305 acre bottomland hardwood timberland property in Concordia Parish, LA for sale. This is a great opportunity to buy a very secluded bottomland hardwood tract with great deer hunting and duck hunting. A natural low area in the center of the property floods in the winter making for a wonderful duck hunting hole. This area could be enhanced with a small water control structure and some vegetation management very easily and affordably and along with the waterfowl habitat on the adjacent Angelina Plantation, this could be a duck hunting honey-hole.
The deer in Concordia Parish are legendary and this property can be a great trophy deer hunting property. It bordered on two sides by WRP plantings and on two sides by the famed Angelina Plantation. The timber has recently been thinned but a good stand of young hardwood timber remains. The thinning will result in improved deer habitat as it will allow for increase growth of young, lush browse.
For those that may want to explore nearby public hunting or fishing , the property is only two miles (as the crow flies) and a few minutes drive from the massive, 70,000-acre Richard K. Yancey state Wildlife Management Area. Great bass and sac-a-lait fishing is also nearby in the Black River Lake / Horseshoe (Cocodrie) Lake complex.
The owners currently have a hunting lease and first right of refusal to purchase approximately 100 acres of cropland / wooded drains on the south side of the tract that can be assigned to the buyer.
It has public road access. Electric service is less than mile from the property.
Listing Agent Warren Peters
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