This farm is located south of Oblong in the southwest corner of Crawford county. It has a 12’ easement off 2000E that runs into the northeast corner of the property. There is a recent survey, and the corners are still clearly marked with fence posts and flagging. The majority of the woods are open hardwoods with some thick areas throughout. The small tree line that runs south is thick and provides great cover for upland birds, turkeys and deer. The seller has a small food plot in the southeast corner of the main woods and has planted a screen making it not visible from the road. There are several nice trail cam pictures from the summer months and during the season. This property is also far enough off the river that during floods, this is some of the first high ground that doesn’t get wet. Multiple tree lines and small woodlots feed into this small tract making it a great rut location. This is a small farm with a lot of good big buck history that probably won’t last long. Call me today to see this property before it is gone.
Small tract with big whitetails and turkeys
Some of the first high ground when the Embarras River gets out
Very secluded wood lot with several tree lines feeding into it making a great rut locations
12’ easement off 2000E and a current survey with corners still clearly marked
This farm is surrounded by agriculture and has a small location for a food plot
Roughly 10 minutes south of Oblong and relatively close to Robinson and Newton