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The Long Hollow Ranch is historically a producer of large whitetail deer and limits of waterfowl. Located on the Walnut Bayou bottom land corridor, this property is the ideal combination of thick cover and edge habitat that lends itself to growing and holding game. This property has 77.5 acres of WRP (Wetlands Reserve Program) that consists of a 6.34 acre developed wetland impoundment with screw valve gates and a 4.69 acre natural duck slough, both are connected and compliment one another with the water level management system.
*Marietta, OK - 12 miles
*Ardmore, OK - 21 miles
*Oklahoma City - 117 miles
*DFW - 96 miles
*3/10 of a mile of county road frontage Long Hollow Road
*Just 10 minutes West of I-35 on Oswalt Road, and 21 miles North of the Texas line
*6.34 acre engineered duck impoundment
*4.69 acre natural duck slough with native moist-soil habitat
*Over 850 acres of watershed drainage down Long Hollow into the impoundment
*+/- 38" of average annual rainfall
*Topography ranging from 730' - 790'
*Native & bermuda grass
*Thick, brushy areas
*Managed wetlands & sloughs
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