This 220-acre outdoorsman?s dream hunting property is located in the NE corner of Winn Parish, LA, approximately 20 minutes north of Sikes and 1.5 hours NE of Alexandria, with good access via a gravel road on the north boundary. Caney Creek is the west and southern boundary of property with over a mile of creek frontage.
With mostly bottomland hardwoods and over 30 acres of recently thinned thirteen-year-old-pine, the deer habitat is sure to improve. The remaining acres have also been thinned with a good stand of oak and other mast trees.
Deer, turkey, hog, duck, squirrel and rabbit are abundant on this tract that has had little hunting pressure in the past three years. With over 50 acres of flooded timber and cypress sloughs, the duck hunting is great. Turkey hunting opportunities abound with many gobblers seen regularly throughout the property. Standing in flooded timber in the early morning hunting Mallards is what most duck hunters dream about. Top that off with an afternoon deer hunt. It just doesn?t get any better!
A 40' x 50' unfinished, metal camp house stays with this property. There are no easements on the tract.
To schedule a tour or for more information, please contact Steve Oertling 337-849-7865 or [Email listed above].