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South Dakota Pheasants and Cropland, South Dakota
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms
$768,000 / 320.00 Acres / Sold
Activities & Amenities
Very productive 320 acres of mostly crop land located 2.5 miles north and 1 mile west of Winner, South Dakota in Tripp County. This is your chance to own a property full of recreational and investment opportunity. This property will be a stable multi species hunting property for whitetail deer, pheasants, and predators. Leasing the hunting rights would be another option for an investor not personally interested in the hunting opportunities. The farm is very accessible by vehicle or UTV and includes a nice mix of habitats favored by the area wildlife. Recreational land in this area, especially with this income potential, is scarce. The soils rating allows most of the land to be cropped or developed for hunting. The seller will give possession at the end of the 2019 verbal lease.
The land is located 2.5 miles north and 1 mile west of Winner, South Dakota in Tripp County. On the west side of Winner, go north on 314th Avenue for 2 1/2 miles then west on 275th Street for one mile. Land is on the north side of the road. Visitors will find Winner halfway between Sioux Falls and Rapid City at the intersection of Highways 44 and 18. The municipal airport has two runways, the longest of which is 5,500 feet of concrete surface.
The acreage contains 320+- acres. The property is presently rented on a verbal lease and will expire at the end of the 2019 cropping season.
Winner is in the farm and ranch country of south-central South Dakota. Tripp County is a hunting paradise for sportsmen. Open prairie, wooded creeks and rolling hills provide the habitat for game and rivers, stock dams, and lakes offer quality fishing. State management programs such as depredations and stocking ensure the hunter’s success. Tripp County is known for top-notch pheasant hunting. In the past few years Tripp County has ranked #1 in South Dakota for pheasants harvested. Other game birds available in the area include grouse, partridge, prairie chicken, dove, and turkey. Mature spring gobblers weighing up to 25 pounds are baggable.
Big game such as trophy Whitetail and Mule Deer, along with Antelope roam the prairie. Many rivers and stock dams meander and dot the prairie containing large numbers of quality game fish. Species included are Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Crappie, all of which are in season year-round.
Increasing numbers of predators and rodents have led to excellent hunting opportunities. Hunters are particularly successful using calling and decoying techniques when hunting coyote. Tournaments and bounties are available periodically for coyote, fox, skunk, and prairie dog.
Locale & Recreation:
Winner is in south central South Dakota along the Oyate Trail at the crossroads of SD Highway 44 and US Highways 18 & 183. Agriculture is the backbone of our community. Tripp County is the largest cattle producer in South Dakota. Our farmers & ranchers also harvest a great deal of wheat and corn. Our open prairies and rolling hills provide an excellent habitat for a sportsman’s paradise. Winner is known for top-notch pheasant hunting. Deer, turkey, prairie dogs, grouse, prairie chicken, dove, and coyotes are also hunted in the area. The Winner Youth Fishing Pond is a wonderful way to spend the afternoon fishing. Should you desire to fish on the Missouri River, it is a scenic 30-mile drive.
A couple of unique landmarks to Winner are Leahy Bowl and the Winner Drive-In Theatre. If you happen to visit Winner in the summer, you will not be disappointed with the events at each of these attractions. The Winner Drive-In Theatre is one of very few Drive-Ins left in the USA. Leahy Bowl hosts many baseball games each summer and is well preserved by the community.
Winner rests in the heart of prime pheasant & grouse, deer and waterfowl country. With easy access and one of the highest annual bird harvests, Winner is your top hunting destination in South Dakota!
All mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the sellers will transfer with the real estate. Sellers make no representation regarding what mineral rights they presently own.
The 2018 real estate taxes payable in 2019 are $2795 annually.
Fences & Boundaries:
The perimeter of the property is not completely fenced. The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties with regard to location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations with regard to specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an “as is” condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist.
Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.
The current asking price is Seven Hundred Sixty-Eight Thousand Dollars ($768,000) or $2400 per acre.