· Not Buildable
· Access via Recorded Easement
· Southeast Access
· Littered with Beds & Sign
· Adjacent Ag Fields
Located in northern Saxeville Township just over a mile south of the Waupaca County border, this affordable (priced under assessed value) 40 acre tract presents an opportunity to escape the public crowds during your November whitetail pursuits. Accessible via recorded easement, be prepared to slip on a good pair of rubber boots and navigate cattails, tag alder, and willows filled with beds and rubs.
Southeasterly access aids for ingress/egress with prevailing westerly and northerly winds throughout the season. Ag fields located to the south and west create a predictable movement pattern as deer transition from bed to feed. Aerial photos easily illustrate the amount of historical travel corridors utilized. The serious hunter searching for a tract this size within their budget will value owning where the deer spend most of their daylight hours. During gun season, neighboring pressure is sure to continuously move deer into the thick cover throughout the property.
Bottomland hardwoods are dotted across the parcel consisting of maple, ash, large willows, and the occasional white pine and swamp oak providing ample options for stands.
Rubber boots will be required to navigate year round. Any type of equipment travel will be difficult at best. However, that is why deer live here and what makes it a good hunting tract.
Please note, this property is NOT buildable.
Contact Listing Agent Pat Guyse to schedule your private showing. (608) 547-7816