Fishing, Hunting, and Recreational Paradise In South Central LA

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Description

Here is an opportunity to own a recreational tract that has a 30 acre lake, rental income, and acreage to hunt.  The property is located along the banks of Old Courtableau, which was once a tributary that flowed into the Atchafalaya River but was cut off when the protection levees were built. What’s left is a 30 acre lake that is loaded with fish and provides good duck hunting at certain times of year. The new owner of this tract would actually own a portion of the bayou called “Halphen Bay” which was excavated for dirt when the levees were constructed. Along the bay are 16 lots that are rented on a year to year basis for $23,000.00 per year. There is more shoreline where more lots could be leased if desired for additional income. The lots encompass approximately 12 acres leaving the remaining in hardwood timber of which 2/3 have been select cut a year ago.  The interior roads bring you through the timber to the 2 nice food plots and across 3 beautiful sloughs that are lined with gorgeous cypress trees. The deer and wood ducks are plentiful here and would make someone a great place to hunt. The property also adjoins 65 acres that is owned by the Corps of Engineers and no hunting is allowed which makes for a great sanctuary for all game. Whether you are looking for a tract with income or just a place to hunt and fish that you can call your own, then look no further. Call for your showing today.

Property Details

  • 45 minutes from Baton Rouge
  • 45 minutes from Lafayette
  • 1.5 hours from Alexandria
  • Rental income
  • 30 acre lake
  • Great fishing
  • Good deer & duck hunting
  • 2 food plots
  • Lake frontage
  • Great interior road system

Dixie Ramp Rd, Lot#WP001
Krotz Springs, Louisiana 70750