The owners of Wildlife Enterprises Inc. is offering a 1/10th share of this beautiful property. This is a very unique opportunity to own your own sporting paradise along with a lake place. This 742+/- acres sits along the bank of Lake Sinclair in the heart of central Georgia. Lake Sinclair is famed for its crappie and bass fishing. There are quite a few ducks and geese that can be hunted on the lake as well. This opportunity allows you to have all the amenities that you can want at a fraction of the price. It is truly a sportsman's family paradise.
Hancock county is one of our state's quality management counties and provides the deer with the opportunity to grow older and bigger. This property has produced some giants in the 140" class. The gentlemen that own this property are a great group of guys that are looking to sell one of their original ownership stakes to one lucky buyer. The property has beautiful hardwood drains, planted pines and upwards of 10 food plots with more to come. There is a 2 bay enclosed tractor shed, cooler, game cleaning station and camper hookups. If you would like to build a lake house, then that can be arranged as well. Several of the members have houses overlooking beautiful lake sinclair now. It is just a short drive to Eatonton or Milledgeville. The property is also about an hour and forty five minutes from Atlanta or Augusta. If you are interested in this opportunity please call Adam Lee at 803-603-6600
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