209.77 Acres in St. Landry Parish
Great hunting tract for an individual, group or family. Offering deer, duck, and small game hunting
REDUCED!!! 209.77 Acres St. Landry Parish
Located in the Big Cane community of northern St. Landry Parish, at the intersection of La. 361 and La. 107, this 209.77 acre tract would make a great hunting tract for an individual, group or family. Offering deer, duck, and small game hunting, 164.19 acres of this tract are enrolled in a Wetland Mitigation Covenant similar to WRP while the remaining 45+/- acres are unencumbered. The portion in the mitigation covenant was planted in hardwood trees, mostly oaks, 20+/- years ago, which are beginning to drop acorns. The covenant also has a timber harvest and management plan to allow for some timber cutting. The remaining 45.58 acres which are unencumbered has some bigger hardwood and cypress timber on it right now and could be cut if so desired for some immediate return on your investment. There is a shallow water area with a couple of openings and a water control structure on the south end,and, slough that crosses a pipeline right of way on the north end that offer some duck hunting. The same pipeline offers a large area to plant as a food plot as well as several smaller areas along the roads throughout the property for additional plots and plenty of stand sites. The area of larger timber will hold some squirrels as well as the smaller trees now that they have started producing acorns. The property borders thousands of acres of timberland for plenty of back up. The main access to the property is along Hwy 107 on the south end and there is another entrance of of Hwy 361 a little further north. About 45 minutes from Lafayette and an hour or so from Baton Rouge this property is conveniently located and easy to get to. Asking price is $2383 per acre.
For more information or to schedule a showing please call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622.
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Contact: TROY THOMPSON