Exceptional opportunity to own 318 acres of mature hardwoods and pines, with approx 60 acres of tillable land. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath house has been well maintained and remodeled blending vintage farm house appeal with updated amenities. Buckley Creek meanders through the property and is an official trout stream. Several outbuildings including a 3-stall horse barn. Possibilities as trophy hunting land, hobby farm, or equestrian farm. A beautiful private location less than an hour to Duluth/Superior.
Here’s a quick overview of the questions you’ll want to consider for a particular piece of hunting land.
Are there deer here? The first time you visit a property, you’ll obviously be looking for tracks and signs. If it’s that time of year, you’ll also be looking for scrapes and rubs. (Of course, if it’s already that time of year, you probably should have started looking sooner so you’ll be ready for hunting season.) But even in the spring and summer, you may be able to spot traces of old scrapes and rubs.
Could there be deer here? Is this the terrain and habitat that will draw and keep deer? If not, is the potential there? can you plant, mow, or log to create the right sort of habitat that will make deer want to stick around? Are there water sources on the property? What’s the soil like? Are there places you could plant food plots?
Is this a large enough piece of land to meet your hunting objectives? If you hope to invite friends and harvest several deer per year without sending the rest sprinting for refuge on your neighbor’s land, then you’ll want more than ten or twenty acres.
Who are the neighbors? How much hunting pressure is there? Do your neighbors hunt their land at all? If so, how many and what type of deer are they harvesting? If they farm, do they plant crops that will attract deer? If so, where? (Keep in mind that in future years the same fields might be planted with different crops.) Is there public land nearby? (If so, that could be good, bad, or both. It all depends.)
How is the land being hunted right now? Not at all? “If it’s brown it’s down?” Bucks only? Strict QDM? the answer to this question is least important of all. After you own the land, it’s your call. You’ll also be able to plant food plots and make other improvements. In just a year or two, that could change the number and type of deer you can expect to see.
Is there a cabin, home, or building site on the land? Maybe right now you’re just interested in hunting land. But it doesn’t hurt to plan ahead. maybe someday this will be your vacation getaway or retirement home, with great hunting right outside the door.
It’s time to hunt for hunting land in Northwestern Wisconsin.
If you’ve long dreamed of owning hunting land here in northwestern Wisconsin, maybe it’s time to stop waiting. And if you’d like to begin hunting on your own land this fall, then it’s definitely time to stop waiting.
That’s especially true if you’re a bowhunter. But even if you’re looking ahead to the gun deer season, November will be here fast. It takes time to hunt for hunting land. Later, even after you’ve found what you’re looking for and your offer’s been accepted, more time will elapse before there’s an actual closing.
(And by the way… If you own hunting land that you’d like to sell this year, please contact me now. It’s not too late for this fall, but sooner is definitely better than later.)
Today it’s going to be in the 80s again. It sure doesn’t feel much like hunting weather. But it’s a great time to begin hunting for hunting land.
77 acres prime hunting land with warm, tidy cabin that’s rustic but well-maintained. No well or septic, but ingenious “barrel, electric pump, and overhead water heater” system provides hot water for shower and kitchen. Trails lead to 3 insulated and heated permanent stands, plus additional ladder stands so you’ll have your pick of perfect ambush sites, no matter which direction the wind is blowing. Adjacent to thousands of acres of public land, much of which is difficult to reach from any other access point.
Beautiful log cabin on 16.58 acres! Located at end of dead end road. Borders 1000’s of acres of Wasburn County Forest Lands! Atv/Snowmobile from property. Namekagon River Canoe Landing 1/2 mile away. Cabin has been very well maintained and it shows. Majestic views from yard and screened in porch. If you are looking for all the recreational enjoyment the Northwoods has to provide, this is it! Call for showing appointment. Must see to appreciate!
HUNTERS: 20 acres of prime hunting land with 2 bedroom cabin. Varied terrain and Tamarack Creek flows through southeast corner of property. Cabin is modest but well-built and in good condition. Includes LP forced air furnace and wood stove. North property line adjoins hundreds of acres of county forest land. Turnkey: most furniture included. Easy access off Hwy 35 approx 15 min north of Danbury. Must see.