103+-deeded acres,Joins Cumberland River and Cross Creeks National Waterfowl Refuge
This is in the heart of Cumberland River Duck Hunting, this tract joins 3 other land owners that killed 2,800 ducks during the 2014-2015 duck season.
It has frontage along the Cumberland River that gives the hunters access to the river to pump and flood areas for hunting. This tract has not been managed
as hard or effective as the other properties, its been leased out for the past 10 years. The other tracts are owned by duck hunters that know what needs to be
done to hold and kill ducks. I just sold the adjoining tract this summer of 82 acres for $650,000, it killed 1,000 ducks last year on 3 blinds that was leased for
$8,500 a piece. Deer and Turkey hunting is a plus for this property too, it does have some levees in place at the present time. With additional clearing you could create
more tillable ground to go with the 40 acres in place.
Its the first River bottom up River from Cross Creeks NWFR, which is 8,800 acres, and due to the bend in the river its in the flight path for ducks feeding in the privately
owned bottoms beside this tract.
Joins Cross Creek National Waterfowl Refuge
40 Acres tillable, with more available
Joins Cumberland River, water for flooding hunting areas
Levee system in place on parts of property
Deer and Turkey Hunting
1.5 hours from Nashville Airport
45 minutes from Clarksville TN