Hunting LandHunting Land Sold - Issaquena County, Mississippi
COTTONWOOD BAR- Mississippi River duck and deer hunting at its finest!
This Mississippi River island property features the best of both worlds- the phenomenal deer and duck hunting, majestic beauty, adventure, romance and prestige of a Mississippi River island with convenient access provided by a concrete, public boat launch directly across Transylvania Chute from the island only 20 miles north of I-20.
ACREAGE: 1262+/- acres of surface area land. All underwater acreage and accretion acreage from the west bank of the island to the west bank of Transylvania Chute also included by deed so you pay for 1262+/- acres but you get a lot more value than that.
LOCATION: S7 T10N R9W and S3-8 T9N R9W, Issaquena County, Mississippi (west side of the main channel of the MS River) LAT 32.661004 LON -91.152510
ACCESS: Public boat launch off Highway 65 just east of Transylvania, Louisiana. This boat launch is approximately 20 miles north of the I-20 exit at Tallulah, LA and 10 miles south of Lake Providence, LA. The launch is directly across Transylvania Chute from Cottonwood Bar, meaning you don’t have to cross the Mississippi River to get to the property.
LOGISTICS: Byerle Airport- with a 3176’ x 75’ asphalt runway- is approximately 1 mile from Lake Providence, making it about 11 miles from the boat launch. The Vicksburg Tallulah Regional Airport- with a 5002’ x 100’ asphalt runway- is about 32 miles from the boat launch.
Monroe Regional Airport (MLU) is approximately 60 miles from the boat launch. MLU is served by American, British, Delta and Express Jet. Jackson International Airport (JAN) is approximately 92 miles from the boat launch. JAN is served by American, Delta, US Air and United.
Driving Distances (Center of Downtown to Boat Launch):
From Jackson, MS: 90+/- miles
From Shreveport, LA: 160+/- miles
From Little Rock, AR: 180+/- miles
From Baton Rouge, LA: 180 +/- miles
From New Orleans, LA: 250 +/- miles
From Birmingham, AL: 320+/- miles
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