Greenheads, flooded timber, turkeys and big bucks! These are the things that makes all outdoorsmen’s palms sweat! Available for the first time on the open market are two equity shares in one of the best kept secrets in Northwest Louisiana, The Palmetto Hunting Club. Located along the levees and throughout the hardwood forests of Red Chute Bayou and Cypress Bayou in Bossier Parish, these memberships offer access to +/- 1,993 acres of some of the finest hunting grounds in this part of the state.
For years The Palmetto Hunting Club has followed quality deer management practices and intensely managed these hardwood forests to maximize and support wildlife habitat. There are currently 20 deer stands overlooking food plots, oak flats, bedding areas and travel corridors throughout these grounds. Numerous large bucks have been harvested over the years and their continues to be healthy and thriving deer herds. Of course, food plots, protein feed and the natural browse on these grounds keep those big buck sanctuaries close by.
With most of this acreage being located between Red Chute Bayou and Cypress Bayou, there are several sloughs in these bottoms. There are four green tree impoundments with water control pump systems that maintain the water levels. You’ll have your choice of six blinds in this water-fowling paradise. This is some of the finest waterfowl hunting in this area. In the Spring, turkeys gobble throughout these flats making this a truly unique membership with access to incredible deer, waterfowl, and turkey hunting.
What’s even more amazing is this property is less than 5 minutes from I-20. Imagine the possibility of hunting in the mornings and being able to be at work by mid-morning or knocking off work early and being on the deer stand in just minutes for an afternoon hunt. Of course, with the purchase of these memberships you’ll also have your own cabin and can make this your weekend getaway.
For more information please contact JJ Keeth at (318) 470-0483 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The purchase of these memberships must be approved by the members.