If you know the cross timbers ecosystem that crosses through the southeast part of Kansas then you probably know about Chautauqua County. In that county, the town of Chautauqua is a quaint town of less than 250 people. Less than a mile from the paved road is where you can find the gate entrance to this 310 acres of rolling terrain with thick cover.
Thick cover makes this property a deer haven. Deer have many great options for bedding on this property. They love the seclusion on the back side of the property that is furthest from the road. The water up front and in the middle in the form of two ponds are perfect for animals to stop and get a drink. Drainages and mature treelines are always favorite travel corridors for whitetails. There are openings in the timber that could be worked up and add a food source that could help lure in the buck of a lifetime. Bigger trees can be found throughout the property and stands can be hung in most places. This 310 acres would qualify for 3 landowner tags allowing you to hunt with any weapon. Arguably one of the best parts of whitetail hunting in Kansas is that you can use a wide variety of tactics to get your desired result. Whether you're setting up a stand with a bow or rifle, or prefer to chase deer down during their rut, or use your smoke pole in September, there's really no wrong way to hunt these animals.
The perimeter and cross fencing is set up to run cattle on one or both sides. There is a pond on each side of the cross fence. Grassy openings and sidehills are perfect for cattle to graze the growing grass when it rains. In a typical year, this area gets around 38 inches of rain on average. An added bonus on this acreage is that there is a set of corrals along the roadside to make loading and uploading livestock a breeze.
Overall, the 310 acres of rolling terrain with thick cover in Chautauqua County is an excellent location for whitetail deer hunting. Whether you prefer to hunt with a bow, rifle, or muzzleloader, there are plenty of opportunities to pursue this elusive species and capture that trophy buck. If you are looking for a property that offers great wildlife habitat and convenient cattle farming options, then this could be the perfect place for you. To learn more about this amazing land and start planning your next hunting adventure, call or text Andrew at (620) 313-0783.
-Thick cover that is ideal for whitetail deer habitat and wildlife.
-Mature trees and open areas that provide excellent opportunities for setting up hunting stands or food plots.
-Perimeter and cross fencing that can be used to run cattle on one or both sides of the property.
-A network of ponds, creeks and drainage ditches that provide ample water sources for animals in all seasons.
-Easy access to paved roads and livestock loading facilities, making it a convenient option for those looking to start their own ranch or farm business.