To schedule a showing contact Matt Wonser. No Tag, No Problem. This 125 +/- acre Kansas deer hunting farm has it all. There are approximately 18.5 acres that has been farmed in the past. This area has not been a part of any recent agricultural production. Tall grass and trees have started to take it over, except for the areas that have trails mowed through it and other areas that have been strategically mowed for food plots. On the Southeastern corner there is a pasture with a nice pond. The focus of the farm has been on wildlife and not livestock or agricultural, and this pasture will show that as well. The grass is thick and there are small trees growing in it. It is still in a position to be reclaimed as a pasture or it can easily turn into a thick bedding area for deer. The pasture is currently littered with deer trails that are leading from Spring Creek to the surrounding crop fields.
The creek is big and runs most of the year. Two creek crossings have been created that allow for a UTV or midsized tractor to cross. The creek has clear water and the bottom is comprised mostly of rock. There are neat outcroppings and high rock walls in places on the farm. As a kid, creeks like this formed some of my fondest memories of the outdoor lifestyle. It provides drinking water for the wildlife and habit for smaller fish. It would not be crazy to see a few ducks on a creek of this size in Southeast Kansas. Big mature timber consisting of a variety of species line the banks of Spring Creek. Big walnut and sycamore trees tower over parts of the farm creating a very diverse structure for a property of this size.
Cover is not a problem on this tract of land. Thick grasses, midsize trees, overgrown pasture, and mature timber give the deer everything they need to bed on this tract throughout the year. Surrounding the property in nearly every direction are farm fields. These fields are commonly planted to corn, soy beans, and wheat. These big destination feeding locations in such a close proximity allow for the farm to carry a high capacity of deer. Couple that with a few strategic food plots and the abundance of native vegetation, and this tract of land has what it takes to grow true Kansas Giants.
For serious buyers email Matt Wonser for trail camera pictures.
Greater than the 80 acre minimum to qualify for a land owner tag.
Spring Creek is on the property. It has a mostly rock bottom with clear water.
Surrounded by cropland.
A variety of habitat located on the farm.
Very accessible with maintained trails and creek crossings.
Surface rights only.
Fishing, hunting, and trail riding.
Big deer history.