One Of The Strongest Big Deer Areas In South Central Kansas

Description

The famed Bluff Creek area in southern Sumner County has for years been known as one of the strongest big deer areas in south-central Kansas. The creek bottom areas that grow and hold those type deer splits this outstanding hunting and tillable property. The flat rich agriculture fields give way to heavy brush and big timber stands that navigate the entire midsection of this property, allowing for first-class hunting opportunities. Situated just north of the state line, and on a very quiet secluded country road, this recreational property will provide the best of what big southern Kansas deer has to offer along with waterfowl, quail, doves, and tons of turkeys. The southeast corner of the farm provides some higher elevations overlooking the timber bottom ground and tillable fields and is a great location to view deer movement through the grass and transition areas. The steep banks of heavy timber along Bluff creek create some abrupt drop-offs that allow for difficult access making natural sanctuaries but also some subtle areas that therefore provide excellent funnels and travel routes along the water’s edge. The tillable acreage is approximately 109 acres, which is currently planted to wheat but can and is rotated with a variety of crop options being possible. There has been a large alfalfa planting on these fields in previous years and that would be a great addition once again moving forward as that keeps a more year-round attractant for the wildlife. Going along with the tillable is approximately 80 acres of grass for grazing or bedding for wildlife if left to grow. With the summer being the off-season from hunting, you won’t have to stop coming to the property as there are many places that the family can enjoy with bonfires or pitching a tent along the creek after a long day of fishing. If you are in the market for a farm you can enjoy throughout the whole year with great hunting potential and supplemental income, this is a great farm to take a look at. Not often do outstanding creek bottom properties with this much big deer potential hit the market. Shown by appointment only, please call the listing agent to set up a private showing.

Property Details

  • 3 miles southwest of Caldwell
  • 60 miles south of Wichita, 130 miles north of Oklahoma City, 150 miles southwest of Kansas City
  • Incredible recreational property with record buck whitetail hunting potential
  • Deer, turkey, dove, upland game and waterfowl hunting opportunities
  • Bluff Creek flows through the property from West to East with feeder creek bottoms splitting off to the south
  • Approx. 109 acres of tillable ground that is currently planted to wheat
  • In years past they current owners planted some acreage to alfalfa and 30-40 deer per night was a common sight
  • Multiple food-plot locations for staging plots and provide year-round food for wildlife
  • Grazing is currently being leased out with the tillable fenced off from the timber and pasture ground
  • Camping fun can be had along Bluff Creek and its sandy shores with great places to pitch a tent and make a fire
  • Believed to be 100% minerals will transfer to the buyer
  • 2018 Taxes were $1,494.68

1005 W. 190th St. S., Lot #WP001
Caldwell, Kansas 67022