This property is currently leased.
Lookeba OK Area, 240 acre hunting. Live creeks and the cover consists of Walnut, Hackberry and Cottonwoods. Wheat is planted as of Nov 2022. It has a great deer herd, turkeys and the occasional wild hog family comes rooting around. Possibility of geese. It has electric by the house for two trailer hookups.
General Info on the Area:
Caddo County, Oklahoma, offers hunting opportunities for a variety of game animals, including white-tailed deer, turkey, quail, dove, waterfowl, and small game. The county is situated in a transitional zone between the plains and the mountains, providing a diverse range of habitats that support a rich wildlife population. Overall, hunting in Caddo County, Oklahoma, offers a diverse range of game animals, beautiful natural landscapes, and ample hunting opportunities, making it a great destination for hunting enthusiasts. However, as with any hunting area, the success of the hunt can depend on many factors, including the season, weather conditions, and individual hunting skills.
Additional Landowner Requests
Tread lightly. DO NOT MAKE NEW ROADS. Stay on roads provided.
Feel free to reach out with any questions regarding this property!
Some landowners request additional limits to follow while on their property. Please review the property limit guidelines.
This landowner allows spouse and their children under 18 to participate in this agreement with all licensees.
If allowed by landowner, 1 Guest may be present per licensee outside of big game seasons. Only allowed to hunt small game – vermin, dove, quail, ducks, geese, rabbits, squirrels, fish etc. This does not allow for deer, elk, moose, bear, antelope, sheep, turkey etc to be harvested by a guest. No Big Game.
A shared bag limit where spouse and children under 18 harvests count towards the licensee’s state game limit (Big Game Only). Small game shall carry the states limit for each person.
A corporate lease allows licensee to bring guests for any season. The number of persons present at any given time can be restricted by landowner.