WHITE TAIL DEER HUNTING
REMOTE ACCESS PROPERTY
RIVER AND TRAIL ACCESS
OFF THE GRID
This is a prime opportunity to buy that deer hunting property you have always wanted.
A secluded property that not many hunters will know about in the UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP OF NELLES.
River access or ARGO like trail.
The fact that you cannot drive a truck to the property will keep most hunters away from your location.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
This is an 81-acre property that abuts large areas of Crown Land on the South and West property lines.
The SPRUCE ISLANDS NATURE PRESERVE neighbours the property on the North and East property lines.
You can access your property by taking the Kishkakoesis River.
Since you are close to the river, there are wet areas throughout most of the property. But as a hunter will know, this is a good thing.
Set up your tree stands and look for the many trails the deer often use.
You can enjoy good Whitetail Deer Hunting with abundant deer on your own property and the adjacent Crown Lands and know that because of access this would be a low pressure hunting area.
The primary trees on this property are Spruce and cedar.
This property has old growth and there are no records or signs of it ever being harvested.
HOW TO GET TO THIS PROPERTY
You can access this property from the River or by using a trail.
An easy way to access this property is to take the Kishkakoesis River.
You can enter the Kishkakoesis River at Highway 619.
Take the River West for roughly 4.7km.
You are now 500 meters South of the property. There are trails that you can take from here to enter the property.
The trail starts at the end of Blue 6 Road, which is located just West of the property.
At the end of Blue 6 Road, you continue East down the trail which will eventually start to head Southeast.
From the end of Blue 6 Road to the subject property is roughly 3.6km’s.
Satellite images shows that SECTIONS OF THIS TRAIL HAVE BEEN GROWN IN. You may have to clean up the trials for easier access.
Our directions start in the township of Pinewood. At the intersection of Lauzon Road and Highway 11;
Head North on Lauzon Road and continue for 6.7km's;
You are now at the end of Lauzon Road and where the ATV Trail Starts
Continue north on the ATV trail for 2.4km's.
You are now at the Kishkakoesis River.
Cross the river and continue North on the trail for another 500 meters,
You are now at the property.
This property is completely OFF THE GRID.
When you want to build you will need to find a way of getting the material in, or use the mature trees that are growing on your property for timber.
You don’t require a building permit as this is an unorganized township.
There is no size restriction.
You don’t require a permit for an outhouse or a composting toilet.
Go green and get your power by solar or wind generation, or a combination of each together with back-up generator and propane.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS DO NOT COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
LIKE TO HUNT?
This property is in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 10.
Whitetail Deer are numerous in the Rainy River District of Northwestern Ontario.
Ontario's deer herd is world class.
Many Whitetail Deer Hunters come from across the province as well as from many areas of the United States and Canada for that "Big Trophy Buck Experience" that is available in the Rainy River area.
Who knows…you just may get that “TROPHY BUCK” right on your own property!
Hunt for Black Bear
This area has a large black bear population.
Waterfowl and Upland Bird Hunting
This area of Ontario has a large population of local ducks and geese, as well, this area is located on the prime migration routes for geese and ducks.
There is a good population of upland game birds including ruffed grouse and sharptail grouse in this area.
LIKE TO FISH?
Fishing in the Rainy River District is very popular.
It is especially popular on the nearby famous Lake of the Woods.
If lake of The Woods is too big for you then you have a choice of many dozeds of other lakes to the east and north of here.
Most are within a 20-60 minute drive away.
There is an abundance in the number and trophy sized species of freshwater fish found here.
Pick the fish you want to catch and pick the lake.
Rainy River/Baudette to this property is about 26 kilometers or about 16 miles.
Fort Frances/International Falls to this property 98 kilometers or about 61 miles.
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