Imagine owning a remarkable property that's been completely converted into a deer and turkey refuge just minutes from Viroqua, WI. This 112+/- acre day dreamer is unquestionably one of the very best trophy whitetail tracts to hit the market in years. You're looking at a turnkey operation that's been tried, tested and proven to consistently produce world-class animals year in, year out.
This legendary estate offers endless potential for those outdoor enthusiasts who simply desire unmatched seclusion with views and unrivaled hunting that's often times impossible to find. Enter this haven off of Kilmer Lane, which is a Dead-End Road that turns into a private gated gravel access way. Travel nearly a mile deep into cascading bluffs along a ridgetop at 1,100ft elevation until you reach basecamp. Here, you'll find a picturesque clearing perfectly fit for your weekend retreat. Currently, a camper and small shed sit snug along a large ridge base fit with a deer pole for the ultimate campsite. While there's no well, septic or electric, this paradise could potentially offer an off-grid Amish built cabin ran off of a generator or solar if you so desire.
The land has been modified with one of the most amazing trail systems I've ever seen. Nearly 6-miles of well-groomed trails wrap throughout this wildlife infested terrain. Each trail has been meticulously constructed to accommodate superb access to and from deer stands as well as game recovery. Scale up bluffs and drop into deep valleys with comforting ease, which lead to 20-different treestand setups. You'll find 4-custom built bow and gun combo box blinds placed in proven big buck hot spots - 4ft x 8ft or 4ft x 6ft. There's even one more being constructed at the very moment. A Blind Turtle brand hard-shell combo blind overlooks a rigid valley for the optimal gun hunting setup. The remaining stands are cozy ladder systems placed with fine detail and attention.
There's roughly 4+ acres of food plots that are solely designated as kill zones. These small pockets are the most incredible staging areas for wildlife before they move into neighboring destination agriculture fields to feed at night, which borders 3-of-4 directions of this tract. A small manmade watering hole lies near basecamp as well, which I can attest, every critter in the neighborhood knows about. Quality Deer Management has not only been a staple for this particular property, but also the neighborhood. Large bordering properties surround the region. For instance, 320+/- acre private owner on North and East boundary as well as a 106+/- acre private owner to the South. Large blocks of privately owned land tend to generate giants.
The property makeup is quite unprecedented. Top access from the easterly side allows hunting opportunities to 3.5 amazing ridgetops. The Westerly side offers 4-additional knobs to enjoy your sought after November Rut hunts. The north central bottom valley is known as the “Golden Triangle.” This is where multiple valleys converge into the bottom and mature deer cruise from one bluff face to the next. There's thousands of trail camera photos from this particular spot alone. A main valley vessel runs from the NW corner of the property down to the SE corner, which helps with bonafide pinch-points and funnels.
Mature timber creates exceptional habitat for turkey roosts and a thick understory offers whitetail cover and forage year-round. The land has received extremely limited hunting pressure over the years and is ready for the next outdoor enthusiast to fully enjoy. There's only 16+/- Acres enrolled in MFL-Closed. The remaining property taxes are $5,038+/- per Vernon County Tax Roll. For lower taxes, Buyer may enroll more land into the program for a significant tax decrease.
This is truly a profound piece of recreational ground. The land is tucked away off the beaten path, which probably notes an additional bonus to why it's so idyllic. It's quite simple to completely lose yourself in the rolling hardwood ridges and stunning valley bowls. Beauty meets world-class whitetail hunting in this scenic wilderness.
Now is the time to take advantage of this world-class estate. Consider this property a must-see if you have any interest in owning some of most prolific deer dirt in the state. For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Land Specialist Brandon Wikman at or email him at OR Joe Nawrot at // Wikman & Joe Nawrot is Southwestern Wisconsin's 1 Land Specialist Team.
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