Over a half mile of both sides of the South Platte River channel! This 201.5 acre accretion property is located on the south channel between Cozad and Lexington Nebraska. This is an excellent area for wild turkey, White Tail deer, and waterfowl. The channel is wide in this area and stays open through the winter. There are numerous old slough paths that are just begging to be dug out to host ducks in spring fed, open water. There are also numerous excellent locations along the bend in the channel for duck blinds. The property south of the channel has been kept clean and relatively cedar-free to keep shooting lanes through the cottonwoods open and unobstructed. The area north of the river is a bit thicker, but this is where the deer will shelter and hide their fawns. The deer trails stream out of the north side of the channel and fan out through the south side of the property as the deer head to the pastures and fields to feed. Trails are worn wide and deep soon after a fresh snow, it is obvious they are here, and in large numbers! Rubs and sheds are found all over this property. There is a large elevated tree stand on the east end of the property with a wide shooting lane chain-sawed through the cottonwoods. There is a narrow strip of Wildlife Management Area located to the north of this property that is only accessible by foot and does not have waterfowl blinds. Hunters attempting to harvest deer in this area will only push them straight down into this property. The land on the north side of the channel provides an ample barrier so that your hunting excursions are peaceful and uninterrupted. The property is fenced and has been surveyed.
Legal Description: Section 27 Township 10N Range 23W of the 6th P.M.
ALL ACC EXC PT S1/2NW1/4 PT SW1/4 & E1/2 ALL S OF RIVER
Address: Cozad, NE 69130
South Channel Wildlife - Cozad, NE 69130, USA
South Channel Wildlife- Cozad, NE 69130, USA