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Excellent hunting, with waterfowl on this 320 acres in Creek County - Key West South
PC63+Q2J Stroud, Oklahoma
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Property Details

Excellent hunting property. Native grass, large timber, rolling hills with a good deal of water on property. At times has good waterfowl. Excellent deer, turkey and some hogs as well. Dove, Rabbits, Coyotes. Never overgrazed, grass is about 18″ tall as of 6/9/23. Crop fields nearby but none on property. General Info on Creek County Oklahoma: Creek County, Oklahoma, offers a variety of hunting opportunities for both residents and non-residents. The area is known for its diverse wildlife and ample hunting grounds. However, keep in mind that specific hunting seasons, regulations, and available game species may change from year to year, so it’s crucial to verify this information with the appropriate authorities. 1. Game Species: Creek County provides opportunities for hunting various game species, including white-tailed deer, wild turkey, waterfowl (ducks, geese), dove, quail, rabbit, and squirrel. The availability of specific species and their hunting seasons may vary, so it’s essential to check the latest regulations before planning your hunt. 2. Hunting Regulations: To hunt legally in Creek County, you’ll need to obtain the necessary hunting licenses and tags. The specific regulations, bag limits, and hunting seasons for each game species are set by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Be sure to familiarize yourself with these regulations to ensure you’re compliant and help maintain sustainable wildlife populations. 3. Safety: As with hunting anywhere, safety should be a top priority. Always follow firearm safety rules, wear appropriate clothing, and inform others of your hunting plans. It’s advisable to hunt with a companion, especially in unfamiliar areas. Please remember that hunting conditions and regulations can change, so we recommend contacting the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation or visiting their official website for the most up-to-date information on hunting opportunities in Creek County, Oklahoma.

Property Specifications
Property Size:
320 Acres
Cattle On Property?
Estimated Livestock Headcount:
Is Fishing Allowed?
Are family members allowed?
Are guests allowed?
Shared bag limit?
Corporate Lease?
Big Game Limits?
Landowner Requests
Landowner requires meeting before access is allowed
Landowner requires a phone or text notification before hunting
Camping Allowed
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Address: PC63+Q2J Stroud, Oklahoma
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Additional Landowner Requests

We do clear minor amounts of brush to improve our land but will not interfere with hunting. We will work with hunters so they have success and enjoy property. We are clearing a small group of trees at the very S end of the property by the road and corrals far away from the good hunting. Any down trees will be burned and pushed as weather permits but not to interfere with hunting. No Boats on ponds.




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Property Limits

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. 

A minimum of 4 points on each side
A minimum of 1.5″ diameter at base of antler
A minimum of 18″ main beam length
A minimum width of main beams of 16″ at widest point (unless tight basket rack that meets other requirements above.
Exceptions beyond the stated: Cull Buck with poor genetics or an injured buck

Purchase Annual Lease

Excellent hunting, with waterfowl on this 320 acres in Creek County – Key West South

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