Large Hunting And Timber Acreage In Southwest Tennessee


More ducks, bucks, turkey, rabbit, squirrels, bass, bream, crappie, catfish and diverse hardwood timber habitat than you can imagine!  This super secluded retreat from civilization is the ultimate wildlife sanctuary and is over 1.5 miles from the nearest public road! It is bounded and protected by almost 5 miles of the scenic and untamed Hatchie River, covered in literally millions of diverse bottomland hardwood trees ranging from young saplings for great cover to mature oaks producing tons of acorns and even huge cypress trees, including one that is among the largest I’ve ever seen!  Almost 20 miles of interior roads and trails connect dozens of food plots, shooting houses, ladder stands, duck holes, campsites, and exceptional fishing spots! And it even includes a very rare true private island in the river if you want to get even further into this wilderness! From an investment perspective, this property is priced to sell, completely unencumbered and would be ideal for a conservation easement and/or for timber harvesting for significant current and future income if so desired. If you want to see what some of the most fertile soil in west Tennessee can produce, then you have to look at this place now!  Call me for a private tour that you will not soon forget or ever regret!

Property Details

  • The ultimate secluded hunting paradise and getaway with a 1.5-mile deeded access easement from the public road and behind 2 locked gates
  • Almost 5 miles of frontage along the wild and scenic Hatchie River
  • Includes a true private island in the river
  • Over 900 acres of very diverse bottomland hardwood timber including giant cypress trees and mixed-age red and white oak species (a lot of swamp white oak producing the huge acorns deer love!)
  • Almost 20 miles of interior roads and trails
  • Exceptional big bucks with thousands of surrounding acres practicing minimum buck size harvest restrictions
  • An exceptional turkey population
  • Ready to hunt with multiple food plots, shooting houses, ladder stands and a floating duck blind
  • Multiple natural duck holes surrounded by tall cypress trees, including an almost 5-acre open water pond full of smartweed
  • Exceptional fishing in several private sloughs and all along the Hatchie includes large mouth bass, bream, crappie, and huge catfish
  • 15 minutes from Bolivar, 45 minutes from Jackson, an hour and 15 minutes from Memphis, 2 hours and 45 minutes from Nashville, TN

Serles Road
Middleton, Tennessee 38052
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