Mozart Hunting Club

Discussion in 'Hunting Clubs and Leases' started by medic22180, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. medic22180

    medic22180 Well-Known Member

    Can anyone tell me anything about the Mozart Hunting Club in Desha County?
     
  2. widow maker

    widow maker Well-Known Member

    it's expensive, but I have several friends in the club
     

  3. medic22180

    medic22180 Well-Known Member

    yea it is $225,000 for 1/55th ownership...
     
  4. Passthrough

    Passthrough Account Suspended

    I sure hope they got about 5000 or 6000 acres (and not all pine)
     
  5. WILDMAN44

    WILDMAN44 Well-Known Member

    100% river bottoms.
     
  6. fullcredit

    fullcredit Super Moderator Staff Member Sponsor

    It joins the south end of White River Refuge on the east side of the river. Has a lot of history of good deer. Awesome place.
     
  7. scott36

    scott36 Active Member

    A lot of timber cut last year but still good bottom land.
     
  8. medic22180

    medic22180 Well-Known Member

    I would like to see it. I e-mailed a guy about it and am waiting for him to get back with me.
     
  9. widow maker

    widow maker Well-Known Member

    you will definitely be impressed, not only does it have great hunting of all types, there is great fishing as well. If you gt the money and can get voted in, I say do it, places like this won't exist much longer
     
  10. mikeg

    mikeg Well-Known Member

    It's a nice place, I have some cousins in the club.
     
  11. jublain

    jublain Well-Known Member

    I've rabbit hunted it before. Awesome place!
     
  12. Doug Fryer

    Doug Fryer Well-Known Member

    My favorite place in the world to hunt deer. I've got a good friend that's a member. I don't think it's a straight across 225k to be a member. You can buy an existing membership for whatever the person wanting to sell out is willing to sell it for. That may or may not include a camp and there are some nice ones down there. They own 4k acres and lease an additional 4k from what used to be Anderson Tulley (can't remember who it is now) No baiting allowed but there are lots of food plots on the place. Steve Bowman wrote a really interesting article on the place when he was still the outdoor writer at the Demozette but I can't find it online.
     
  13. Manybeards

    Manybeards Premium Member<br>2009 Turkey Contest Winner<br>20

    Its in the heart of the best hunting in AR. If you have the money I believe you will be happy with it.