Prime Hunting Habitat With Dense Cover And Food Plots


Here's a prime example of a small property that can attract and hold daylight movement of mature bucks. The property consists of 3 wooded ravines, that surround 3 established food plots, situated in the hills on the east side of the Thompson River valley. The natural habitat is a mix of cedar thickets and timbered draws that have been improved in many ways including hinge-cut bedding areas, trail network, 3 established food plots, and culvert crossings. This area between Cainsville and Iowa is known for dense wildlife populations and good whitetail genetics. Some of the biggest names in the hunting business own property in this area, and here’s your chance to join the neighborhood. The current owner hasn’t had time to use the property, and when he did, it was primarily limited to archery. The seller reports that it’s only been hunted once since 2017, and the last buck taken was in 2016! If you’ve seen the pictures and aerial, then you have an idea of how good it is. When you see it in person, it’s even better! Call, text, or email today for more information, or to schedule your private tour.

Property Details

  • Excellent bedding cover, surrounding established food plots
  • Numerous hunting improvements including trail system, food plots, hinge-cut bedding areas, and creek crossings
  • Access from good gravel roads on 2 sides
  • Build sites and utilities available
  • Just 7 miles south of the Iowa line
  • 2 hours to Kansas City or Des Moines

E. 345th Avenue, Lot #WP001
Cainsville, Missouri 64632