P-Arrow Plantation in Sumter County, Alabama, is a 2,000-acre property with more than 110 acres of lakes containing northern, Florida, and hybrid largemouth bass. The property is managed by Zina and Drayton Pruitt, who are passionate about wildlife conservation and forestry. P-Arrow offers fishing trips with a catch-and-release policy to maintain fish populations, and their services benefit both the environment and visitors seeking southern hospitality.
Just off Highway 11 in rural Sumter County, where the chocolate soil of the Black Belt meets the coastal plains, lies P-Arrow Plantation–a dreamscape for anglers and wildlife conservationists alike. The stunning property is more than 2,000 acres and features more than 110 acres of lakes filled with northern, Florida, and hybrid largemouth bass. Clients have even turned out trophies as large as 15 pounds, with 10- to 12-pound fish caught regularly. What makes our fishing trips unique is our catch-and-release policy, meaning the number of fish in our lakes is always increasing.
Zina and Drayton Pruitt are passionate about the P-Arrow property. As a result of their intense management of the wildlife on our grounds, they have created an ideal arena for forestry and nature conservation. Their mission is to give back to the land while providing a service for people interested in fishing and wildlife conservation who may not otherwise have access to or the luxury of these activities.
There are few places today that provide the appearance of old southern hospitality, and even fewer that go beyond just the appearance. P-Arrow is known for delivering old-fashioned southern charm and service in a conservation-friendly environment. The services provided is unrivaled when it comes to benefiting the local forests and lakes, as well as the people who enjoy spending time in them and on them. Thanks to P-Arrow’s owners, our beautiful natural surroundings will be here for everyone to enjoy for years to come.