Timberland & Hunting tract
This tract is in one of the best, strongest deer population areas in central Arkansas lying in the Mississippi waterfowl flyway. The White River is about 1 mile away and the Cache River is about 2 miles. Some of the river bottoms are less than 1 mile. The main access to the tract is from a well maintained Prairie County road. Also, a White River Levee District levee traverses the tract with a point of access from the levee. Food plots, hardwood timber, slough, and thickets provide excellent wildlife habitat. Interstate 40 is just minutes away... less than and hour from Little Rock and about 1 1/2 hours from Memphis.
77.7+/- acres of mostly hardwood timber, thickets, slough, and several food plot areas.
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Outstanding deer hunting potential
Excellent mix of hardwoods, slough, and food plots
History of great deer hunting with slough for potential duck hunting
Near White River and the river bottoms
Thick and wooly timber comprised of many mature oaks along with providing ample cover and bedding thickets.
In one of Arkansas' best big buck counties
Several areas of bedding thickets to hold mature bucks
Open food plot and meadow areas with wooded areas
Mostly hardwood timber areas
Close to I-40 between Little Rock and Memphis
Convenient access to DeValls Bluff and Biscoe amenities
Well maintained County Road access
Located 1 mile east of the White River and 2 miles west of the Cache river... close to Cache River refuge to the east,west, & south.
Government program opportunities
Taxes: $92/year (2017) (Call Agent for Details)