Missouri Waterfowl Sweet Spot
The perfect spot: a duck hunting and recreational tract that’s for sale in Henry County, Missouri. There is 112 acres south close to Blairstown, MO, in Henry County, west of Highway O, north of Highway 7, northeast of Urich and northwest of Clinton. The property borders Big Creek on south side and Willow Creek on west side. It sits in a bend of Big Creek and holds a lot of wintering waterfowl. Drive thru a shared gate off a gravel road. On your right before getting to the property is a row crop farm and on left is duck hunting. The property’s western neighbor has access thru this gate and along main levee and has a small warming trailer by the walk bridge. The property has a main east-west levee and then a north-south levee. The northeast section of the property is divided into 4 pools, 2 have duck blinds, and timber area. The south section is divided into 2 pools (with 1 duck blind), timber and a large field with 2 goose pits. The west section has a pool along the north-south levee and timber. Take the walk bridge across Willow Creek to a triangular piece of timber that is bordered on south by Big Creek and north by a small duck hunting piece owned by the neighbors with the easement. There are small and large duck hunting properties all throughout this area. This tract borders Black Duck Club, Stan Kroenke’s duck property. You can see their lodge standing at the north property line. Deer stands are scattered throughout the property. The north side of the property is bordered by another large duck hunting tract. Water is controlled by a number of flapper gates and pipes. Water for pools comes from creek flooding or you can set up your own pump station from the creeks. Deer and turkey are also seen on the property. Tract is about one hour or so from Kansas City area.
Historic Duck Lodge in North Carolina
Historic Knotts Island, NC, duck club “The Flyway” is for sale! Mossy Oak Properties NC Land and Farms is honored to be the exclusive listing agency for such an iconic property. It stretches from the upper reaches of the Currituck Sound on North Landing River, across Marsh Causeway and all the way to Back Bay. It’s +/- 425 acres of fabulous water frontage, income producing agriculture and productive duck marsh. This is the last of the famous Currituck Sound and Back Bay duck clubs that is still privately owned. The 5,500 square foot waterfront lodge is a classic with a rustic interior and unbelievable views. The architecture and construction of the old stable building is amazing. With 11 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a kitchen area upstairs and plenty of room for horses, equipment, storage or entertaining downstairs, the possibilities are endless. Many believe Flyway needs to be preserved for posterity but you certainly cannot overlook the long-term development value of the property because of the vast amount of buildable water frontage it offers just a half mile below the Virginia line. Part of the Flyway property is adjacent to Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge, which holds an abundant number of wintering waterfowl making it a huge benefit to Flyway hunters or birders.
Black Bayou, Saint Francis County, Arkansas
This recreational land for sale near Hughes, Arkansas in Saint Francis County is approximately 300 acres of deer and duck hunting. This property is only 30+ minutes from the Memphis bridge. The property is enrolled in the Wetlands Reserve Program and has many areas for duck hunting including approximately 50 acres of flooded timber. There is a well to flood these areas in dry years and many water control structures throughout the property. The property is bordered on the south by Blackfish Bayou, so access is private and very secure. There is electricity to the property and a small camper trailer will convey in the sale along with a Stealth 4×4 Electric ATV. The property also includes metal tower deer stands and all duck blinds.
Great Hunting Tract, Bowie County, Texas
A meticulously planned WRP program has been implemented to create a waterfowl paradise less than two hours from DFW. Controlled water using levies and gates provide a large waterfowl reservoir of 27 acres. Numerous small ponds and sloughs are sprinkled through the thousands of hardwood seedings that were planted as part of the plan. Gated and graveled entry leads to potential cabin site that was held out of WRP, as well as lanes throughout the property and small strategic food plots planted in Biologic to draw the large whitetails out of the Red River just 1/4 mile away. Included are two large elevated deer blinds and a pit for waterfowl hunting. This place has potential as a hunting club, family retreat, or outfitter’s HQ.