600+/- Acres in Southern Concordia Parish
This up and coming 600+/- acre tract is a paradise in the making. As the young planted native species trees grow, the deer and duck hunting just gets better and better. The 600+/- acre tract consists of 474.3 acres of planted trees, 66.7 acres of 4 different shallow water area’s(SWA), one of which is 50.5 acres, and 26 acres of 6 different food plots of 4-5 acres each. There is also a nice cypress brake on the property with mature trees surrounding it. The remaining acreage consists of rougly 6.5 acres in CRP buffer strip along the northern property line and up to the centerline of Willingham and Brewer Bayou’s on the western boundary. It also includes a 1-2 acre campsite that is right next to electricity and rural water lines. Legal, recorded access is off of La. Hwy 129(approximately 1/4 mile). This tract is roughly halfway between Monterey and Acme, less than a 1/2 mile from the Black River, right across the Larto/Honey Brake area and less than 10 miles from Richard K. Yancey WMA(Red River WMA).
This is Concordia Parish so we don’t have to remind you about deer genetics with big antlers and big bodies. It’s location between the Black River and the Mississippi, and its proximity to Angelina Plantation and the Larto/Honey Brake area make it a natural for duck hunting. The property has a good combination of both deer and duck hunting in an area of the state that is well known for both. Asking price is per acre. Owner financing may be available. A portion of the minerals may be negotiated. For a personal visit please call Carl Foreman at or Troy Thompson at or. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.