Ask Chad Carger
Very rare opportunity to own an income producing hunting property in the Bayou DeView basin.
The level crop ground is watered by an electric well and was in corn in 2017 and soybeans in 2018 and 2019. The water works its way to the south end of the field allowing a great opportunity to pull a levee and flood the field when the crops are out to hold waterfowl next to the woods.
The timber itself is a variety of mast producing oak trees with a "brake" that runs NE to SW through the timber along the field. Although it will collect and hold water naturally, the savvy sportsman could run a small levee through the woods to control the water better. The electric well could easily supply water if it did not occur naturally from rain. In the center of the timber there are a couple grown up fields that would make stellar food plots to feed the whitetail that travel the wooded corridor.
This property is in the right part of the world to further develop for wildlife or lease out the farm and hunting for investment return.
- Return on Investment
- Awesome wildlife opportunities
- Good access
If these were all on your checklist, let's talk.