The Bughall Creek Property is located in Bullock County directly in the heart of the famous BLACKBELT REGION of ALABAMA. This tract is primarily surrounded by large landowners such as the Cornerstone Plantation, Shenandoah Plantation, and Parkman Cattle Company. Access to the property is from a paved county road. Water and power are also available. The internal road system is in good shape and allows passage in the wet season. As you can see from the stand map this tract is dominated by mature hardwoods. Also, there are areas of pine plantation that are now ready to be thinned; which, would allow you to immediately get a return on your investment. While I can go on about the beautiful mature hardwoods, which are exceptional, and the good internal road system, the main attribute of this property is the incredible hunting! The hunting on this tract is just about as good as it gets in Alabama. The wildlife including deer and turkey are not only abundant, but the quality of the game is outstanding. Natural food sources provided by the Oaks and other hardwoods supplemented by green fields and feeders provide an excellent source of food to attract all species of game in the area. Well positioned hunting stands are located in areas where the game is concentrated. A drain through a section of hardwood has been improved by adding a pipe with a control valve. By closing the valve in the wet season several acres of acorn producing oaks can be flooded to provide a wet season duck pond. I would welcome the opportunity to show you this tract. Please call me, Eric Leisy, 334-657-6707 to schedule a showing.
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