Ferry Landing Trophy Whitetails
This property is one of the most proven trophy whitetail properties available in the southeast. Located on the Mississippi River with 2+/- miles of river frontage; this is the most sought after area of trophy whitetails in the south. This tract possesses very fertile soils which are the key for strong antler and timber growth. The owner has had this property intensely managed for trophy whitetails for 15 years. This tract also has exceptional duck and turkey hunting. This is a turnkey property with 28 strategically located food plots and stands. The property consists mainly of a beautiful stand of Mississippi River bottom hardwoods with the balance in 4+/- year old planted hardwood timber. The timber has been expertly managed by the same forester for 35 years. This tract is enrolled in the WRP program. There are two locations inside the levee that could be used for potential camphouse sites with additional property available outside the levee to use as camphouse locations as well. This tract would also make a perfect equity share club for multiple owners. This turnkey property is ready for a new owner! Call agents for details: Bob Jamison 205-454-2239 or Lee Skinner at 662-549-2095.
Good road system throughout the property
2+/- miles of Mississippi River frontage
Proven history of producing Boone & Crockett Whitetails
Property has been intensely managed for both timber and trophy deer for 15 years
28 established food plots planted with a blend of wildlife seeds
All deer stands remain with the property
The Tunica and Coahoma county line intersects the property. This line is the Chickasaw/Choctaw Treaty Line which was created by the Confederate States of America in 1861.
Until the bridge was opened in 1961, this property is where the ferry boats carried automobiles and trains across to Arkansas. These ferry boats were named the "Duncan" and the "Pelican".
Taxes: (Call Agent for Details)