Last Updated : 07/23/2016

MS Delta Ducks, Deer & Farmland Properties
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Cris Wilson, Broker
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Six Mile Lake Get Away Cabin

The McIntyre Scatters in Malmaison WMA offers some of the most outstanding timber duck hunting in the Mississippi Delta. Six Mile Lake is part of the network of bayous, oxbows, and sloughs comprising the wetlands of Malmaison. This is a prime opportunity to own two cabins situated directly overlooking Six Mile Lake in the heart of the winter waterfowl migration. The main cabin is two bedrooms, two baths with a living / eating area. The adjoining cottage is three bedrooms, two baths with a living / eating area and a porch overlooking the lake. The camp will comfortably accommodate a 10 person hunt group.

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Equen Plantation Woods


130+/- Acre Equen Plantation Woods

The Mississippi Delta is renowned for its outstanding duck hunting opportunities. The beautiful flooded brakes and wetlands are unsurpassed as a setting to hunt wintering waterfowl. The Equen Plantation Duck Woods is located in northern Leflore County. This 130+/- acres of flooded timber is what duck hunting dreams are made of. The lodge is 3,800 sq. ft. on a wooded lot bordering the brake. Situated behind the historic Equen Plantation home, the 3 bedroom, 3 bath lodge is move in ready. The large great room cries out for tales of the morning hunt. If you've been searching for an elite duck hunting property, the search is over.

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Yalobusha River WRP


290 +/- Acre WRP Tract

290+/- acres of WRP (wetland reserve program) lying in a bend of the Yalobusha River. The Yalobusha Timber Co. Recreational Property boasts an exceptional hunting pedigree for both ducks and whitetail deer. The property has three (3) water control structures that flood approximately 70 acres, one (1) water well, five (5) upland food plot locations & an established road system. The property is located in close proximity to State & Federal Wildlife refuges. There are also several well-established clubs and private land owners that are managing for ducks and deer.

Contact MS Delta Ducks, Deer & Farmland Properties, Inc., a MS Licensed Real Estate Company (662) 455-6556.






Properties for Sale Not Included on Web Listing
  Representing the Buyer

In the current real estate market investors in farmland and recreational properties are more frequently hiring real estate brokers to represent them. This relationship is referred to as Buyer's Agency where the real estate agent owes to the buyer the fiduciary duties of loyalty, confidentiality, obedience, disclosure, full accounting and the duty to use skill, care and diligence (follow web site link to 'Working with a Real Estate Broker' for a detailed disclosure of agency). The investor discusses his investment criteria with the agent who in turn seeks to locate a property most closely meeting the buyer’s guidelines. The buyer is the principal/client, and the broker is the agent who is compensated upon the purchase of a property. In some cases the compensation is paid by the buyer, but, more frequently, the seller of the property agrees to pay a commission from the sales price at closing. In today's farmland economy the business climate favors the seller. Most properties are not listed prior to sale and do not appear on web sites or in publications prior to being placed under contract. Instead, an agent who is heavily involved in the industry offers these properties to investors represented by the agent. Cris Wilson, Mississippi Licensed Real Estate Broker, welcomes the opportunity to discuss the options available to you as a represented buyer (either exclusively or on a transactional basis) or as a seller seeking access to his represented investors. Outline your investment criteria and join the ranks of Cris's clients who have successfully purchased a property with his advice and representation or talk with Cris about having your property presented as a seller to his pool of investors.

Contact MS Delta Ducks, Deer & Farmland Properties, Inc., a MS Licensed Real Estate Company (662) 455-6556.








   Properties Sold


Holmes County Cotton Farm
  - Sold -

197+/- Total Acres in Holmes County

197+/- Total Acres with 190+/- FSA Cropland Acres located in the Delta region of Holmes County, Mississippi. Soil types are Class 1 & 2 Dubbs, Dundee and Adler. The farm has one (1) center pivot irrigation system that irrigates approximately 70% of the farm. Closed on February 26, 2016 with MS Delta Ducks, Deer & Farmland Properties, Inc. serving as a buyer’s agent.




Tallahatchie County River Bend Farm
  - Sold -

820 +/- acre Tallahatchie County River Bend Farm

820 +/- Total Acres with 805 +/- Farmland Acres located in a bend of the Tallahatchie River in Southern Tallahatchie County, Mississippi. Soil types are mostly Class 1 & 2 Dubbs and Dundee. There are three (3) irrigation wells on the property with one (1) center pivot. Other improvements consist of a main plantation home overlooking the Tallahatchie River and farm headquarters with equipment shed, shop, and office. Closed on February 17, 2016 with MS Delta Ducks, Deer & Farmland Properties, Inc. serving as a buyer’s agent.




