Price Drop!!! BLUE RIVER PROPERTY!!!! Johnston County, OK 155 ACRES
Take a LOOK at the BLUE RIVER BEND RANCH located in Johnston County, OK. Enjoy the charm of this 155 acre property in the small community of Connerville. This ranch is a one of a kind ranch including some very unique features:including the Blue River running through the property. The Blue River receives its water from both precipitation runoff and springs, the spring water accounting for the clarity of the water. The high elevation area of the ranch begins on the northeast side where you'll find a great deer habitat. Trophy whitetail use this part of the property for cover, food and refuge. The mature hardwoods lead down into several native grass bottoms that join the river. Opportunities are endless for this section of the property. Ideal additions would be planting food plots; adding waterfowl impoundments or simply grazing cattle. This property truly has it all and to give you a bit of important history about the Blue River; it is one of the last free flowing streams in Oklahoma; water flows from its source to its mouth without dams or other man-made structures controlling the flow of water. Enjoy fishing for Smallmouth, Spotted, and Largemouth bass, Crappie, Catfish, and a varied community of panfish including the Long ear, Redbreast, Redear, and Green. Trout are stocked in the river at the Blue River Fishing Area north of Tishomingo, making it a designated Oklahoma trout stream from November 1 till March 31. This brings anglers to fish for rainbow and brown trout during the winter when the river waters are at their coldest, allowing you to enjoy year-round recreational variety.
This uniqueness of the Blue River has led to conservation efforts on miles of the river by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation with freshwater fishing, hunting, and hiking permitted. Canoeing and kayaking is popular along 9.5 miles of the river which has class II and III rapids, dropping over about 50 ledges and waterfalls from 2 to 12 feet high. Floating is best in the winter and spring as the river is too low in the summer except after rains. To help protect the aquifer and the land, the Nature Conservancy purchased 490 acres of land along the river near Connerville. The preserve was named the Oka' Yanahli, which in the Chickasaw language means "water flowing." This area belonged to the Chickasaw Indians during the 19th century. Here's your opportunity to own a piece of BLUE RIVER!!!!! Contact Levi Garrett @ 580-421-3165 for 155 acres on BLUE RIVER and ask for your private showing!
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Address & Coordinates
Connerville, OK 74856
Latitude: 34.4487, Longitude: -96.6210