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Wisconsin
Oneida County
56 Acres
True Northwoods hunting camp. All legal game and judging from the trail camera pictures most all legal game can be found on this property. This property has not been hunted much and not at all last year. All sorts of deer sign. Landowner has a food plot near the center of the property that seems to attract all sorts of game. Numerous trails. Campers are allowed. There is an open area close to the road that has an old trailer. Trailer is off limits, but this is a good area to camp or park your own camper. Landowner will consider additional food plots.
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Wisconsin
Trempealeau County
255 Acres
Wisconsin has 8 of the top 10 deer hunting counties in the US as per North American Whitetail Assoc. Trempealeau Co. is one of those counties. The Wisconsin cross bow record buck was taken in 2021 in Trempealeau Co. 13 pt. 196 7/8 and field dressed at 233 lbs. Look up the Unicorn buck on the internet. This buck was taken in Trempealeau Co. in 2017 and scored 225 1/8. Property in Trempealeau Co. is hard to come by as its history of producing monster bucks is no secret. This is an opportunity to get on a premier Trempealeau Co. property for the 2022 season. This property has heavy woods on the south side of the property. Numerous tree lines, creek. You will need an ATV here. No ATV driving on fields. Drive along fence lines. There will be an increased lease cost for commercial guides. This lease will end June 1, 2023. We do not want the lease to end during any of the deer seasons in 2023. The dude in the pictures was kicked up while walking the property. He was bedded down in the tree line along the creek. There is an entrance to the field east of the farmhouse. This is where to park and load, unload ATV's, deer, etc.
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Iowa
Mills County
156 Acres
156 acres in Mills County, IA. Located 10 minutes southeast of Glenwood. The west boundary to this lease is the Waubonsie Creek, which will serve as a good travel corridor and access to water for game on the property. Plenty of timber to set stands and pockets to put up blinds to seclude yourself from game. Property has a yearly corn/bean rotation. Landowner says he sees multiple deer every time he is on the property. Respect to crop and crop ground is a must. Please use edges for access and foot traffic when muddy. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included.
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Oklahoma
Pottawatomie County
15 Acres
15 acres in Pottawatomie County, OK. Located 15 minutes west of Shawnee, OK. and hasn't been hunted since 1998. This property is made up of oak, black walnut, hickory and blackjack trees. Close to the road and the house, at the bottom of the hill, you will find there is an old growth forest of oak and black walnut. A bit further back there are stands of hickory. Plenty of good trees for stand locations. A small meadow is 1/3 of the way back from the road. Fairly thick woods of oak are in the center of the property. Thinner growth and a small meadow by the pond are in the back of the property. There is one small pond at the back of the property with surrounding clay terrain and blackjacks. The landowner says that they have plenty of deer and the older bigger bucks are more toward the center and the back of the property. Also, there has been some digging around, so any wild hogs should be shot on site. Landowner asks that you be respectful to neighboring landowners and please be cautious while gun hunting as there are houses in the area. Please obey all state/county gun laws while hunting this property. Hunting permitted for: Whitetail deer, wild hogs, & coyotes. No hunting permitted for fawns, any birds or small game animals. Tree stands must be lean on stands, no screwing in of foot pegs of any kind. Trees may not be trimmed or cut for any reason. No firing of any weapon of any kind within range of any structures on the property or any of the neighbor's structures. -No fires -No camping -No field dressing on property Landowner reserves the right to walk the property and asks that lessee send a text when you will be out hunting. ATV's are not allowed, so make sure to bring a cart to retrieve your game. Easy walking path to get through most of the property. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included
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South Dakota
Kingsbury County
160 Acres
160 acres in Kingsbury, SD. Located 10 minutes north of Lake Preston. This property had 109 acres of corn/bean rotation (corn 2022) with the rest in CRP, milo & sloughs. This is a great opportunity to lease some hunting ground to hunt upland game, waterfowl and possibly deer. If you are looking to add an additional 318 acres, take a look at SDEA 0042. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included
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South Dakota
Kingsbury County
318 Acres
318 acres in Kingsbury, SD. Located 45 minutes northwest of Brookings and just outside of the town of Erwin. Across the street from Hojrup Waterfowl Production Area. Just in time for the 2022 season! This property consists of 240 acres of corn/bean rotation (beans 2022) and the rest is covered by CRP grass & sloughs. Some of the CRP areas are planted in milo to keep upland game close by. A shelter belt runs east to west on the southern half to set up if you plan to deer hunt. The farm manager says he was just out to visit this property and seen both deer and pheasants. Get your bid in today! Game on property: deer, coyote, waterfowl & upland game. There is a shed located on the SW portion of the property not owned by landowner. If you want to add an additional 160 acres, go ahead and check out SDEA 0043. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included.
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Indiana
Daviess County
160 Acres
Lots of deer and turkey roam this 160 acre farm in Daviess County, Indiana I love this area of the state. With it's rolling hills and crop land, Daviess County is not only beautiful, it also produces it's fair share of trophy bucks each year. This farm should be a great example. A great mix of timber, thick bedding and row crops for a prime food source. The deer sign is very easy to find which suggests above average deer numbers. Turkeys in the Spring should be an added bonus. There is a barn on the south side of the property which could be used as a campsite and a bit of a basecamp. ATV's are permitted but on a very limited basis to hang stands and retrieve game. The landowner requests no riding to and from stands. This is a 12-month lease unless the auction ends after 9/1. In that event, the lease will end on 6/31 of the following year. The lease is an exclusive lease for all legal game.
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Minnesota
Becker County
30 Acres
30 acres in Becker County, MN. This property is made up of 15 acres of timber and the remainder is mixed grasses and small brush. Plenty of area to set stands/blinds and be ready for this upcoming hunting season. Landowner says there is a good mixture of game on the property to be hunted. Mainly turkey and deer. The access road is a shared easement so the farmer can access the field to the east. ATV's can be used for hunting purposes only. Only temporary hang-on, climber or ladder stands can be used and absolutely no tree pegs or spikes. Owner asks that you only cut limbs for shooting lanes. Camping is allowed, but the property does not have hookups. Please make sure the camper is not parked on the access road. Landowner reserves the right to access and will notify lessee when they plan to be out there. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included
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