Mudlake Bottom   **SOLD**

138 Acres
Lee County, Arkansas

Mudlake Bottoms is a 138 acre property located approximately 35 minutes from downtown Memphis in Lee County, Arkansas. Highway 79 is just east of the property, and Hughes, Arkansas, is approximately 5 miles north (see attached maps). Mudlake Bottoms adjoins the Mud Lake property. In addition to approximately 20 acres of woods and flooded cypress bottoms adjoining Mud Lake, the remaining property is enrolled in conservation programs focused on wildlife (particularly ducks, wild quail, dove, and deer) habitat. The remaining acreage is a combination of cypress and green timber. A well riser, levees, pipes, and water control structures have been installed which allow the property to hold additional water during duck season. The flooded fields contain two pits and a willow line. Electric power is at the property line. Mudlake Bottoms currently provides opportunities for hunting ducks, wild quail, dove, deer; and turkey. Duck hunting has occurred in the flooded fields and two woods holes. Several prominent duck clubs (including Mud Lake) either adjoin or are in the immediate vicinity of Mudlake Bottoms. The St. Francis River and Mississippi River are in the immediate flyway of this property. Wild quail are abundant throughout the property.