Full story from the Spooner Advocate: 2014 deer kill totals were the lowest in 30 years – Spooner Advocate: Outdoors.
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Just sold: 80 acres private hunting land – bunk house, trails, stands, creek. Lost Lake Rd, Wascott, WI
Sold price: $105,000
Outstanding private hunting land with creek, trails, ridgelines, clearings, and deer stands. Several potential building sites with easy access and great views. Includes 3-season bunkhouse wired for generator. Mix of terrain and trees, including white pine, red pine, jack, aspen, oak, and tamarack. Ready to hunt with multiple stands and clearings. A network of driveable trails. Cranberry Creek runs through. A hidden gem with approx 60-65 acres between Lost Lake and Crystal Lake Rd. Must see.
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Outstanding Value: 80 Acres of Prime Hunting Land Near Wascott, WI
For now, this is some of the best hunting land in Wascott. For the future, its potential building sites with great views make it a tremendous investment.
80 acres prime hunting land with creek, trails, ridgelines, and several potential building sites that have easy access and tremendous views. Includes basic 3-season bunkhouse wired for use with a generator. Mix of terrain and trees, including white pine.
What makes this property such an exceptional value? It’s great hunting land, with a number of trails, clearings, and permanent stands. Even though roads run through two corners of this parcel, the creek valley and meandering ridgelines make this property feel much larger than a mere 80 acres. It’s plenty large enough for hunting with bow or rifle.
Not far from those two roads, you’ll find several potential building sites with great overlooks of the valley below. For how, however, some of those sites are occupied by elevated deer stands. They offer a great view, too.
Here’s a new video from the Wisconsin DNR – Wild for Wisconsin.
So Sven and Ole are dragging a deer out of the woods by its hind legs. Einar sees em, says “Wouldn’t it be easier to pull that deer the other way, so the hairs aren’t bending backwards? Less friction, eh?” They both say “Ja!”
And…half hour later Ole says “You know, Sven this sure is easier.” Sven says “Ja, but we keep going deeper into the woods.”
HappyWisconsin deer opener! Wishing you more success and less friction.