TBD CR 1905, Talco, Texas, 75487
Up for auction is +/-311 Acres of Recreatinal/Hunting Land along the Sulphur River. The Sulphur River begins at the confluence of its north and south forks along the Delta-Mar county line. The river merges about 4.7 miles northeast of Sulphur Bluff and 95 miles northeast of Dallas. It is 16 miles downstream from the Cooper Lake dam. Flowing eastward through several Texas counties, the Sulphur River provides most of the water for Wright Patman Lake, on the border between Bowie and Cass counties. The river flows southeastward through southwestern Arkansas for about 15 miles until it joins the southbound Red River east of Doddridge, a few miles above the Louisiana border.
This property is a hunter's dream with Sulphur River frontage, ponds, creeks and a duck hunting slough. You can enjoy riding ATVs, deer and hog hunting or just the peaceful tranquility that this secluded property has to offer. The Cottonwood Slough runs east/west across the southern portion of the property and there are multiple creeks crossing in that run into Cottonwood Slough. Ample whitetail deer and hogs, possible turkey and waterfowl. The entire property is in the Sulphur River flood plain. If desired the slough could be enlarged to create tremendous duck hunting potential. Lots of smaller timber, mostly hardwoods. It would be possible to clear areas and plant to grass for a cattle grazing ranch.