Behind locked gates, this 224 acre tract is a sportsman’s dream. Bordering State Highway V, a select timber harvest was performed years ago, and the white, red, and post oaks are very near ready for another select harvest. The owner has only allowed a group of three Cajuns to enjoy the solitude of a Missouri firearms Deer season on this tract. Turkey hunting has not been allowed. I have hunted turkey since 1979, and this property will be a premium location for harvesting Ol’ Tom turkey. Fresh turkey sign is evident on every ridge and the large timbered tracts bordering this property will provide years of memorable spring and fall turkey hunts. The undergrowth and towering pines provide excellent habitat for the Deer and Wild Turkey, and there is a small pond and seasonal water in the valleys for water. Many food plot locations are scattered throughout the tract. The owner is an avid shed antler hunter. See the pictures for a sample of the sheds found on this property.
The terrain is gently rolling with a few valleys that will provide morel mushrooms this spring and coral or elk antler mushrooms this fall. Numerous access points off of Hwy V into the property provide easy access into the interior of the property, and trails throughout provide a way to slip in no matter the wind direction.
Electricity is available along State Highway V, and rural water may also parallel the highway, to be determined. Pine logs are selling for $375.00 a ton, and the owner estimates there may be as much as 3 ton per acre that would provide a sizeable return on investment.
If you are looking for a place to hunt or other outdoor activities, this is the tract you need to see. Call Danny L. Miller at 573-528-1489 as soon as the Spring 2022 Turkey Hunting season ends to book a showing.