and food plots. Part of the property used to be planted in corn and also sustained a large garden plot. Sweet gum trees are taking these previously cultivated areas over but could be cleared to replant these areas.
Timber setting with views of Cane Creek to the East. Views of open fields with older commercial fish ponds to the West.
Current investment value in current hunting lease income. Future investment income in Timber.
Best use is likely improving property into a premium hunting and fishing club. Other good use would be for a secluded rural home site for a large family or extended and multigenerational families wanting to all build and live together on the same property.
Many recreational opportunities are available on this property to include: ATV / UTV riding, Hunting, Wildlife Watching, Equestrian, Raising farm animals, Fishing, Hiking and exploring the woods and curving Creek bed. Wild persimmon and Muscadines grow on the property.
The topography is generally high level ground that gently slopes into the Cane Creek Bottoms. Some natural open pond like areas hold water during and after Cane Creek flooding on the far East side of the property.
Current improvements are an excellent system of interconnected roads and trails with openings and shooting lanes including areas for food plots. There are 3 good access points off of Paved Lebanon Road. The property is posted against public hunting and perimeter flagged on trees with some metal stake markers.
Cane Creek retains water year round. City water is available at the road, as are other utilities.
This property is an easy 10-15 minute drive from Searcy. Easy commute into Little Rock on HWY 67/167. Good access to medical facilities, Walmart, Lowes, Grocery Stores, Gas Stations, Dollar General Store, Local Schools and Restaurants.
Great property to easily hunt and enjoy on a work day in the morning or afternoon. Easily spend full week-ends with your family enjoying the property. Great location for a get away cabin or lodge with storage building for all your toys and equipment.
Small woodland pond on South property line - see USGS Topo map layer for location.
In addition to Cane Creek - another seasonal un-named creeks bring water onto the property from the West flowing into Cane Creek to the East. Reference USGS Topo layer in Map View.
For an interesting historical article mention of the property from the 1940's click on PROPERTY DOCUMENTS (1) Historical Note
Estimated Income: (Call Agent for Details)
Taxes: $200/year (2017)