Over 17 acres of salt marsh with over a mile of frontage on Harry Pond, Harry Creek and Collin's Lower Tide Pond. This is a waterfowl hunter's paradise on the west side of Barnegat Bay. Surrounded by the Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, this piece of land is one of the few remaining privately owned hunting spots on the Bay. Access is by a duck boat only as this is as remote from a road as you can get. If waterfowl hunting is your passion, then you must seriously check into this. From North Point (mouth of the Gunning River at Barnegat Bay) proceed west. On the north side will be a wide creek known as Flat Creek (don't look for any road signs, so have your GPS or chart with you.) The next creek on your right side (north) will be Harry Creek. Proceed north up the creek (may want a paddle with you.) Lot 23.02 starts at approximately 3,000 feet up the creek on the west shoreline. Look around as all the other salt marsh is owned by the United States Government as a wildlife refuge. There is also frontage from lot 23.01 on Collin's Lower Tide Pond's shoreline. With salt marsh frontage that has SW, NW, NE and E exposure a hunter can set their decoys to maximum effect. Both lots share their north to south property line. Strictly for the bay hunter and possibly his or her need to provide for a family jewel for generations to come. With total annual taxes are under $1,400 this would easily be affordable to hunting clubs, a small group of hunting buddies, a family or an individual.
Information Source: Ocean County Board of REALTORS®
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