The Little Bodcau Tract offers high quality hunting opportunities for native game such as white-tailed deer, squirrel, waterfowl, and eastern wild turkey, as well as, wild and feral hogs. The tract consists of native bottomland hardwoods and has approximately 1/4 mile frontage along Little Bodcau Creek with some frontage on Flat Bois DArc Creek also. The timber has recently been thinned offering high visibility and ease for moving through the woods. Situated between Hope and Lewisville, the tract provides the outdoor enthusiast the convenience of getting to the woods, but still has the ideal remote location for enjoying a worthy hunting experience.
From the intersection of AR Hwy 29 and Lafayette County Road 25 north of Lewisville, travel east/norhteast on Lafayette 25 approximately 1.5 miles to find woods road
on the left (north side of county road) marked with KFS Flagging. Turn left (north) onto woods road and continue to cable gate (Gate combo: 5200). Continue west on woods road approximately 0.3 miles to the east boundary line of tract marked with KFS Sign and Flagging.
Gate Combo: 5200
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