Did you know, that according to a recent Landthink Pulse poll, 39.5% of people would be inspired to purchase hunting property if it had year-round water feature such as a pond, stream, lake or river?
When it comes to buying real estate, you alway hear “Location, Location, Location”, however, the existence of a prominent water feature seems to be the prime motivating factor of those looking to buy hunting land. A water source is imperative to a habitat for wildlife, but can also be used for irrigation, fishing or other recreational opportunities.
A majority of hunting in the U. S. is done on public land, which can be good for some in certain areas of the country but frustrating for others. That is why owning your own hunting land gives you the freedom manage the property and wildlife, as you see fit. Water will also add another level of enjoyment the entire family can appreciate with boating, kayaking, fishing or swimming.
Check out the upcoming auction of Kawikee Refuge in Stewart County, GA. This beautiful 1670+/- acre turnkey recreational property boasts two lakes (21+/- Acres and 9+/- Acres) stocked with bass and bream as well as frontage along the Pataula Creek. This auction will take place on November 7th. For more info click here.