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900 River Front Acres and camp Located in Washington Parish just off of Hwy 10 on Pushepatappa Cut-off Road in Bogalusa, LA. This 900 acre tract consist of 2 tracts with easy access from one to the other but both front the Pearl River for a combined distance of approx 2 miles. Pear River frontage offers fishing and plenty of 4 acre or larger sandbars on each of the tracts in 3 different locations. The timber is 100% hardwoods with about 490 acres of nice big mature oaks and 410 acres of smaller hardwoods with scattered mature hardwoods throughout. The northern property has a natural lake that is slam full of white perch and is very scenic being nestled in the central location of the northern tract. Both properties offer very good hunting being located in the Pearl River Basin and show signs of deer at every turn. Duck hunting is well at hand here with smaller sloughs and a large oxbow lake (1.2 miles long) offering great duck potential throughout both tracts. This tract also offers smaller running water with frontage on the Pushepatappa Creek and Peters Creek that have access over by bridge. Do note approx. 300 acres of the property falls into Pearl River County Mississippi which is located on the east side of the oxbow lake. This 900 acres also adjoins 1675 acres that is for sale making for a larger opportunity if needed. This is one of those rare finds of hardwoods with river frontage in LOUISIANA. Asking $2,450/ per acre.
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