Cane Island is a rare, legitimate, lower Santee Delta property with enough family, fish, duck, and wildlife stories to fill its 250-acre intact rice-trunk impoundment. Located in North Santee Bay between South and Cedar Islands, this property is 90% impounded brackish water buffered by salt marsh.
Currently used as a fishing (and occasional duck hunting) retreat by the owners and their friends, with some work and management Cane Island could be restored to a full-on duck place.
It has a rustic cabin whose porch looks out at the wild North Santee Inlet and a dock (the sole means of access) on the North Santee River. Suffice it to say that there are very few available private places so well located to coastal wildlife, waterfowl and fish populations. Cane Island does not have a conservation easement in place.