If you’ve been looking for a piece of property with endless recreational opportunities, then you need to look at this farm located just outside of Melrose! With approximately 1.25 miles of river frontage on the Black River, you will be able to keep yourself busy all year. The Black River is well known for its Musky, Walleye, and Smallmouth fishing. You could also hook into a Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Catfish, or Panfish while out fishing. With river frontage comes the opportunity for canoeing, kayaking, boating, and waterfowl hunting. In the timber is a 1.5-acre pond which provides additional waterfowl hunting opportunities. Approximately 29 acres of fallow fields could be tilled and planted with row crops to provide excellent food sources for wildlife along with a return on your investment. While photographing the property, I kicked up a really nice buck and several does. Along with a great whitetail deer hunting, the turkey population on the property and in the area is very strong. Black bears are known to frequent the property as well. The thick ground cover provides excellent cover and bedding for wildlife. A trail system could easily be put in to provide quiet and easy access throughout all of the timber. There are several mature oak trees which provide a great acorn crop as well as excellent stand locations. If you are interested in taking a look at this property, give me a call to schedule your private showing!
- Approximately 1.25 miles of Black River frontage for boating, canoeing, kayaking and waterfowl hunting - Great fishing for Musky, Walleye, Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Northern Pike and Panfish - 1.5 +/- acre pond for additional waterfowl hunting and water source for wildlife - Approximately 29 acres of fallow fields which could be converted into tillable acreage - Mature oak trees for excellent food sources and stand locations - Great deer and turkey hunting along with black bear hunting opportunities - Excellent ground cover ideal for wildlife cover and bedding - Approx. 30 minutes from La Crosse, 2 hours from Madison and 4 hours from Chicago