Northwest of Jonesville, LA
195 +/- acres deer and duck hunting tract in Catahoula Parish, LA
This tract will provide the new owner with deer and duck hunting along with crawfish farming in the spring. It is a well-established tract that was planted in bottomland hardwoods in 2003-2004 as part of a conservation easement. The tract is situated along the east boundary of the 18,000+ acre Bushley Bayou Unit of the Catahoula National Wildlife Refuge which provides excellent backup habitat for deer. Here is a link to more information about the Refuge.
There is also a large shallow water area and a natural slough that has provided the current owner with some excellent duck hunting. An electric well and a water control structure will help you maintain water levels as needed for ducks and crawfish.
There are some established food plots and a well-developed interior road/trail system throughout the tract.
A camp site area with electricity and the water well is in the center of the tract along Cypress road. A large, elevated pad is in place for you camp. The property can flood with backwater in prolonged, severe weather, but the pad is above all prior water levels the owner has any history of.
Utilities: electricity and water well on site
Location: Southwest of Harrisonburg, LA and northwest of Jonesville, LA on the south side of Hwy 126 at Cypress road approx. 4 miles from Hwy 124. It’s along the east boundary of the Catahoula Wildlife Refuge.
Access: Hwy 126 and Cypress road
Legal Description: Situated in Section 13, T8N, R5E and Section 18, T8N, R6E, Catahoula Parish, LA
NOTE: Buyer’s Agents please see the RecLand site for information regarding commission.
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