OWNED BY 8 SIBLINGS,WE HAVE 159.99 ACRES FOR SALE ,LEASE OR RENT .VERY NEAR A BEAR WILD LIFE REFUGE AND A HALF MILE NORTH WESTERLY OF BROWNS LAGOON.JUST 6 MILES ACROSS UYAK BAY PAST AMOOK ISLAND FROM LARSEN BAY.
MY GRANDFATHER USED TO PAN FOR GOLD AND TRAP FOX ON AND AROUND THIS LAND.
BROWNS LAGOON IS SPAWNING GROUNDS FOR ALL 5 SPECIES OF SALMON. UYAK BAY IS ALSO HOME TO HALIBUT AND KING CRAB.
WE ALSO HAVE FOR SALE,3 TOWNSITE BLOCKS IN LARSEN BAY.
2 BLOCKS IN LOT 1,AND 1 BLOCK IN LOT 3.
2 BLOCKS ARE ON THE BEACH FRONT(10,13),1 BLOCK IS BACK BY THE SCHOOL(12).
BLOCKS- 12,13 ARE 1/2 ACRE LOTS, BLOCK 10 IS A LITTLE SMALLER -.407 ACRES.
ALL OF THE LAND IS CURRENTLY RESTRICTED STATUS (NON TAXABLE,INALIENABLE,AND NOT SUBJECT TO STATE OR LOCAL JURISDICTION).THE SALE MUST BE APPROVED BY THE BIA.TO MAKE SURE WE DON'T SELL IT TO CHEAP.
ONCE SOLD THE RESTRICTED STATUS WILL BE REMOVED.
LOT 3,BLOCK 10 TRACT "A";LOT 1,BLOCK 12,TRACT"A";AND LOT 1,BLOCK 13,TRACT"A",U.S. SURVEY 4872,LARSEN BAY TOWNSITE,ALASKA.
159.99 ACRES,BROWNS LAGOON.U.S. SURVEY NO.10562,ALASKA,SITUATED ON THE EASTERLY SHORE OF UYAK BAY,APPROXIMATELY 1/2 MILE NORTHWESTERLY FROM BROWNS LAGOON AND APPROXIMATELY 6 MILES EASTERLY FROM LARSEN BAY,ALASKA.CONTAINING 159.99 ACRES,AS SHOWN ON THE PLAT OF SURVEY OFFICIALLY FILED ON OCTOBER 26,1992.
ALL 8 SIBLINGS ARE IN AGREEMENT TO SELL ALL OF THIS LAND.
THIS WOULD BE THE PERFECT LOCATION FOR A BEAR VIEWING,HUNTING,OR FISHING LODGES.
PRICE IS FIRM.THE STATE VALUES THE 160 ACRES AT $320,000. FOR THE 160 ACRES IN THE LATE 1980'S.THE STATE VALUED THE 3 LOTS IN THE LARSON BAY TOWNSITE AT $33,000 EACH,IN 2008.
I AM IN A VILLAGE RIGHT NOW AND DO NOT HAVE A PHONE.
BUT I HAVE ACCESS TO A PHONE AND INTERNET,WHEN I NEED .
Browns Lagoon is an especially productive marine estuary and supports high winter concentrations of seabirds in the upper reaches of the bay. Bald eagles and brown bears concentrate at Browns Lagoon to feed on spawning salmon. Eagles and large numbers of pigeon guillemots forage in the lagoon year round and nest on the hillsides bordering the lagoon. Sea ducks, including harlequin, goldeneye, and surf scoter are common. Large numbers of black oystercatchers forage in the rich intertidal habitats of the shoreline. Sea otters widely use the area. Dolly Varden, pink and sockeye salmon spawn in streams running through the area to Uyak Bay.
These parcels are accessible from Uyak Bay and offer opportunities for both recreational and subsistence hunting and fishing, sea-kayaking, wildlife viewing, and other forms of ecotourism. Local subsistence users harvest brown bear, Sitka black-tailed deer, salmon and berries from these parcels and the surrounding lands and waters. These lands likely harbor cultural resources, but have not yet been intensively explored.
Small parcel acquisitions along Browns Lagoon have contributed to the restoration of pink salmon, Dolly Varden, bald eagles, black oystercatchers, harlequin ducks, intertidal and subtidal resources, marbled murrelets, pigeon guillemots, sea otters, recreation, wilderness and subsistence resources and services.
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