Are you looking for that hunting property in South Louisiana? Here it is! 130 acres of pine and hardwood timber in the town of Franklinton, Washington Parish, Louisiana. This property provides excellent deer and turkey hunting, with established food plots and plenty of area for the wildlife to roam. The internal road system makes navigation a breeze. The property features the Bogue Lusa Creek, which provides plenty of areas to fish and swim, and adequate water for the wildlife. The property is conveniently located just an hour and a half from New Orleans and an hour and forty minutes from Baton Rouge, LA.
Highway 439 , Franklinton, Louisiana 70438
Directions from the intersection of Main St and LA-10 in Franklinton, LA: Travel east on LA-10E, in 8.3 miles, turn right onto LA-439E, in 1.1 miles, turn right onto Hobgood Dr, in 299 feet, take a slight left onto Easy Way, the property starts at the end of Easy Way on the left.
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After graduating High School in West Feliciana Parish in Louisiana, Preston moved to Summit, MS to attend Southwest Community College. Preston then began a career in Law Enforcement. After 20+ years of Law Enforcement Preston had attained the Rank of Major over the Internal Investigations Unit for the Louisiana Department of Corrections. Preston’s new career path has led him to Real Estate with Tom Smith Land and Homes. Preston is a lifelong avid outdoorsman with a passion for duck and deer hunting and feels that a lifetime spent in the outdoors and a passion for helping others will suit him well in his new endeavors.
Preston along with his wife Tara, raise their two children, Travis-18 and Prestley-16, in Madison county. Both Travis and Prestley play sports and attend Canton Academy where Preston and Tara are very involved with many of the school’s activities.