Loud gobbles echo through the early morning mist as several mature toms strut their stuff for reluctant turkey hens on this beautiful, wooded expanse of land. This sportsman’s dreamland along the Louisiana/Mississippi border is conveniently located within one hour of the Baton Rouge corporate limits off of US Highway 61.
The Tunica Trace, located just 13 miles north of historical St. Francisville, LA, is one of the most coveted recreational hunting tracts of the Florida parishes. This contiguous tract totaling 1314.41 acres—349 acres in Wilkinson County, MS with the balance of 965 acres in West Feliciana Parish, LA—will give the owner the privilege of hunting in two seasons in two states.
Tremendous hardwood trees cover the fertile, loessal ridges, laying a bed for lush food plots and a healthy deer herd. The mature hardwoods cover almost 1065 acres, with the remaining 250 acres in pine plantation. Private woods roads meander throughout the tract giving access to all points of interest.
While plenty of deer, turkey, and squirrel make this tract a hunter’s haven, the vast beauty of the mature hardwood stands and its historical “Deep South” appeal are truly the main attractions of this paradise.
For a tour or more information, please contact Gus May at 225.505.9603 or firstname.lastname@example.org.