Here is your chance to own a tract of Minnesota River Bottom with a history of great hunting. This turn-key hunting property is located in the heart of the Minnesota River Bottom in a great neighborhood capable of producing large numbers of deer and turkeys. A county road on the western boundary offers easy access to this impressive recreation haven. As you enter the property from the west, you will find a clean, easy to navigate, trail system leading to 8 hunting blinds located around the property. The trail system not only provides convenient vehicle travel but helps create travel corridors for whitetail deer. The western portion of the property is comprised of a thick stand of boxelder and willows. The eastern portion of the property is more open with some oak trees. All of the woods on this property are entered into the Re-Invest in Minnesota (RIM) Program which encompasses 125.4 acres. In the far southwestern corner of the property sets approximately one acre of tillable land which could be used as a food plot or place to park a camper during deer season. To add some diversity, in the southwest corner sits a large wetland with a proven history of producing wood ducks. In the southeastern portion of the property lies two more wetlands providing an opportunity to shoot many different species of waterfowl to include, Canada geese, diving ducks, and dabbling ducks. The most underrated opportunity here could be the turkey hunting. Both times I walked this property both in the summer and winter, there was no shortage of turkey sign. Because there are large roost trees located on the property and ag fields nearby, this is a location that will hold turkeys year-round. Not to be overlooked is the one mile of Minnesota River frontage which acts as the northern and eastern boundary lines. Fishing on the Minnesota River can be an added bonus, especially for catfish and walleye.
- Approximately 125.4 acres of timber - 3 sloughs to hunt waterfowl - Approximately one acre of tillable ground - Well maintained trail system - Eight deer blinds - Proven history of deer hunting success - Approximately one mile of Minnesota River frontage - Wintering area for whitetail deer - Plentiful deer and turkey sign - Catfish and walleye fishing in Minnesota River - 13 miles northwest of Sleepy Eye - 13 miles east of Redwood Falls