Take a look at this fantastic tract of land that’s available just outside of Tarboro. Easily accessible, full of wildlife, has deeded access, a survey, and the potential for building your dream home or weekend getwaway. It’s also located on the Tar River. This property has tons of potential!
19.64 Acres of Tar River Hunting Land For Sale in Edgecombe County NC! This property has everything you want and need for an affordable hunting property! Featuring a 3.45 acre field, a couple of food plots, an internal trail system, and almost 400 feet of Tar River Frontage. There are numerous treestands and ground blinds on the property that are ideal for hunting whitetail deer. There are also a few places where you can hunt wild turkey. There is also a low-lying area that tends to hold water that could be set up to hunt migratory waterfowl. The property is rectangular in shape (see aerial photos) and is laid out in such a fashion that a few hunters can spread out and hunt the land safely. The neighboring tracts of land are primarily farm land and timberland tracts, making this a game-rich environment.
The Tar River is known for not only its variety in fish species, including Striped Bass and American and Hickory Shad, but also the river bottom land provides ample cover and browse for a number of wild game species such as black bear, white-tail deer, and wild turkeys. The dense vegetation provides cover for deer and black bear and the tall trees that border the river attract wild turkeys for roosting trees.
The Tar River originates in the Piedmont and flows in a southeasterly direction for approximately 195 miles to Washington, where it becomes the Pamlico River. The river averages approximately 50 feet in width and 2 feet in depth in the upper reaches, while downstream it averages 160 feet in width and 15 feet in depth. The section of river between Rocky Mount and Old Sparta serves as an important spawning area for anadromous fish, including American shad, hickory shad, river herring and striped bass. Between Grimesland and Washington, fishing pressure for game fish is heavy and good catches of striped bass, largemouth bass, sunfish, and white and yellow perch are common.
Largemouth bass are abundant throughout the Tar River watershed and receive a great deal of fishing pressure during May and early June, which is the best time to fish for them. Sunfish (bluegill, redbreast, warmouth, flier and pumpkinseed) are also abundant in the river, especially in some of the larger tributary streams such as Tranters Creek, Swift Creek and Fishing Creek. The prime time to fish for sunfish is during the spring spawning period, April through May. Fishing for striped bass in the Tar River occurs from late March through early May, and is restricted to the main river below Rocky Mount. White perch can be taken in the river between Greenville and Washington. – https://www.ncwildlife.org/Fishing/Where-to-Fish/Fishing_Opps_in_the_Coastal_Region_of_NC
Please do not enter the property unless you have an agent present with you. No trespassing is allowed on the property. Please schedule showings through the listing agent, Andrew Walters, at least 48 hours in advance. This property is actively hunted and POSTED!
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For more information on this and other Hunting Land in Edgecombe County, please contact ANDREW WALTERS at (252) 904-3184, by email at AWALTERS@MOSSYOAKPROPERTIES.COM, or visit NCLANDPRO.COM. You can also follow along on Facebook to see new and updated listings @NCLandPro.