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Pratt County, KS
160 Acres | Hunting
Property Summary
Property #: KSWE 0084
Acres: 160
County: Pratt
Closest City: Pratt
Max # of Hunters: 2
Lease Period Date: 12 months from lease date
Auction Status
Auction Ended: Property Leased
Current Lease on this property ends 4/1/2022 .
Property Details
160 acres that borders the Pratt Sandhills State Wildlife Management Area!!! In Unit 16.

This property sits about 15 miles to the northwest of Pratt and is on the northern border of the Pratt Sandhills State Wildlife Management Area. This area encompasses almost 6000 acres of sandhill prairie that has moderate to steep dune topography. There are also miles of multi-row shelter belts. This is very important to this property. First, this is all public hunting. In my opinion, that can make this property very valuable. When the pressure increases the deer will leave and head to private. This property has enough dune topography that deer can disappear and by heading a short distance across the road. It is also public hunting, so at any point in time you can head south of the road and hunt 6000 acres.

This 160 acres has one tree that could hold a stand in the northwest corner. It does in fact sit in a pretty good spot on the property for a feeder. The rest is all dunes and thigh high native grass mixed with some thick plum thickets. The dunes provide the topography for a deer to bed on southerly facing slopes in the fall and winter. The grass is tall enough to provide cover for them to disappear. In the middle of the property is a solar tank with a runoff pond. The deer from all around come to this for water. The landowner has a shed that sits by this tank/pond that the lessee is more than welcome to use. It is set up nicely for a hunter as you can see in the pictures below. A feeder can also be set up, once the cattle are off the property or can be set up before and with hog panels set up around it to keep the cattle from getting to the feeder.

My first thought is that this would be a spot for a rifle hunter but there is a possibility to bow hunt it. A hunter could shoot a bow out of the windows of the shed blind or from their own blind. The loan tree could also hold a stand and a corn feeder could have the deer coming to it on a feeding pattern.

The grass is pastured for cattle from April 1 - October 1. The landowner would like there to be no hunting on the property at this time but would be willing to permit the lessee to set up stands and feeders if they know the location. This would exclude muzzleloader season. There is also to be absolutely no smoking and no open flames on the property.

ATV's allowed for hunting purposes only, no trail riding, and avoid damaging the fence on the property.

$2 million hunting liability insurance included with lease
Property Features
  • Whitetail Deer Hunting Allowed
  • Pheasant Hunting Allowed
  • Quail Hunting Allowed
  • ATV's for Hunting Purposes Only
  • $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included
  • No Commercial Use Allowed
  • Cattle Grazing on Property
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