8 miles south of the Neosho Wildlife refuge and a mile east of the Neosho river (both famous for the duck and deer hunting they produce), sets this 54+/- acre hunting tract. This stretch of area that begins at the Neosho Wildlife area that has been imprinting ducks for the last 60+ years. At times the refuge can hold 50,000+ ducks and the stretch of land that follows the river south from the refuge for the next 35 miles and has become the go to duck hunting corridor everyone has been trying to get a piece of. While exact acres of private wetland and waterfowl habitat projects down this corridor is unknown it has to be well into the 10,000+ acre range. Several public projects have also been created and the numerous WRP farms that are now producing quality waterfowl habitat just add to the total waterfowl holding capabilities for this area. I would hate to guess the total number of mallards that this area holds at peak migration but i do not think 500,000 to possibly a million birds could be ruled out.
Driving this 54+/- acre tract I have jumped multiple deer (including some very nice velvet antlered bucks), turkey, and quail. Soil maps show a good mix of Hepler and Lanton soil which are good for building duck marshes. The southern area of the tract is open with a nice stocked pond. Once you cross the creek to the northen part of the tract you get into dense woods with a mix of open and mature trees. Don't miss out on your chance to own land in one of the best duck and deer hunting areas the midwest has to offer.
For more information call or text agent Broc Mattox 620-778-2967