Hickman Upper Bottoms Wetlands 104
This 104+\- acre farm located in the upper bottoms of Hickman, Kentucky is nestled in one of Western Kentucky's premier waterfowl destinations. When it comes to hunting Waterfowl in the upper bottoms of Hickman, backwater is the name of the game. Having a farm located in the middle of the backwater gives you prime real estate for hunting new ducks into the bottoms. Thousands upon thousands of acres will be flooded when the Mississippi river gets out of it's banks. This attracts ducks from all the surrounding refuges and provide some excellent hunting at times. 90 of the 104 acres is in rolled in the wetland reclamation easement. Part of that plan is to establish native tree species on the farm. Many of which are in the oak species. These small saplings will develop into a future hardwood timber woods as decades go but as it matures, the trees will create natural breaks within the backwaters and offer more hunting opportunities. Also a part of the easement plan is to develop a 6.8 acre wetland impoundment. 25% of this impoundment can be planted for wildlife. Owning to the center line of Obion Creek, this will give the landowner the ability to pump their farm with water when they need it. This farm also has areas out of the wetland easement which will allow the new owners to have free unrestricted freedom. Plant more food for anticipation of backwater, plant food for deer and turkey. Big deer have been known to be seen in the bottoms feeding in the summer fields. An affordable tract that can offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy it year round.