The Ultimate Trophy Hunting Farm On Bow Creek
- Farms, Recreational Land, Hunting Land
- Road Frontage
- County Road
- Road Surface
|10 mi||to Hill City, KS|
|7 mi||to Lenora, KS|
- Small Game
- Big Game
- Upland Game
- Tree Stands/Blinds
- Gated Entrance
- Seller's Mineral Rights Convey
If you are a hunter looking for a property that has nearly every species of wildlife western Kansas has to offer – we have finally found it. This is your chance to own a property that has it all! Go ahead and run through your checklist – whitetail, mule deer, Rio Grande turkeys, pheasants, quail – literally every box I checked. And on top of that, the farm is 100% setup to hunt as soon as your name is stamped on the deed.
This 640 +/- acre tract is unlike anything we have stepped foot on. Bow Creek twists and turns, running East to West through the center of the property, making huge winding patterns bending North and South. Due to the drastic bends in the creek, there are nearly 5 MILES of Bow Creek bottom on this property alone. That's right, 5 miles! Bow Creek has a strong history of trophy whitetail deer genetics, along with being one of the best areas in the State for growing trophy mule deer and holding strong numbers of both species. Our first visit to this farm gave us more than enough evidence to strongly emphasize both mule deer and whitetails living on the property, along with large flocks of turkeys, multiple coveys of quail, and several pheasants.
As with any hunting farm, we are always making the strongest effort to piece together the puzzle of the farm itself and quality of the hunting and habitat to best describe it to our large market of buyers. The aerial maps alone provided good evidence of miles of creek bottom surrounded by hundreds of acres of quality cropland. But once we walked this farm, we quickly discovered it is much better than the aerials even lead on. The creek bottom has far more cover than we expected, with hundreds of mature cottonwood trees, scattered locusts and cedars, and excellent undergrowth within the trees that provides incredible bedding for deer and shelter for upland birds. There are several areas of dense, head-high thickets that provide cover for wildlife that is second to none. The terrain gets very rugged along a few bends of the creek, where it has washed out over time. These areas create pockets of flat bedding in the bottoms and natural hidden 'honey holes' for setting stands for archery and rifle deer hunting. Several improvements have been made to the property in recent months, and the owner kindly set trail cams out over the past few months to help give a better understanding of the deer quality and numbers. The trail cams provided several photos of wide antlered, heavy racked trophy whitetails AND several muley bucks within all age ranges. Also high numbers of Rio Grande turkeys – while other areas of Western Kansas have seen declines in the turkey populations. The property could not be set up any better for hunting, in my opinion, other than maybe the addition of another treestand here and there once the new owner gains a better understanding of the natural deer movement through the property. The property is FULLY EQUIPPED with 4 brand new ASF Tower Hunting Blinds overlooking 4 brand new ASF steel feeders. These blinds and feeders have been strategically and evenly setup across the farm, providing hunting setups for both firearms and archery season and for all wind directions. Easy access and seclusion were greatly considered when setting up these locations. The new owner will be fully equipped for success in the best parts of the farm.
Now that we've covered the tremendous wildlife habitat and cover, let's discuss the one detail we have not covered yet….the amount of quality FOOD within the borders of this farm. We have mapped out nearly 475 acres of cropland within the borders of this property, in which the farm tenant is currently rotating corn, milo, and wheat throughout. These acres are equally as important as the creek bottom cover to a hunter and, obviously, an investment-minded hunter who is looking for some decent income return. While helping assure the wildlife do not have to leave the property to find food, these cropland acres provide good potential for income return from the property and the high prospect of future appreciation of the land. Over time, this high amount of cropland also gives the new owner the opportunity to potentially enroll parts of the property into the CRP program to add even more cover to the farm and attract even more upland game to the property.
There are so many words for describing this incredible property, but in the end - it is a property you must see in person to fully understand and appreciate! If you are dreaming of owning a creek bottom hunting property with fertile cropland and nearly every species of wildlife you can imagine in Northwest Kansas – this is it! And this opportunity will not last forever. Contact the listing agents today to schedule your tour of this incredible property!
10 miles NW of Hill City, Kansas
~ 5 MILES of Bow Creek winding through the property
Absolutely incredible whitetail and mule deer habitat along Bow Creek
Bow Creek winds back and forth through the property creating incredible hunting setups from one end to the other
Recent trail cam photos of giant whitetail and mule deer
Pheasants and quail prevalent on the property
Very high numbers of Rio Grande turkeys
(4) All season feeders
All hunting equipment included in the sale
Over 475 acres of fertile cropland commonly planted to corn, milo, and wheat. Crop share lease provides high potential for favorable income return for the landowner
Creek bottom is loaded with cottonwoods, cedars, thickets, and small locusts! Tons of cover
Dream property for both archery and firearms hunters
Excellent access to the property from HWY 283 – which is 4.5 miles to the East
Tall weeds and thickets provide excellent pheasant and quail habitat
Very few farms in the State hold good numbers of both whitetail and mule deer. This farm is EXCEPTIONAL for both species
Located in one of the only areas of the State that holds trophy whitetail, mule deer, pheasants, quail, and turkeys
100% mineral rights believed to be intact and will transfer to the Buyer
Water wells located at each farmstead
4 Hours from Denver, CO
The information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker, its Agents, or the Seller. Access to property, access to utilities, or any measurements including but not limited to, acreage, square footage, frontage, and mapping boundary lines shared herein has not been independently verified and is for purposes of marketing only. If exact measurements, access to property, or access to utilities is a concern, the property should be independently measured or investigated by the prospective buyer.
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