MARKET BASED PRICE IMPROVEMENT!! 36 acre Waterfront Hunting and Recreational Land for Sale in Greene County NC!
Off Hwy 123 North
Hookerton, NC 28538
For immediate assistance with this listing call Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720.
Looking for a local tract to bag some ducks and do a little fishing on Contentnea Creek? This waterfront hunting property has everything you need! Just add a skiff, a dog and some decoys! Close to home and ready for some fun, great to paddle, and camp! Call Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720 today to schedule a showing.
36 ac Waterfront Hunting Property for Sale in Greene County NC! Located in the heart of Hookerton, NC, just 30 minutes south of Greenville, NC and only 10 minutes from Snow Hill this unique waterfront hunting tract is easily accessible from the road and is ready to hunt. Access is off Hwy 123 just north of town and offers nearby access to Contentnea Creek and the labyrinth of internal waterways that weave throughout this property. Agriculture to the north, cover and water to the south and east, this property hold wild game!
You can drop in a small duck boat in off the road at any point and navigate all the little nooks and crannies this property has to offer. Or you can get industrious and pick a great spot to build a stand alone duck blind with some open water in front of you, perfect spot to hunt in the front and cook in the back. Either way there are plenty of woodies in and out of this place to keep you busy all through the season.
Want to hunt up and down Contentnea Creek here's how to "Hunt Ducks on Inland Creeks" as published in the Carolina Sportsman... Camo up when floating for puddle ducks. The next consideration is how to get from where you put in to where you take out. Hunting in two boats is doable, but it doubles your chances of spooking ducks out of range. Hunting in tandem is also doable, but it reduces your number of shots by half. The good thing is, if someone is willing to drop you off, they don’t have to do so before daylight, as mid-day is often the best time to float, after birds have fed and returned to the water to loaf and rest.
Once you’ve picked a stretch of water, consider 1 mile per hour the average duration of the trip. You can paddle faster, but doing so will cause you to alert ducks before they get within shotgun range. Whether done on land or by water, the principals of stalking are the same. Reduce the amount of distance your quarry may spot you ahead of time by using shoreline cover to your advantage. Hug the bank and any inside curvature in the creek so you can “pop up” in range when rounding a bend. Camouflage is essential, but only necessary from the front. It is common to float up on ducks that never bat an eye at a woody log moving naturally in the current until it starts shooting at them. When birds flush at long range, don’t risk a shot, because if you shoot at them, they probably won’t come back. Instead, carry three or four decoys with you, toss them out and wait for 30 minutes to see if they return. If not, resume floating.
December’s best bets
WHAT — Wood ducks, teal, mergansers
LAUNCH — Hookerton or Snow Hill are the closest public ramps on Contentnea Creek, but opportunities to dump in exist along stretches of Contentnea Creek, plus the Neuse and Little rivers.
INSIDER TIP — Drift along close to the bank, watching the river margins ahead, and look closely behind downed trees for ducks to pop out at close range.
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