Holmes County Hunting Land
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Holmes County Hunting Land

Hunting Land - 120+/- acres of gated, mixed hardwood timber and pasture land with cabin site on a graveled county road. Located in Holmes County, this property boasts an internal road system, two ponds, and two small creeks. Deer and turkey management practices are in place as well as habitat to support bobwhite quail. List price is $2,400 per acre. Cris Wilson – Cooperating Broker




McKibben Farm
- Sold -

724 acre Silty Soil Farm

Highly Improved Silty Soil Farmland Investment
  • 724 +/- Gross Acres
  • 610 +/- Cropland Acres
  • 100% Irrigated
  • 6 Irrigation Wells
  • Precision-Leveled Fields
  • Underground Pipe and Riser System
  • Strong Cotton Base
  • Located in Close Proximity to Hillside Wildlife Refuge


Contact MS Delta Ducks, Deer & Farmland Properties, Inc., a MS Licensed Real Estate Company (662) 455-6556.




Humphreys County Recreational Property
  - SOLD -

145+/- acres of mature bottomland hardwood trees

145+/- acres of mature bottomland hardwood trees (willow oaks & water oaks) that were planted in 1999. This property is divided into three (3) tracts which allows it to be effectively managed to maximize its wildlife potential without putting excessive pressure on one area. The tracts are located in a strong wildlife area in Humphreys County, Mississippi boasting a solid duck and deer pedigree.





Harvested Carroll County, MS Tree Farm
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75+/- Acre Tree Farm

This 75 +/- acre investment/recreational property has been owned by large timber companies for the past 20 + years and managed for pine and hardwood timber production. Recently harvested the tract has county road and Hwy 17 frontage with outstanding access. The rolling hills also boast a cold water creek running through the heart of the property. The recreational opportunities include excellent deer and turkey hunting.




Providence Plantation
  - SOLD -

750+/- Acre Cotton Farm

Cris Wilson serving as a buyer's agent placed a 750 +/- acre silty loam farm under performance contract. The property has outstanding soils with a mixture of pivot and furrow irrigation. Farm headquarters and shop as well as recreational hunting - though the primary focus is on production.




Mary Wilson Family Trust Farm
  - SOLD -

200 +/- acre grain farm

Cris Wilson serving as a buyer's agent placed a 200 +/- acre grain farm under performance contract. The property is 65% irrigated utilizing natural topography. Buyer plans to precision-level and irrigate 100% of the cropland. Terms of sale are consistent with current market conditions.




Hamilton Plantation
  - SOLD -

1,500 +/- acre silty loam farm

Cris Wilson serving as a buyer's agent placed a 1,500 +/- acre silty loam farm under performance contract. The property has outstanding soils with a mixture of pivot and furrow irrigation. Farm headquarters and shop as well as recreational hunting - though the primary focus is on production.




Glenmary Plantation
  - SOLD -

Mississippi River Sandy Loam Farm

Cristopher Wilson as a buyer's agent:
- 400 +/- acre farm with a first class soil profile.
- 350 +/- acres of cropland together with +/- base acres:
   * Upland Cotton - 157 acres @ 1248 lbs per acre payment yield;
   * Soybeans - 131 acres @ 27 bu per acre payment yield;
   * Wheat - 9 acres @ 34 bu per acre payment yield;
   * Grain Sorghum - 52 acres @ 50 bu per acre payment yield.




Bobo Bayou Farm
  - SOLD -

228.5 +/- acre farm located in Quitman County. 208.7 acres enrolled in USDA Conservation Reserve Program with payments through 2013. Two (2) annual wildlife food plots of five (5) acres each. Plots can be rotated or relocated on an annual basis. Six (6) year old hardwood tree plantings. Water control structure on site to be installed to provide the biological benefits of a wetland. Excellent recreation property with annual income flow. Strong waterfowl area.


Duck Hunters Cabin on 6 Mile Lake
  - SOLD -

This duck hunting cabin for sale is in close proximity to outstanding duck leases and public duck hunting in the Mississippi Delta. The duck hunting lodge is located on the banks of Six Mile Lake which is part of the network of lakes and sloughs comprising McIntyre Scatters, an outstanding venue for flooded timber hunting. The 1600 square foot 2 bedroom / 2 bath cabin has a furnished, open-concept floor plan with a screened porch, storage shed and storage container on site. A prime opportunity to locate your hunting club in the heart of Mississippi duck hunting.



