The Pluck-A-Duck Lodge & Hunting Property is located approximately nine miles by road and five miles by air, southwest of Wynne, Arkansas via highways 284, 193 and county road 656. County Road 656 is an all-weather gravel road from Highway 193 for 1 mile to the property. Wynne is 40 miles northwest of Memphis, Tennessee and 40 miles south of Jonesboro, Arkansas.
The property has 78 acres +/- total with 14 acres in the lodge area. The balance of 64 acres is in woods lying on and adjacent to the L'Anguille River.
There is a 3800 square foot lodge built by the
owner 5 years ago. The lodge has central heat and air. A list of amenities that
go with the lodge is included in the following pages. When not hosting hunters
the lodge has been leased for many weddings, reunions, retreats, and parties.
There is a road built on the west edge of the woods for hiking and four
wheeling. A man made pond built by the owner has been stocked with game fish
and can be used for retriever training and exercise. A six inch electric,
submersible well is located on the pond to maintain the water level. A boat
ramp allows access to the river about 60 yards from the lodge. A four bay,
covered dog kennel is located close to the river and far enough from the lodge
to hold down noise. The grounds and area around the pond are Bermuda grass and
leveled for easy maintenance. An all weather gravel and white chat road are
maintained for access to the property. All interior roads are white chat. The
electricity is Woodruff Electric, water is Cross County Rural Water and the
Sewer is a septic tank .
According to County records, the taxes are $1,617.66 for the 2008 tax year.
There are three duck hunting blinds on the
property. Duck hunting in the area is excellent. The L’Anguille River is known
in the area as one of the best duck hunting areas in the state. Goose hunting
is great in the area especially after duck season is over because they take off
all restrictions such as gun plugs, electronic calls and bag limits.
Hunting land on the L’Anguille River Bottoms is
closely held and very seldom available to the public. Owners Cecil “Shorty” and
Barbara Owens have hosted hunters for the last 20 plus years and are now ready
to retire and sell this beautiful property.
This fine hunting property is being offered for $1,200,000. Some owner financing will be available.
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