Situated in far Northern Bourbon County, Kansas, just a couple miles south of the Linn County line, sits this 80 acres of recreational paradise. With its up and down terrain, this 80 acres will hunt more like 160. Walking the property makes your feel like your in the middle of the Ozarks of Missouri. But the size of the whitetails lets you know your smack dab in the middle of big buck country in Southeast Kansas!
Lets start with the terrain of this 80 acres. There is a deep draw that runs west to east before it turns southeast meandering through the property. There is about 60 feet of elevation change on either side of the draw. Up on top, you have cedar thickets and bedding on both sides of the draw. The 2 little ponds on the farm, along with the creek will provide all the water the wildlife of the area will need to make it throughout the year. The draw winding through the property not only allows the deer the ability to move out of sight all hours of the day, it also provides ample funnels and pinch points to hang your stands to catch those cruising bucks. The bottom of the draw is made up of all big standing timber. There is nothing like hunting those deep Kansas draws and trying to catch a giant whitetail cruising in between the ridges.
Besides cover and terrain, location will always be one of the most important factors when it comes to finding that perfect recreational farm. When looking at an aerial map, there are very few areas better in the state of Kansas for giant whitetails than Northern Bourbon and Linn County. The big woods and ridges allow for more big bucks to reach maturity and this farm is no different. In this area of the state, these big ridges and draws run for miles. With the amazing gentetics of the area and all this cover, the bucks grow BIG!!!
Not wanting to play second fiddle to the deer, the turkey hunting on this property is second to none. With a good population of birds in the area, the ridge tops and scenic draws will provide plenty of adreanaline filled hours come this spring. The property has plenty of big timber for the turkeys and will provide multiple roosts throughout the year. Sitting here imagining a strutting longbeard winding his way to you through the open timber will fast forward you to the middle of April.
This property will be surveyed off as an exact 80 with easement with additional acreage as a possibility. On top of that, electricity has already been brought back to this acreage, so a cabin is also a possibility. So if your looking for a high end recreational farm with some extra amenities, do not hesitate to contact Brian Helman (620)212-2027, today!