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This is the type of property that will truly blow you away as soon as you enter the premises. The nearly 90 acres of extremely productive tillable land gradually falls off into a bottom on the South end that is loaded with hardwoods, a forest of mature cedars, brush, thickets, and a blend of grasses that are nearly head high. A beautiful spring with a hard rock bottom winds through the property providing an incredible natural water source for the wildlife. This area is known for trophy book whitetail deer and it is hard to imagine a better blend of habitat to house a Boone & Crockett caliber buck. There is access to the property from the North along a low maintenance county road. Besides this access road, there are no county roads bordering the property allowing for maximum seclusion for wildlife and unrivaled peacefulness on a morning or evening sit in the stand. The hillside in the center of the property provides an incredible vantage point for scouting or long-range setups for firearms season overlooking the crop fields bordering the creek and timber in the bottom. A finger of timber extends Northerly from the creek bottom on the West end of the property providing an excellent entry point to access stands during archery season. One can only imagine the big buck action that can be seen in the hidden 4-acre crop field on the far West end during a Fall sit in the stand! This is an incredible pinch point to catch that bruiser whitetail buck cruising for does during the rut. Multiple treestand setups in this area of the farm just further assure this to be a premium spot. The owner has stated over a dozen bucks can be seen feeding in the crop fields during a normal evening sit in the Fall. A hike through the forest of cedar trees on the Southwest hillside helps paint the picture of why this farm has all the potential in the world to hold a high population of deer and allow the genetically superior bucks in this area to reach full maturity. The frequent changes in topography and thick pockets of cedar trees are loaded with deer beds, large rubs, and trails hammered into the dirt crisscrossing in every direction. It is obvious the deer prefer to bed within the cedars along this hillside during the day. In the evenings they work their way down the hill get a drink from the stream before entering the crop fields to feed. This very distinct pattern makes this farm an easy one to set up and hunt a trophy. In addition to the incredible habitat on the South end, there is a pocket of timber at the Northeast corner of the farm that undoubtedly draws the attention of whitetail bucks for purposes of bedding, scrape lines, and a destination to take out their aggression on the hundreds of trees located in this area. If you are looking for a manageable tract of trophy whitetail hunting land that has all the right details – THIS IS IT! Contact the listing agents today to schedule your private tour of this incredible property!

Property Details

  • 7 miles straight south of Blue Rapids
  • 8 miles northeast of Tuttle Creek Lake and 3 miles from the Big Blue River
  • Amazing whitetail hunting property
  • Over ¾ miles of beautiful spring-fed streams
  • Mature hardwood trees bordering the stream
  • Incredible 20-30 acre cedar forest located on the SW hillside of the property
  • 87.86 acres of fertile cropland holds a high number of deer to the property and provides a good income source
  • Old barn in the center of the land
  • Very secluded and peaceful
  • Unbelievable views from the center hilltop

8th Terrace, Lot #WP001
Blue Rapids, Kansas 66411
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