Ionine Creek Wetland
Ionine Creek Wetland is square quarter-section of land located in West-Central Grady County in the fertile Washita River valley. This property is part of over 760 acres of total contiguous developed wetlands. The property is situated on the farming flats near the confluence of Ionine Creek with the Washita River, and only two miles east of Lake Chickasha. The shallowly flooded moist-soil habitat is ideal for attracting and holding migratory waterfowl. Once a well-kept secret, Western Oklahoma is quickly gaining national attention as one of the best place to duck hunt due to large numbers of wintering mallards which congregate on scarce water sources scattered across miles of cropland.
*Verden, OK - 5 miles
*Chickasha, OK - 10 miles
*Norman, OK - 47 miles
*Oklahoma City - 55 miles
*DFW - 190 miles
*Dead-end gravel County Road access
*North CS 2770 Road
*Two drainage canals
*90+ acres of floodable wetland habitat
*Near Ionine Creek, Washita River & Lake Chickasha
*High water table
*Electricity available at gate
*Approximately +/-32 inches of annual precipitation
*Tillable, fertile soil in the Washita River bottom (Lela Silty Clay)
*Property enrolled in 30 year Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP)
*Enrolled 31 July 2003; will expire 31 July 2033
*Professionally developed duck hunting wetlands
*Native moist soil and aquatic vegetation
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