Description: Cache River duck hunting paradise. Offered for sale is a 1/3 undivided interest into the 305 +/- acre Cache River Duck Club. If you know anything about Arkansas you know about the Cache River and you know of Grubbs. Take a look at the pictures and video and you will quickly know the history of this tract. Since 1992 this tract has an average of 4.26 birds per hunter per day. The way the members have historically hunted, if you get your mallards first, you leave meaning those numbers could easily be higher had they stayed for teal, gadwalls, etc. This property consists of the old river channel, green timber, and WRP that is used primarily as a rest area and sanctuary. This block sits near the end of the channelization project where the Cache returns to its natural, historic channel. This location is one of the first timber blocks ducks see as they near the historic Cache bottoms make it an absolute magnet and first stop for waterfowl making their way down. The good thing about remaining on the channelized portion is that it's rare for there to not be plenty of free water during late October, early November preventing the need to pump. There is a fishing reservoir on the South end with a concrete boat ramp as well as a boathouse that provides access to the timber. This is your opportunity to get into a premier club for fractional the price of buying a tract of this size by yourself. For more information on this excellent waterfowl opportunity contact Broker Kevin Keen at (870)215-1185.
Contact Name: Robert Eason
Phone Number: (501) 604-4565
Fax: (501) 604-4565
Address1: 2024 North Main St
City: North Little Rock
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