.75 miles of frontage on the Neuse River, this property is prime time for Ducks, Bucks and Bears! Excellent path system, several good size Duck ponds, Turkey and Deer tracks everywhere, as well as, over 60 acres prime merchantable Hardwoods valued at over $70,000! This Tract is a Bargain!
172 ac of Riverfront Hunting and Timber Land in Craven County NC! Located off Hwy 55 just outside of Dover, NC this property is perfect for a hunter wanting variety and a big bang for the buck! With .75 miles of River frontage, several areas of flooded timber and open water ponds (see photo gallery) this tract has great hunting for wood ducks and the occasional Mallard running the River. The property has an excellent path system and deeded access off Hwy 55, the entire tract is open and full of mature timber. Several food plots and grassy areas are perfect for erecting tower blinds and shooting stands. Wild turkey tracks are everywhere as well as a tremendous amount of deer sign, this place is a zoo.
There is a 63 acre stand of mature hardwoods along the river on the northern border. This mature timber has been valued at over $70,000, if you have been looking for a great hunting tract with excellent timber investment this property is right for you. Several open areas provide for ideal camping sites, perfect for a camper during the hunting season. Bring the kids, ride 4 wheelers, go fishing in the river and enjoy the great outdoors.
Craven County is widely known for the state record Black Bear, it’s been about 20 years since one of Dolly Parton’s cousins came down from the mountains of Tennessee and killed the 880-pound black bear in Craven County. The sport of bear hunting in our state was “riding high” with hunter’s interest all over the United States at that time and an 880-pound black bear made headlines. Attempts were made to have the Craven County North Carolina state record black bear (live weight record) registered with the B&C Club by measuring the skull and submitting these measurements to have it qualified as a record black bear. The skull was removed, dried and then registered with the B&C Club. Unfortunately, the final killing shot on this bear was carried out at close range with a 12-gauge shotgun loaded with a slug. The skull was severely damaged by the force of slug and, by the Boone & Crockett rules, a severely damaged skull cannot be registered for the record books. It is entirely possible that the Craven County bear could have been a world record had the skull not been so damaged. To this day Craven County and the Neuse River Basin is home to some of the best Black Bear hunting in the lower 48. (http://www.thewashingtondailynews.com/2014/11/25/n-c-s-monster-black-bears-didnt-get-that-way-be-accident/)
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