Life abounds where two bodies of water meet. The Delta is the land of big deer, flocks of waterfowl, game turkeys and fierce fisheries. The Delta’s high-quality game is a product of its flowing waters and fertile soils. The Hannon Devers Historic Hunting Club offers both beautiful flowing waters and deeply fertile soils. This place’s waters are powerful. The property features St. Francis River frontage, a private cypress-laden lake, and Phillips Bayou flowing into the St. Francis. Springs can be found throughout the property. Nestled among the cypress are waterfowl, fish, hogs, turkey, and whitetail. Seasonal floods increase the size of these waters, which in turn increases the habitat, opportunity, and fertility. The waters of this place yield abundance. The property is green like an emerald and fertile - evidence of true husbandry. Most of this property has been owned by one family for more than 100 years. They have lovingly taken care of it so that the wildlife and land here have thrived. Selective timber harvests have provided light and space. As such, browse is abundant. Trails are cared for and well-defined. The forest is still filled with mature timber oaks, cypress, and even a few pecans. A true jewel. The whitetail herd on the property is abundant and healthy. A visit to the property always yields a view of these amazing animals. The cover is plentiful, but not so plentiful that shooting lanes do not exist. This is the type of mixed Delta habitat that grows big, high-quality deer. Lying in the Mississippi Flyway, the property has the ingredients for prime waterfowl hunting. River and Bayou frontage, a private lake, cypress, and hardwoods, flowing and standings waters, are all part of the waterfowl potential. Located near other known waterfowling locations, the potential of this property for the waterfowler is enormous. The area is known for its turkey population. With part of the property rising to the top of Crowley’s Ridge, turkeys call this area home. The trails and stand locations beg the hunter to give chase. The St. Francis River abounds with fishing opportunities for catfish, crappie, bass, and bream. Public access is located just moments from the property with a second access at the confluence between the Mississippi and St. Francis Rivers. Tournaments regularly run out of nearby Helena Harbor for catfish. Various Mississippi Oxbows and backwaters can be accessed from the St. Francis. This is an amazing fishery. The property is adjacent to the St. Francis National Forest. A truly beautiful piece of public land, it is a great place for hiking, camping, and fishing. Bear Creek and Storm Creek offer rare lowland reservoir fishing in the Delta. Horner’s Neck and Beaverdam lakes offer the true cypress fishing experience for the jon boater. This location offers an amazing variety of fisheries. The upland on Crowley’s Ridge also provides high ground for a potential build site. Electricity and phone lines run parallel to Crowley’s Ridge as does Lee Road 239. Lee Road 239 is well maintained. Building and access are as simple as they come in this part of the world. Contact me now. This piece of rare earth will not be available long.
St. Francis River frontage for +/- 1.5 miles
Amazingly fertile wetlands with minimal regulatory restrictions
Old growth cypress, pecan, oak, and other hardwoods in +/- 490 acres of bottomland forest
Private lake of +/- 14 Acres
Phillips Bayou meanders through and with the property for +/- 1.25 miles
50 +/- acres of upland on Crowley’s Ridge
Miles of established trails
Adjacent to the 22,000 Acre St. Francis National Forest
Adjacent to thousands of acres of farmland that provide wildlife nutrition
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