This tract is just what it says it is. Over half the property is flooded timber and tall grass. The other part is pine timber and upland scrub hardwoods. The pines are mostly mature and healthy. There are several great spots for a permanent camp and a good road thru the property. There is a great bay that holds wildlife from songbirds to ducks year round and thick stands of scrub timber that hold trophy whitetails.Land The property sits on the edge of the Beaver Dam Creek watershed with a high hill on the south west of the property covered in pines down thru the hardwood flats that are flooded. Good roads lead back to the north west side of the property. On the north side are three new half acre to acre food plots. The flooded section is dependent on the beaver dams down stream. It holds water throughout the year for habitat. Islands are connected by water and ridges of land. Recreation Hunting is what this property is all about. A hunter could shoot ducks in the morning and hunt big trophy whitetails in the evenings. This area in particular is known for trophy bucks with deer in the 140-150 class possible. Duck hunting is spectacular with many different varieties of ducks. Turkey hunting is only what it can be in the classic south. Spanish moss, big swamps and gobbles that echo. Fishing is creek style with a awesome extra. Red fin pike are still in the Beaver Dam Creek. With a pocket full of rooster tail lures and a spinning reel on a summer afternoon you may never want to leave. Region & Climate Located in Screven county GA about five miles north west of Hiltonia this property is in the area known for hunting. Just a few miles thru the swamp are one of the local historic plantations. With warmer winters and long hunting seasons this part of Georgia is perfect for the year round hunter.