This 47 acre property is a Tensas Parish whitetail deer paradise. It is located on rarely traveled Highway 888 half way between Davis Island and The Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge. It is 6 miles north of Newellton, LA 71357. This is a CRP property that pays $6,627 annually for 13 more years. The hardwood trees are approximately 17 years old and are 20′ tall overshadowing the two 16′ deluxe fiberglass stands. Both stands are walking distance with one trail from the campsite and one further north with a trail cut from the blacktop. Both have beautiful food plots that are cut with a riding mower. The western boundary of the property is Cypress Bayou that holds ducks and has a nice mixture of Cypress and hardwood trees along the bank. The heavy cover underneath the trees is perfect for rabbit and other small game. The trees along Cypress Bayou and the CRP tree are producing acorns to feed the deer and squirrel. There is an electric well and electric service at the campsite. There are metal pilings and roof started for a camp or to pull a camper under. This is the best small tract we have had. It has averaged 2 good bucks in the the 130″ plus for over 10 years.

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