Ducks-Bucks- Bears! This Hyde County Gem has everything you need for that perfect weekend Hyde-a-way! Enjoy excellent fishing on Slades Creek, awesome duck hunting on any one of the shallow water points in the back of the bay, and fantastic deer and bear hunting in the surrounding wood lands. Priced to sell!
50 acre Waterfront Hunting Land for Sale in Hyde County NC! Located off Montgomery Rd just outside Scranton NC, this 50 acre +/- waterfront property is a turn key hunting camp ready for the weekend warrior and sportsman. Slades Creek leads out to the Pungo River and is home to some of the best fishing on the East Coast. The property is gated, has a newly built gravel/rock road leading back into a 10 acre open area, that is perfect for a future home site or camping area.
There are two campers on site, complete with an electric hook up and septic permit. One camper is currently being used for storage and the other as the residence during the hunting season. There are several excellent locations for duck blinds along the shallow water points and bays at the back of Slades Creek. Notice on the aerial photos the “duck grass” beds along the shore line and in the creeks. Perfect for attracting migrating waterfowl that Hyde County is famous for.
The surrounding area is all managed timber, there are thousands of acres of pine plantations to the northeast, as well as, local agriculture down Montgomery Rd. This place is so quiet you could hear a pin drop. Hyde County is home to some of the most prime waterfowl, bear and deer hunting in the country. With private and public lands available, the opportunities are endless. Many nice deer and bear have been captured on trail camera, and several good bucks were taken in the last couple of years, this place has no shortage of wild game.
At Rose Bay The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has re-opened the Rose Bay Boating Access Area in Hyde County after completing recent renovations. The access area, located at 6740 U.S. Highway 264 E in Scranton, provides access to Pamlico Sound — a popular destination for anglers looking to catch red drum, Southern flounder and spotted sea trout.Wildlife Commission staff completely renovated the area by constructing a new double boat ramp, floating dock, ADA-compliant parking and kiosks, which provide information about the area and fishing opportunities. (http://www.ncwildlife.org/Fishing/Where-to-Fish)
“We also installed security lights at the ramps and in the parking area to help early-bird and late-night boaters launch and recover their boats,” said Erik Christofferson, chief of the Commission’s Division of Engineering and Lands Management. “This boating access area is a really popular spot with local anglers and boaters, as well as waterfowl hunters, so we’re happy that the renovations are complete in time for winter waterfowl hunting.”
For a birds eye view of the property visit our “MapRight” mapping system. Simply copy and paste this link into your browser (https://mapright.com/ranching/maps/da260b65bc9cd1b269b58b849dad35b5/share) and then click on any of the icons to see photographs taken from those exact locations as well as drone photos taken from the air. Click around and change the base layers to view shaded relief , terrain or hydrology maps of the area.