The Salt Fork 207
As far as hunting land in North Central Oklahoma goes property along the Salt Fork river is some of the most highly sought after ground in the region. This particular piece has roughly a mile of Salt Fork river frontage and offers great hunting for all the different types of wildlife that Grant county is known for. Just the way it sits the property is capable of producing trophy whitetail, good numbers of quail & pheasant, and great duck hunting. There is 25 acres of tillable in the southern portion of the property currently planted to wheat that will serve as a great food plot, and destination feed field throughout the winter and early spring. If planted to a summer grain crop such as milo or corn after the wheat is harvested, the effect on the wildlife would be tremendous. The milo or corn would provide ideal deer and upland bird habitat, and will allow the animals to feed without feeling exposed, such as in a wheat field. This would increase daytime feeding activity and also increase the carrying capacity of the farm for both whitetail and the plentiful pheasant a quail population the area is known for. Also, anyone that has ever duck hunted in the area knows having standing grain next to the Salt Fork river in the dead of winter is a sure bet for as many limits of ducks as you can shoot. Make sure and check out the pics, the ducks are already there, along with some big whitetails!
The farm is fully fenced, except for the tillable portion on the South side which is fenced out, and also has blacktop access. The property has previously been used for grazing and to cut hay off of, so if leasing the pasture to a local farmer or running some cattle alongside your hunting operation is something a person wanted to do, this property is more than capable of fitting the bill for both.
Whether you want a low maintenance farm in one of the best areas of the state that you can just show up to during hunting season and have inherently good hunting, or whether you have been looking for a river bottom place you can transform into an insane waterfowl, upland bird and whitetail mecca, through dirt work, flooding, food plots, strategic planting, and native grass improvements, this could be the one. The sky is the limit on how awesome this place could truly be!
For more details and information or to set a time to come see this place in person, call Tony Cerar @ 918-671-8937