Big Oak Duck Camp
  - SOLD -

40+/- acres of duck hunting land for sale in the Mississippi Delta. Located in a strong waterfowl area in close proximity to some of the most productive managed duck leases and duck clubs in the Mississippi Delta. This duck hunting property consists of 28(+/-) acres of floodable bottomland hardwood. The greentimber is populated with Red Oak, White Oak, Water Oak and a variation of Gum trees. The tract of timber is levied with a water control structure to enhance wildlife and tree management programs.

In addition to the expanse of timber, this duck hunting property has 10(+/-) acres of precision-leveled farmland, which can be utilized for production or as a wildlife food plot. The field is equipped with two water control structures and a six-inch electric irrigation well.

This is a complete duck hunting property with a camp house located on site. A converted farm headquarters, the duck clubhouse has four rooms consisting of a mudroom, den/kitchen, bunkroom and bathroom. The cabin currently sleeps nine duck hunters. Call for pricing on this available duck hunting property.


Equen Duck Woods and Lodge
  - SOLD -

Duck hunt in your backyard on this 136+/- acre tract consisting of flooded timber and a large 3,800 sq. ft. lodge that joins the woods. This property is located in the heart of the MS Delta Flyway in one of the strongest waterfowl communities in the Delta. Cris served as a buyer’s agent to place this property under a performance contract.


147 acre Duck Camp in Drew, MS
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Camp house located on 147 acres (40 CRP) approximately three (3) miles northeast of Drew. The camp sits on a old house site just off a lightly traveled gravel road. The camp consists of a one bedroom cabin: queen bunk beds, bath w/ stall shower, den and kitchen, central air and heat. Refrigerator and cooktop/oven are included. The camp has potable well water, Delta Electric power, and a good septic system. The cabin is a custom built portable cabin which was bought new in 2008 blocked and tied down with wooden skirting.

The camp also has a large equipment shed which uses two shipping containers as sides. One of the containers has been converted to a bunkhouse. The bunkhouse has Sheetrock walls, Pergo type wood flooring, kitchen sink, counters, cabinets and refrigerator. The bathroom is large with a stall shower. There is a window unit heat and air conditioner (new 2008). There are currently one bunk and one single bed for a total of three. The single could easily be replaced with a bunk for a capacity of four. On the outside wall of the container a camper hookup is available, with 50 amp power, water, and sewer. At the back of the container is a covered duck cleaning area with stainless counter, water, lighting, and concrete floor. The other container provides dry storage complete with shelving and is properly lit with fluorescent lights. It will hold several four wheelers and ample hunting gear. There is a covered concrete pad behind this container for cleaning deer with winch included. The large parking area has a deep covering of gray slag. All accesses to the facilities have slag - no mud. The other areas are Bermuda grass. There is a nice size field behind the camp for storing implements. A 6420 John Deere and 15' bush hog easily fit under the shed. There is also a small shed next to the cabin with washer/ dryer hook ups and wader racks. A small electric heater has been utilized to help dry the waders. The land directly behind the camp is 40 acres of CRP which provides income and shields the duck holes from the cabin. The 40 acres below the CRP consists of two catfish ponds (one planted with corn and flooded, the other open water with millet on the shallow edges). In front of the open water pond is about 15 acres of flooded corn, to the north of the corn is nine (9) acres of rice, and to the east of the corn is 10 acres of sunflowers (for dove season). The south boundary of the property is five (5) acres of lowland timber (mostly oaks). This area typically floods during duck season. There is a nice blind on the flooded corn and the rice field. You can hunt both simultaneously and put a group in either of the catfish ponds. The edges of the pond with corn are lined with willows which provide excellent cover. The mallards use this very secluded pond to roost. Hunters use pop-up blinds around the open water or hide in the brush Both the ponds, the rice, and the corn are irrigated by a new electric well and all necessary dikes and water control systems are present. It is ready to hunt.

