151 Acres with a 20-Acre Duck Impoundment and 1 acre Home Site For Sale in Hyde County, NC! Great all around hunting tract, with a one-acre home site!
Hyde County, NC is known for its great all around hunting opportunities and this property fits the mold! Great hunting opportunities for ducks, bear, deer, and turkeys! This tract features a total of 151 acres with a 20 duck impoundment situated on the interior, along with a 1 acre home site to build a cabin just across the street!. The property is located south west of Lake Mattamuskeet and just north of the Pamlico Sound with road frontage on Highway 264.
The 20-acre duck impoundment is bordered on all sides by a thick buffer of pine trees, allowing the necessary seclusion for feeding and resting waterfowl. It is planted in corn for the upcoming 2018-19 season. There is a freshwater canal system inside the 151 acres that provides a water source for flooding the impoundment. An aluminum flash board riser is in place as a water control structure, so when hunting season ends and the time comes to get ready for the next season’s planting and maintenance, you can simply pull the boards and easily drain the impoundment.
Several shooting lanes and access paths are strategically cut throughout the property to really improve the hunters chances at harvesting game. There is a good deer population in the area and tons of deer sign on the property. Black bears are also numerous in this part of the county, and with the right baiting tactics, it is possible to harvest a large Hyde County black bear on this tract. Turkeys are often seen throughout the wooded and cleared areas foraging on both natural and planted food sources.
There is a one-acre home site just across Highway 264 that offers a buyer the potential to build a custom hunting cabin, or to bring in a modular or mobile home. See photos for lot location. This property is located entirely in a perpetual CREP program. A CREP conservation easement is a written agreement between a landowner and the state of North Carolina in which there is an acquired interest in the land to install conservation practices that protect natural resources. CREP is a voluntary program utilizing federal and state resources to achieve long-term protection of environmentally sensitive cropland and marginal pasture land.