Boeff River Hunting Land
Located in southeast Arkansas between Eudora and Portland, is a 955.87 (+/-) acre hunting reserve that is offered for sale for the first time in over 50 years. This property has 1.3 miles of Boeuf River frontage, planted hardwoods, established wildlife food plots and waterfowl impoundments. Enrolled in a 30 year Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) easement this property has approximately 15 years remaining on the contract. Once this easement term ends the new owners can choose to let it expire allowing further development or enroll the property in a new program. This allows the new owner to take advantage of potential income generated by other easements in the future. 13 acres along the Boeuf River are in Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and generate $3,300 annually (expires in 2033). This property has 5 main duck impoundments that produce excellent native and planted habitat for mallards, pintail, teal, gadwalls and wood ducks. These duck areas can actively be managed with disking and planting if the new owner chooses. The majority of the property is planted in hardwoods consisting of white and red oak, persimmon, bald cypress and a few sawtooth oak. Located in deer zone 16A, the owners have maintained several foodplots for whitetail deer. A few of these areas have large deer blinds that are not included with the sale. This property is located in a major flyway along the Boeuf River. There are several adjoining hunting properties that make up a 10,000 acre area of habitat that is extensively managed for waterfowl and whitetail deer. This in conjunction with fishing along the river make this property an exceptional recreational tract for a family or corporation. Be sure to take a look at the live aerial map and video. To schedule a showing, contact exclusive listing broker, Robert Eason at 501-416-6923.