Ask Lance Talbert
This 1,104 acres is located in what is known as the Tull Bottoms in Saline County, Arkansas. This tract has a variety of features ranging from thick stands of young native hardwoods, wetlands, clearings, river frontage, and a huge slough that runs through the entire center of the property. This slough backs up every fall and floods approximately 350 acres which has been very attractive to waterfowl over the years. Several large flocks of Mallards, Gadwalls, Teal, and Wood Ducks have been observed on this property. Not only is the duck hunting on this property good, the deer hunting is good too, especially in the cleared areas. To see 20-30 deer off the stand is not uncommon on this property. All in all if you live West of Little Rock and dont feel like driving over an hour to get in some good duck and deer hunts, then this place is for you. 10 minutes from Benton, 35 minutes from Little Rock, and all the deer, ducks, turkey, and hogs you want to hunt.