Untouched Timber - Undeveloped Land - Sits On Top of Lake Conner
Check out this gem. As pine prices have recently skyrocketed, this property is a gold mine of timber. Within the timber that sits adjacent to Lake Conner are mature whitetail deer, turkeys, and small game. On top of Lake Conner, you'll find migrating waterfowl as well as resident geese. And within the Lake itself, you'll find freshwater fish of every variety. It is most known for the state record bass 16 pounds 4 ounces that was caught in 1985, so you've got to believe that there are still a handful of massive large-mouth bass lurking in the undercover. Lake Conner is a 100-Acre impoundment in Nathalie, Virginia. The lake is owned and managed by the Vdgif. The lake offers anglers excellent fishing opportunities in a setting fitting of a postcard. Anglers fishing Lake Conner are likely to catch large-mouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, bluegill, sunfish, chain pickerel, yellow perch, and bullhead catfish. Large-mouth bass harvest is regulated with a trophy slot limit of 16-22 inches to try and maintain citation-sized bass in the lake. The state also imposes an electric motor only regulation, which keeps the lake quiet and peaceful. Only the sounds of high-fives and cheers after reeling in stud fish will echo across the water.
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