Great deal on this premier waterfront hunting property. This 232 acre tract has over 5,000 ft of shoreline right on the Pamlico Sound and over 4,000 feet on Oyster Creek on the south border. There are several points and small creeks on the property with many good blind locations. Located on the north end of Goose Creek Island this area is known for great waterfowl hunting. The sound offers resting areas for several thousand ducks, geese, and swans each winter. There are a couple of large N.C. Wildlife Game Lands in the area with large waterfowl impoundments and several local impoundments that provide food sources for the numerous species of waterfowl that frequent the area starting in early September, with the first migration of green and bluewing teal, all the way through early spring when the birds return north for their breeding season.
This area also is known for good fishing for most saltwater and brackish water species. Most popular are the speckled trout, flounder, and redfish. There are also big bull reds and tarpon in the sound from early summer through early fall for those in search of larger, more challenging, species.
This property also has big game as well. There are plenty of deer and bear on the property and the turkey population continues to grow on the island. There is approximately 60 acres of higher ground with decent stands of pines. With a little work, with a bulldozer or mulching machine, shooting lanes could be put in for stands or ground blinds for hunting.
There is a deeded right of way to the property that is shared with a couple of adjoining land owners. This is definitely a rural setting and is great for someone looking to get away from the crowded city life. It is possible that the higher ground could have an area that will perk but a soil test would have to be done to confirm.
This is a beautiful tract of land with many possibilities. Call today to set up an appointment and come see one of Pamlico Counties premier hunting tracts.