240 Acres Taylor County
The back 160 acres is where the magic truly begins! Access can be made to the southwest corner off the end of School Road or you can cross corner to corner from the front 80 acres. This 160 acre tract features an excellent blend of cover types that typifies this part of the state. Don't shy away from the low ground. It's a thriving mix of swamp and marsh that will draw and hold endless varieties of wildlife. There are both tamarack and tag alder swamps as well as a mix of cattail marshes and active beaver ponds. All of which provide food and cover to deer throughout various parts of the year. Property also features a small, two acre pond. Between the low ground are stands of aspen, birch and other softwoods as well as a mature red pine stand in the northwest corner. The wooded acreage has a gentle to moderate terrain and there are several phenomenal funnels throughout. The abundant amount of deer sign suggests the property holds plenty of deer, even throughout the winter. Put the work in to return food to the open areas on this property and there will be no shortage of deer and other hunting opportunities. There are two cleared sections totalling about 25 acres that could be returned to tillable ground on this portion of the property as well.
Directions:From Gilman take Highway 73 south to Elm Drive. West on Elm Drive to property on right.
W14936 Elm Drive
W14936 Elm Drive, Lublin, WI