Premier Wisconsin Hunting Land: 120 Acres for Sale in Rusk County, Wisconsin
A one-of-a-kind 120 acre hunting property that has everything in place for the outdoor enthusiast. Located on a quiet gravel road, the acreage is nearly completely wooded with a rolling terrain of mixed hardwoods, creek bed bottoms, and is surrounded by productive farm country. Excellent access to the property - 1/4 mile frontage on a paved county road and 3/4 mile access via a quiet gravel road.
This property has been managed meticulously via the land conservation concepts of Aldo Leopold and the Quality Deer Management Association to create a wildlife paradise and thus offers excellent hunting opportunities for giant Wisconsin whitetails, bear, turkey, grouse, ducks, geese, etc. A forestry management plan constructed by a state forester has been in place since 2004. In addition, numerous food plots have been established (limed and fertilized per soil tests) - as well as undisturbed bedding sanctuaries, mineral sites, soft and hard mast trees, and multiple tree stands.
Surrounded by quality farm land, secluded sanctuaries, areas of thick cover, and multiple water sources this small property has the deer holding power of one 2-3 times its size. Furthermore, there are thousands of acres of public land (county, national, and state forest land) just a short drive north of the property:
The Chequamegaon National Forest (http://www.stateparks.com/chequamegon.html),
The Flambeau River State Forest (http://www.stateparks.com/flambeau_river.html),
and numerous County and FLC lands.
In fact, the Flambeau River State Forest - which offers excellent white water rafting, canoeing, and fishing - as well as thousands of acres of County Land is accessible via approved ATV trails directly from this property. Furthermore, this area of Wisconsin is well known throughout the country for its ruffed grouse hunting, abundant black bear population, and excellent walleye and musky fishing.
The furnished cabin (bunks, refrigerator, stove, furniture, dryer, etc) will comfortably sleep 8-10 hunters. The cabin has electricity, electric heat, but no indoor plumbing - an outhouse with a septic holding tank and electricity is located behind the cabin.
Location: ~2 miles north of Ingram, WI [Township of Richland]
Road Access: YES
Well / Septic: NO [does include an outhouse with holding tank and unfinished sand point well]
Taxes (2009): $584.89 [110 acres of the property are enrolled in a transferable MFL-Closed program at a rate of $1.57/acre until 2029]
Buildings: 960 sq ft furnished cabin with electric heat and an attached garage
Water Frontage: YES [more than 1/4 mile frontage on the North Fork of Main Creek]