SECLUDED WRP HUNTING/RECREATIONAL PROPERTY

Listing Price: $60,000   Acres: 41

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Not often will you run across a property under the flight-line between the three corners of the duck hunting’s infamous Golden Triangle. This 41 acre WRP tract is one mile north of the mouth of the Grand River, 4 miles from the Dalton Cutoff, 11 miles from Grand Pass CA and 13 miles from Swan Lake NWR.

This secluded tract has a little bit of everything for the avid hunter. Despite the excellent waterfowl hunting opportunities, the property is the best cover you will find in the middle of the hundreds of acres of crop ground and pecan orchards. World class bucks have been harvested here including a buck that grossed in the 170’s. Spring turkeys have also been harvested making this property the triple threat that we all dream about.

Just minutes from Brunswick, this property has two acres that has been held out of the WRP Program to build a cabin/house on. With utilities near-by, this property provides opportunity to have all the comforts of home over-looking a diverse hunting property.

For more information and a private showing contact Jody Graff at (660)734-0057

Property Highlights:

  • Directly under the flight lines of the corners of the Golden Triangle of north central Missouri
  • Swan Lake NWR, Grand Pass CA and the Dalton Cutoff will hold 250-500,000 migrating waterfowl for most of the season
  • Two acres excluded from the WRP Program for a building site
    Just one mile south of the Pecan Capitol of the World, Brunswick, MO
  • One mile north of the mouth of the Grand River
  • Trophy Deer, ducks and turkeys
  • Mature timber along with 5+ acres of tree planting
  • 20+ acres of wetlands with levees and water control structures in place
  • This property is secluded with several potential options to approach the property depending on what you happen to be hunting on any particular day
  • Where else can you find Teal in September, Pintails in October, Mallards in November and December, honkers in January and snows during the Conservation Order

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