Just a few miles west of the Mississippi River and even closer to the Tensas River lies a 285 acre big buck thicket that is also packed with ducks, mallards included. Most of this property has been enrolled in WRP (Wetlands Reserve Program) for years. 54 acres is set up in shallow water areas (SWA) offering great duck hunting. There are 5 permanent wildlife openings (food plots) for deer hunting. A few acres of natural hardwoods (including one of the largest cypress trees in the state) border the north property line along Big Choctaw Bayou. This area, also known as Cooter Point is well known for great deer genetics with many big deer killed in this area. This property has been hunted very little in the past 8 years and is surrounded for miles by WRP, CRP, and bottomland hardwood forests. Buckhorn WMA, Big Lake WMA, and the Tensas River NWR are just a short drive away.
All deer stands plus in ground and skid type duck blinds will stay. Sufficient water to hunt can be supplied if needed by a 12 inch deep water well with 3 underground pipelines that can flood all the shallow water areas. It is powered by a complete portable power unit that stays with the property and can also be powered by tractor PTO.
Listen to this. 2 lodges situated on a separate 0.87 acre lot and a 1600 sqft like new metal building also are included with the property. Both lodges and the 40×40 ft metal building are behind a locked chain link fence. The campsite is landscaped with 2 large palm trees, fruit trees, and other shrubs and trees. Both lodges have their own sewer systems, electric meter box, central air and heating units. Water is furnished by Tensas Rural Water Service. The metal building has 3 large roll up doors (one electric) and sits on a heavy concrete slab with an extended uncovered slab.
The smaller lodge is mostly open with a complete kitchen with appliances, full bath, large storage room and open dining/den area and has a covered porch with slab on 2.5 sides. It is approximately 140 years old and was moved on the property and completely restored. The heated and cooled area consists of 650 sqft. With an additional 652 sqft of covered porch on a slab.
The larger lodge is an old home that was tastefully and beautifully restored. It has 3BR, 1 Bath, storage closets and large open area and complete kitchen with top quality appliances. It has 1296 sqft. heated and cooled with an additional 864 sqft of porches and patio. You’ll see some high grade and quality cypress in the lodges. Everything stays except for 2 or 3 personal antiques. They are completely furnished and ready to move in. Asking price is an acre. For more information or to schedule a showing please contact Carl Foreman at or or Troy Thompson at or Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.