- 120 +/- acres
- Located West of Grand Pass CA
- Historic “Sambo Slough” Duck Club
- Excellent waterfowl hunting
- Wakenda Bottoms
“There are only two places you can shoot a mallard duck, one is a place he wants to go. The other is a place he doesn’t mind going to.” Wise words from one of the waterfowl industry’s most respected legends, Jim Ronquest. This 120 +/- acre historic Sambo Slough Duck Club for sale is one of those places a duck won’t mind dropping into after he gets his belly full and is looking for a quiet spot to hang out for the day.
Grand Pass Conservation Area is located 2 miles east of the property, it holds a staggering amount of mallards during the peak of the migration. At times there are more than 500,000 ducks using the conservation area and the Missouri River. For decades, the mallards will use the agricultural fields to the west of Grand Pass in the river bottom to feed. Massive amounts of mallards will get over this attractive WRP tract in search of food and on their way back. Sambo Slough runs along the north end of the property. Sambo rarely freezes as it has enough current to keep water open, even during the coldest times of the winter.
It will set up nicely as a loafing area, managed primarily for moist soil. As the willows grow along the edges of the property, it will become more and more secluded. This creates an exceptional opportunity to shoot birds looking for a place to get out of the wind and away from pressure. Sambo could be hunted hard during the peak of the migration, due to the fact that you will be hunting traffic.
The Missouri Rivers bottoms near Grand Pass is world-renowned for its ridiculous ability to hold ducks late in the year. It is very rare that a property comes available in the Wakenda bottoms, don’t miss your chance to get in the game.
For more information, call or text Jody Graff (660) 973-1606.