Fire. While I could never wish a fire on anyone, it seems that in regard to this property, taking out the cedars was not all bad, especially when the cedar skeletons are so thick just those skeletons alone provide significant cover for whitetail and other wildlife. The new growth of heavy grasses and forbs that have resulted make for excellent feeding grounds and adequate cover. As they would say in Australia, “No worries mate!”
So then, I arrived thinking one way and departed thinking the other way. Adding greatly to the “plus side”, there are 320 acres of rye pasture joining this 80 acres immediately to the west and another 10 acres or so of small grain pasture joining this place to the east. Basically, the neighbors are planting the food plots for you!
Sandy and remote, this place is accessible and worthy of hunting everyday of the season. Everyone knows northwest Oklahoma is the place to be for large bodied whitetail. Though not seen, I fully expect turkey, bobcat, coyote, and other species for hunting are present, too.
If you are looking for 80 acres that “hunts bigger than that” due to how it fits into its surroundings, you owe it to yourself to consider this property. If you finish the “magnets”, this is 80 acres can hunt as if it were five times that size!
Driving Directions: From Mooreland about 9 miles east on Highway 412, about 8 miles South on CR N224, and 1.5 miles west on CR E490. Subject property is on the north side of the road.