Tired of leasing hunting land? Less than buys you 56 secluded acres in big buck producing Worth County, Georgia. The Marlin Tract has a tributary to the Warrior Creek flowing through the property, making this tract home to a healthy deer population that has been under hunted for years. Pictures soming soon.
The tract has a mix of +-2003 upland pine/hardwood natural regeneration; mature upland pine and hardwood timber; and mature bottomland timber. The regeneration areas are coming back in a nice mix of pine and oak that is clean and huntable, and suitable for periodic prescribed burning. Several openings including a natural gas pipeline right of way provide ample areas for planting food plots.
With Worth County being a desirable place to raise a family, the Marlin Tract would be an ideal future development tract. The Sumner Lakes Subdivision to the east could easily be extended west onto the Marlin Tract.