Come see the woolier side of Wilson county! This 128.7 acres is right in the heart of big deer country and has plenty of cover. The elevation change isn't apparent right at first but as you move into the property it becomes very evident. Over 125 feet of gain or loss depending on where you are standing is sure to get the blood pumping while hiking.
It is not hard to see why the deer love to call this land their home. The thick cover makes deer and all wildlife feel secure and hidden. Mature oak and walnut trees can be found throughout the acreage, making it even more appealing with the high-protein acorns hitting the ground in early fall. These taller trees lend themselves nicely to hanging sets that keep you above your prey. Catch the deer staging up as they get ready to go out into the ag fields and feed. A trail system allows you good access to the north 70 acres and makes getting around easier while working. You don't have to dig down very deep to find the limestone that covers this area. People have long claimed the limestone areas of Kansas are best due to the nutrition for growing antlers. Open areas could be turned into a food plot or used to get longer shots since most of the farm is covered. The steep valleys come together to form a wet weather creek that will seem like a river when we get 5-inch rains. If you own more than 80 acres in Kansas then that qualifies you for an over-the-counter landowner tag. This tag guarantees you will be able to hunt your farm in Kansas, this land would be good for one landowner tag every year. If you hunted with a friend or even two on this farm you would feel miles apart from each other. General recreation can also be had on this farm just by hiking up and down the steep terrain. Climbing and observing the many huge rock outcroppings will make you feel like you never want to leave.
In conclusion, Wilson County offers the perfect combination of terrain and cover for deer hunting. With its steep valleys and mature trees, this 128.7-acre land is sure to be a prime spot for harvesting big game. The limestone rock found throughout the property provides nutrition that helps grow bigger antlers, making it an even more desirable location for hunters. And with the opportunity to qualify for an over-the-counter landowner tag, you can rest assured knowing you will have unrestricted access to your piece of Kansas paradise!
- 128.7 acres of prime Kansas deer hunting land
- Elevation change of up to 125 feet
- Thick cover and mature oak and walnut trees
- Limestone rock provides nutrition that helps grow bigger antlers
- Opportunity to qualify for an over-the-counter landowner tag
- Perfect combination of terrain and cover for deer hunting
- Wet weather creek forms from steep valleys
- 95 Miles to Wichita
- 103 Miles to Tulsa
- 88 Miles to Joplin
Call Andrew Kattenberg: 620-313-0783