Located in central Trempealeau county, this 33 acre tract with a recently built 14'x40' cabin is designed to kill big deer in one of the best counties in the state. The unparalleled southeast access allows you to travel the entire length of the property along the easterly side with an incredible array of big buck habitat to your westerly. Micro food plots, a stream, a pond, rolling terrain, and thick early successional cover are just the tip of the ice berg with this astounding deer paradise.
Upon entering the property you are greeted by a hunting basecamp that is already equipped with electric, water, and needs only a few interior finishing touches to be completed. Additional storage is provided onsite via a 10'x10' shed. Once stepping foot off the front deck you are immersed in whitetail habitat from the get-go. A gently flowing stream requires a gradual crossing to access a trail system that takes you throughout the entire parcel. Micro food plots are tucked in and amongst the tall, bed ridden marsh grass.
While slowly climbing the rolling terrain north through the property you are met by the start of a pine plantation butting up against a secluded shallow water pond. Do not let the pine plantation fool you, there are several gaps throughout that permit the growth of briars and shrubs creating scattered bedding areas. Additional small food plots are present in the plantation with opportunities to create more.
The highest elevation and best bedding cover is located in the northwest corner of the property. A past timber harvest has resulted in a smorgasbord of early successional browse and cover. The transition areas of pine to young hardwoods are covered with rubs, scrapes, and beds.
Given the access, habitat, and location this piece of deer dirt is a complete no-brainer for someone looking to consistently harvest great deer. It is hard to find a 30 acre parcel that will hunt bigger than this one.
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