Hunting Hotspot Near Kaler Bottoms And Clarks River In Kentucky

Description

Here is a stellar hunting tract located in an area known for big bucks, turkeys and good waterfowl hunting! This farm has all the key ingredients needed for an excellent hunting tract. Row crops, timber, cover and established travel corridors are just a few of the things this farm has to offer. The Kaler Bottoms area along Clarks River has been a hot spot for big bucks and waterfowl for decades. The area has vast amounts of nutritious row crops, mast producing hardwoods and numerous travel corridors created by the timbered creek beds that meander through the landscape. The layout of the property is mostly hardwood timber, with over 14 acres of nutritious row crops and frontage along Clarks River and Panther Creek. The farm sits between thick wetlands to the southeast and large agriculture fields in most all directions, making it the ideal place for deer to bed, feed and travel. A quick look at the aerial shows how the woodlots and creek beds create several travel corridors that direct deer travel through the farm no matter which direction they are traveling. The property has two entrance points and both are on dead end roads. This is a great feature for accessing stand sites on various wind directions. The eastern portion of the farm has an established trail system going through the timber and on down to the crop field and Clarks River. The crop field has a water control structure in place and over 8 acres can be flooded for waterfowl hunting. The area has good waterfowl hunting along the Clarks River Flyway with numerous swampy wetland areas and flooded crop fields. If you’re looking for a solid hunting tract with something to offer for every season, give us a call today and schedule your own private showing!

Property Details

  • Stellar hunting tract for all of Western Kentucky’s main game species
  • Over 14 acres of nutritious and income producing row crops
  • Over 1/3rd mile of frontage on Clarks River
  • Frontage on Panther Creek
  • Just over 8 acres of the crop field has a water control feature to regulate water depth for waterfowl hunting
  • Adjoins vast amounts of tillable acreage
  • Clark’s River and Panther Creek are major travel corridors for the local deer
  • Several areas around the crop field would make ideal food plot locations
  • The eastern portion of the farm has a well-established trail system
  • The farm has an eastern and a western entrance
  • Both entrances are down dead end roads
  • The area is known for having big bucks, turkey and good waterfowl hunting
  • Close to Kaler Bottoms WMA, offering over 1,800 acres of public hunting
  • Taxes $204.03 in 2015
  • 30 minutes from Paducah, KY. – 2 ½ hours from Nashville, TN. – 3 ½ hours from Saint Louis, MO

Golden Spur Road
Kaler, Kentucky 42051