Fleming Branch Recreational Hunting And Timber Tract offers both Loblolly and Longleaf pine plantations with CRP income available immediately and recreational hunting. A return on the investment should be available from a thinning on the Loblolly stands in the next 2-3 years. A majority of the soils on the tract are a Troup sandy loam that is well drained and offers a good site index for growing pine timber. This tract is suitable for logging during wetter periods which could command a higher price for the timber. The tract offers several areas that could be planted in wildlife food plots for deer hunting. A creek flows along the northern boundary and a natural spring head begins on the Southern boundary. A good internal road and interior firelanes provide access. The combination of Loblolly and Longleaf Pine, good site index, wet weather logging site, CRP income, and a return within 3 years, makes this a great tract for a timber investment and recreational hunting.