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30 acres of prime timberland bordering the cultivated bottom lands of Catfish Creek. Just outside of the City of Marion, this tract has an abundance of wildlife along with an excellent stand of 11 year old planted Loblolly pine. Public water is also available along the paved frontage of Heatherwood Road. Great timber and land investment, less than one hour from Myrtle Beach, and only 20 minutes to Florence.
This 65 acre property has some of the best hunting in the entire state. With a stocked fish pond, it borders the Marsh Wildlife Management Area which contains over 8500 acres of public recreational land along the Great Pee Dee River. Located in lower Marion County this property has access to rural public water and soils suitable for a septic system. 30 minutes to Florence and 40 minutes to Myrtle Beach.
Terrels Bay Tract, 35 acres of some of the greatest deer and turkey hunting the south can offer. This tract has been timbered but all oak trees were left for wildlife. There is approximately 1700 ft. of paved road frontage on Terrel’s Bay Road. This tract property backs up to thousands of acres of managed timberland. Only 30 minutes from Florence and less than one hour to Myrtle Beach. Make an offer.
Excellent recreational tract with a timber investment component mixed in with it. You have it all on this tract: Lodging, dove, duck, turkey and deer hunting with cash flow from the forest coming within the next few years. 20-acre waterfowl pond. 1,638+/- acres of merchantable pine plantations. Positive timber cash flow. Cabin that sleeps 6-8 with screened house and game shed. Single-wide trailer with three bedrooms and two baths. Excellent internal road network. Gated access to property. Features - Internal roads, Streams, Ponds, Recreation, Bull Bay
hunting tract, that will also produce cash flow from the timber, take a look at this one! This parcel consists of 1987 loblolly (recently thinned). These trees are growing fast! There is also a creek which runs through the middle of the property. This makes for some of the best duck hunting around! Deer, turkey, doves, ducks - this place has it all!
Advance Land and Timber is proud to offer one of South Carolina’s premier hunting plantations, Bulls Bay Plantation, located in southern Marion County “between the Little and Big Pee Dee Rivers.” You won’t find a more diverse plantation than this one in the south.
This parcel boasts over 1,852+/- acres of prime deer, turkey, quail, dove and duck hunting, as well as fishing in any of the 5 ponds which are stocked with large mouth bass, bream, and catfish.
Bulls Bay is probably best knows for its duck hunting, as you can see from the maps and pictures. Bulls Bay was once a catfish farm, so imagine 145 acres of levied duck impoundments. In the spring, corn and japanese millet is planted, and in late October, with the help of two 10 inch wells, the impoundments are flooded to provide some of the best duck hunting in South Carolina. A mixed bag of mallards, gadwall, widgeon, pintail, and wood ducks are in abundance. You would not believe you are in South Carolina!! In addition, Bulls Bay also has over 125 acres of flooded green timber, over 500 acres of quail habitat, and over 30 acres of dove fields. Also, food plots for turkey and deer are everywhere.
If you are traveling, no problem. You can stay in one of the three homes on the property. In addition, there are equipment sheds, dog kennels, and skinning sheds. Again, this one has it all!
Call for an appointment and I promise you will not be disappointed.