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There are 3 accesses to the property. The front is 12 acres surrounded by about 100 acres of woods. Say $700 a year to hunt 1 person it only you to hunt there all year. Is that what you where asking. The back is 60 acres private to hunt the same way. What would it be worth???
I had a person lease out the property This season. Soon as he arrived there was a nice big doe waiting to greet him. Hope to have some nice hunting pictures for you guy during the season. Talk to you guys later.
If interested I am working on opening 2 more sections of the farm. 80 acres each. Thick woods. Dont want anyone being able to see each other if hunting each piece of the property.
hello my name is larry e im looking for some land to lease in this area there is myself and a very close freind of mine looking for some property in that area . im 40 and he is 61 . we have been hunting a small patch of land there in christiancounty but the man past away two years ago. we also done alot of hunting on carden giles farm until he lost alot of the ground or gav the lease up to the florida guys. so if you still have this land we would like o no more about it
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