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Larry McEnnis contacted me about advertising on the site and recently signed up as a sponsor to help let hunters know about the property he has for sale.  If you have questions about the property, you can post them here in this thread and Larry can reply.  Or call or email him directly.  Aravaipa is one of my favorite areas.  Nice and remote and full of beauty and wildlife.  

property information:

240 acres + 40 acres of state lease land.  Great recreational property bordering Game Units 31 & 32 in the heart of Coues, Mule Deer, Javelina, Gould's Turkey and Desert Bighorn Sheep country.  State Land on two sides with private and Nature Conservancy on the other two.  Fully fenced with power (200 amp. panel) on the property.  The Aravaipa Creek flows through it (seasonal flow), 2 miles downstream from beautiful Klondyke, Az.  $280K ($1,167 per/ac.)  Contact Larry McEnnis @ lamcennis@gmail.com or (830) 890-5014

 

 

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WOW, that would be Amazing to own! Good luck with the sale.

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Love that area. Great for someone with the $. Hunted that area many times LOVE it. Allways game in the area............BOB!

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Thanks everyone, it is a great piece of property.  The Klondyke area holds all sorts of game, I've gotten pic's of bear and lion on my trail cam, tho only once.  The property is at 3500', so it's at the top end of mesquite and just starting into PJ's on the upper end.  Contact me and I can arrange to let you come and wander around on the place.   Larry.

 

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Here is an opportunity for CWT members to put in some funds and have a place to themselves.

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Seems like a very reasonable price. Would be nice if AZGFD could buy it and open it back to the public.

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There seems to be a problem with AZGFD from some of the people in Klondyke, and I have been asked by several not to sell to the G&F for various reasons.  

And while I'm at it; several years ago I thought I was being stopped out in the field by the Sheriff's Office but it turned out to be G&F.  A black truck, with a gold star on the door, and a storm trooper looking guy dressed all in black.  Is this what our G&F department is becoming?

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I have never been in that area before and am curious what direction you would access that property? From the 77 on the Mammoth side or the 70 on the Thatcher side?

Seriously have never been in that area at all but have seen signs for Aravaipa Canyon........thanks

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There are two ways to get there; depending of where you live, Phx or Tucson.  From Phx you'd take the 70 and get off at mile marker 313.5 on the Klondyke/Bonita road, from Tuc you'd go to Willcox and then north up to Bonita, then west to Klondyke.

The property is at the west end of the Aravaipa Canyon, it starts about 10 downstream from my place. 

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2 hours ago, Larry McEnnis said:

There seems to be a problem with AZGFD from some of the people in Klondyke, and I have been asked by several not to sell to the G&F for various reasons.  

And while I'm at it; several years ago I thought I was being stopped out in the field by the Sheriff's Office but it turned out to be G&F.  A black truck, with a gold star on the door, and a storm trooper looking guy dressed all in black.  Is this what our G&F department is becoming?

Answer to #2 is yes. 

Have you spoken to AZGFD about this property? Would you consider a conservation easement? Knowing conditions down there I am not surprised the animosity for AZGFD since they are a public agency and many of the property ow era down there prefer to lock up large tracts of public land by blocking off access with private land and locked gates.

It would be interesting to see what access your property might open up that neighbors would prefer to keep as their own private playground.

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