The 67 acres on Quiver River is all young CRP, except for 20 acres in the middle which is flooded corn, six (6) acres of hardwood timber joining the river, and four (4) acres of hardwood timber on the western boundary. The property joins the Quiver River on the east for well over 1000'. The Quiver River is well known for its duck production, especially when it floods. Great winter population of migrating mallards as well as wood ducks. There is a nice blind on the corn and a stand of willows where the corn follows the natural drainage to the river (drainage is controlled). A new electric well irrigates all the corn. This hole is capable of hunting two (2) groups as configured. The deer hunting is good at the camp, but is excellent along the river. Owners have a very nice shooting house on the river and a new ladder stand in the west timber. There are food plots at both locations



316 +/- Acre Untamed and Natural Recreational Investment
  - SOLD -

• swampy areas full of wildlife
• Flooded timber hunting
• Land-management programs supporting the existing environment
• Levee System
• 3 screw-gate water control structures
• 2 boat landings
• Internal road system
• 6 wildlife food plots
• $13,000 plus annual CRP payments
• Bobo Bayou runs through


Blacktop Brake
  - SOLD -

42 total FSA acres

Additional features: Flooded Delta brake populated with cypress and tupelo gum surrounded by mature green timber. Due north of Mallard's Inn private waterfowl club. Excellent small duck and deer hunting property.


Bobo Bayou Farm
  - SOLD -

228.5 +/- acre farm located in Quitman County. 208.7 acres enrolled in USDA Conservation Reserve Program with payments through 2013. Two (2) annual wildlife food plots of five (5) acres each. Plots can be rotated or relocated on an annual basis. Six (6) year old hardwood tree plantings. Water control structure on site to be installed to provide the biological benefits of a wetland. Excellent recreation property with annual income flow. Strong waterfowl area.


Delta Timber Tract
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This property consists of an 80 acre tract of timber located in Leflore County and has been the location of duck and deer hunting through the years. The low lying area of the tract was utilized as a small green-tree reservoir. This is an area of low lying hardwood forest which is temporarily flooded during the fall and winter months to attract migrating waterfowl. Mallards and pintails are considered as trophy ducks. The favored location for hunting these species of ducks, along with wood ducks, is in a green-tree reservoir.

Historically, much of the Mississippi Delta would become a large green-tree reservoir during the rainy fall and winter months. The bayous and rivers crisscrossing the region would spill from their banks flooding the low lying forested areas. Migrating waterfowl would settle into these flooded areas, feeding on seeds dropped from the hardwood timber. As much of the forested area was cleared to make room for agricultural operations the green-tree reservoirs disappeared. Waterfowl were relegated to the flooded open agricultural fields as well as the year round flooded tupelo gum and cypress brakes. Hunters adjusted their practices, hunting from boats in the brakes and from blinds (pit and sled) in the open fields. However, in recent years productive hunting clubs have returned to developing and managing green-tree reservoirs.

Our recommendation is that the existing reservoir on this property be improved through proper management practices:

  • Two major drainage canals converge on this property. One of the most important features in locating a green-tree reservoir is the selection of an area with dependable water supplies. Water control structures should be installed to utilize the water source. Screw-gate, drop-log and flash-board riser water control structures are all suitable for use in green-tree reservoirs. The structures are closed to capture water in October through February. The water is released in February (after the hunting season) to allow normal drainage to occur without any long term flooding from March - September. This prevents stressing or killing the hardwoods.
  • Timber management is important in a green-tree reservoir. Currently the timber is a mixture of 10 to 15 year old hardwood trees. The area was allowed to grow up. The younger hardwoods are currently very thick in most areas. These younger trees should be thinned in the expanded reservoir (which will occur by use of the water control structures). In addition because the area is classified as cropland by the Farm Services Agency, the areas can legally be cleared complete with removal of the stumps (stump removal is not allowed in classified wetland areas). This should be done in several spots to create sites for food. For openings that remain moist or wet most of the year, native wetland plants can produce desirable duck food. Japanese millet should be planted in these open spaces in mid to late July. In the dryer open areas, hybrid corn may be planted in addition to the millet.
  • Key to the success of the management and development of a green-tree reservoir is proximity to traditional waterfowl wintering grounds and flight paths. This property’s location in a historically strong waterfowl area makes it ideal. Wood duck population can also be enhanced by placing nesting boxes in and along the wooded areas. This species of duck chooses to nest in the southern states as opposed to migrating.



Six Mile Lake Duck Lodge
  - SOLD -

2000 plus square foot duck lodge located on the banks of Six Mile Lake. Ideal camp house for large group of waterfowl enthusiasts. Six Mile Lake is part of the network making up the McIntyre Scatters - known for its outstanding duck hunting. Outstanding duck leases available in the area as well as public hunting.


80 acre rice/grain farm
  - SOLD -

80 acre rice/grain farm consisting of 78 +/- acres of cropland which is precision leveled into two 40 acre sections. The farm has an irrigation well and riser which supplies water to the two sections. This farm is an excellent improved piece of land with a nice recreational waterfowl pedigree.