Ask Chad Carger
Good hunting ground is normally all about location and habitat. This tract is in the right spot, in the right county with all the right habitat. To start, the topography gives you a prominent change in elevation and with that you get different types of cover and scenery. The north and west side has a nice creek that meanders through the tree filled bottoms giving the wildlife a great place to bed, browse and drink without being disturbed. The "top" of the property has a great road system, food plots, grown up fields for bedding, shooting lanes as well as hardwood trees that are loaded with acorns. Muscadine and persimmon trees are also very prevalent on the property. The deer are all over the place and have been allowed to grow showing the real potential to harvest trophy animals. This farm attaches to a much larger block of timber that is surrounded by beans and corn.
This place is great for an avid deer hunter. Give us a call and lets go take a look!