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Friday, October 29, 2010

Meramec River Frontage for Sale!

Here's a rare opportunity for you trout fishermen out there, especially if you like fishing the Meramec but can't stand walking up and down Cardiac Hill.

About 20 acres of Meramec River frontage land just downstream from Dry Fork is available for purchase. As the owner, you'd down the Cardiac Hill access road, through the gate, and through the property that used to include the fishing spot formally known as "cabin hole" (the cabin is gone, in case you've been living in a cave). That property is not for sale, but there is an agreement in place to allow the owner access. To the best of my knowledge, there are no improvements on the property, but there are plenty of flat spots for a hunting or fishing cabin, if you like. There's great deer and turkey hunting, and (of course) easy Meramec River access to some great trout water -- maybe the best on the river.

For those of you who know what it's like walking up Cardiac Hill wearing waders on a warm summer day, the price of purchase may be more than worth it just to have a place to park the car!

I don't know what the asking price is, but since the property is prime, be prepared to have your first offer declined. As far as woodland is concerned, this one is going to fetch a good price. But if you're interested, I'll be happy to pass on the owner's contact information. Just give me a shout by clicking HERE.


Blogger ANDY said...

is the land still for sale?

9:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No idea, but I bet it is. Shoot me an email, and I'll send you the owner's contact information.


8:47 AM  

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