Timber Tract and Big Deer Hunting, West Carroll Parish, La.
West Carroll Parish has long been noted as a very good deer hunting area with plenty quality bucks This tract has a lot of desirable habitat with several different timber types ranging from grown up non-merchantable thickets to mature hardwood timber bottom and pine stands.
There are also several hundred acres of similar timber property for backup thick cover habitat. This tract is also adjacent to cropland, usually planted in beans or corn for extra nourishment. A pipeline Right of way also provides an area for planting a few food plots and good access.
Most of the higher ground is planted pine. Hardwood flats are mostly oak.
Come see a great place. Tracts like this are not only good for hunting but can be subdivide into smaller tracts given the road frontage.
100 acres of timberland
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Good blacktop road frontage, could be split into smaller tracts
Excellent deer habitat ranging from oak flats to thickets
Merchantable Pine and hardwood timber
Pipeline ROW for big food plots
Adjacent to cropland
Lots of backup acreage to draw deer from
15 minutes from I-20, convenient to Oak Grove and Delhi.
Quality deer herd
Taxes: $465/year (2018)