Winston County
204 +/- Acres


If you have been searching for a diverse hunting property in Central Mississippi, look no further than this 204± acre tract in Winston County. Located approximately 25 miles east of Kosciusko and 50± miles southwest of Starkville, the property offers frontage along Hinze Road and Hinze-Rural Hill Road with utilities nearby. High ground near one of the entrances is an ideal location for a cabin or small camp.  

Lobutcha Bottomland offers three key essentials most outdoor enthusiasts seek for wildlife: food, water and bedding. The property make-up features 12-year-old planted pines, open hardwood-pine mix, tupelo gums, natural regeneration, various aged cutover that has been replanted, and frontage along the well-known Lobutcha Creek. This diversity has created a wildlife haven for the avid hunter and something to enjoy year-round. Additionally, a small food plot is tucked away off the road along with a small ox bow off the creek. During certain seasons of the year, this ox bow provides the opportunity for wood duck hunting and fishing.

Properties with this type of diversity can be challenging to find. Whether you want a place to hunt, a weekend getaway, or an investment, this property is worth considering! 



    • Winston County, MS
    • Fronts Hinze-Rural Hill Road and Hinze Road
    • 25± Miles Southwest of Starkville
    • 13± Miles East of Kosciusko


    • 33.037218, -89.266483

Property Information:

    • 204± Acres
    • Traversed by Lobutcha Creek
    • Various Aged Cutover
    • Hardwood and Pine Mix
    • 22± Acres of 12-Year-Old Planted Pines
    • Established Food Plot
    • Ox Bow Lake

Property Use:

    • Recreational
    • Hunting
    • Investment

Tax Information: 2022 $658.02

    • Parcel 1# 141080028-0000900
    • Parcel 2# 141080033-0000103

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SouthernAg Credit

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