I call these places "Special Purpose" Hunting Lands. Where you gotta enjoy hunting the knarly stuff. Those places that are brushy, thick, a little squishy / wet areas, and your encounters with deer are up close and personal. One of those spots you'll need that compass to find your stand in the daylight and at dusk. Trees are mostly poplars, spruce, cedar, and various bushes. Some tall grass running thru the power line that crosses the land. Seems a little tamer out by the road, but gets wild and woolly the farther you head back in. I'm thinking this is one of those places the deer move around all day because it's so secluded. One of those places that you pack in your lunch and stay all day. Just keep an eye out for some critter that may want that lunch more than you.This 40 acres is on a paved road, between Rose City and Lupton. Only a mile east to Rifle River Recreation Area. It does have a hard surface driveway just off the road that gives you a place to park.Address is estimated
This property sits between the North Branch of the Au Sable River and 180 acres of state land that adjoins Shupac Lake. This is fisherman/hunters dream. There are a lot of deer crossing this property to drink from the river, not to speak of the trout that were spawning in the river. So if you like nature, this is the finest. # 6969
Need to get away from it all? Here it is, 5.06 acres on North Island near Bay Port and south of Sand Point. Seclusion - check, great fishing - check, 921' of shoreline - check, hunting - check, peace & quite - check. Call today for your piece of an island.