794 ac yeararound recreational property with large camp in Tensas parish, LA This is the type tract people are looking for that can truly offer it all in northeast LA. This bottomland hardwood tract will provide duck hunting in the morning, trophy bass fishing during the day and the opportunity to hunt big bucks in the evening. Heck, the current owners even killed limits of doves numerous times last year, too. It is very private behind a pipe gate and easily accessed on rock roads and miles of welldeveloped interior roads & trails. The tract has a lot of diversity. It is enrolled in the WRP program and is mostly mature hardwoods and sloughs. The camp area, 10 ac pond area and a 40+ acre field are not in WRP. There are many established food plots and a dozen or more box stands & tripods scatted throughout the tract. The current and previous owners practiced very good deer management using DMAP and a hired wildlife biologist. The tract borders the 11,000+ acre Buckhorn WMA and is just across the highway from the Tensas Refuge & Big Lake WMAall providing exceptional wildlife habitat backup. The large timber can be managed by the owners for selective harvest. The current owners have a plan pending now to thin approx. 400 acres. You can enjoy duck hunting in the flooded oaks and cypress trees along the natural sloughs. Kill a few woodie drakes early then work mallards as they lock up on your hole. The WRP plan for the large timber includes the possible installation of 2 water control structures that will help you manage the water in the winter. Turkeys? Ive personally seen them on the property. The habitat is not the best due to the thick palmetto, but proper management of the 40 acre field could help keep birds on the tract. The camp sits on approx. 4 acres and is a 5 bed/3 bath, 2500+ square feet house built in 2002. It has a large open kitchen/living area, fireplace, large mudroom and a big front porch. It is very nice without being over the top and will comfortably accommodate a couple of families or a large group. Appliances & most furnishings to remain. A large metal barn with closedin area and walkin cooler provides a space to store equipment and clean and store game & fish. The camp area is next to the stocked trophy bass pond that is managed by a biologist. A submersible pump/well is available to maintain the water in the pond. The pond/well will be owned in part with the 2 other adjacent camps. Minerals: Sellers reserve 50% of the 50% they own. Location: Approx. 10 miles west of Newellton, LA on Hwy 4 and 5.5 miles east of the Tensas river bridge. Asking Price: $2,219,000 Call Pat Porter, owner/agent, @ 318.281.4900 or see the RecLand site for all our listings.