Quality hunting parcel located in transition between agriculture lands and expansive county forest area. Diversified land characteristics reveals mixed hardwoods, aspen cuts, abandoned beaver ponds, and abundance of edge and security cover. Typical land features to hold and grow large whitetails. A trail system winds throughout the property connecting established food plots and existing stand locations. Aerial photographs reveal a distinct corridor through the middle of property, paralleling the creek bottom, an impenetrable sanctuary. As mentioned the property has two strategically placed food plots supplementing the natural food base. Whitetail, grouse, turkey, snowshoe hare, bobcat and black bear sign is evident throughout the property.
The property is accessed by a legal easement, from Deer Road, entering the property on the northeast corner. Numerous whitetails and black bear have been harvested on the property.
Call Brian Hoppe today at 715-216-4721 to view this exceptional property.