AMAZING NORTHEASTERN ONTARIO!
CROWN LAND AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE
Calling all hunters and avid outdoorsmen. Amazing 159.5 acres of prime hunting land, surrounded by crown land on the East, South and West sides of the parcel.
LOCATED in the UNORGANIZED township of Sharpe.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
This relatively flat parcel of land is in one of the most sought-after hunting areas in Ontario for Moose and Bear.
Large creek flowing along the Eastern section of the property.
With some very good clearings along the creek as well.
The maps show an atv/snowmobile trail that runs to the property through Crown land.
The clearings along the creek and the trails running through the property really attract the large game, who tends to follow these trails
These areas would make excellent spots to place tree stands or hunting blinds on.
Build a cabin on the higher ground on the North Western corner of the property.
Access to thousands of acres of Crown Land that surround the property.
Long Lake is approximately 3.4km from the property as the crow flies.
You can access Long Lake through Crown Land.
A review of the original patents reveal that the following rights come with this property.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY.
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY.
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY except for Pine trees which are reserved to the Crown.
There is crown land that abuts this property on the East, South and West sides.
Over 10,000 acres of crown land that provides access to many lakes and rivers to hunt and fish on.
Unlimited space to explore and create adventure for your family and friends
DO YOU LIKE TO HUNT?
This parcel is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU)28:
WMU 28 Description Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 28 is located in the Kirkland Lake District of the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR). The unit is bounded by the Quebec border to the east, the Montreal River to the south, the Black River, Watabeag River, Englehart River and Montreal River to the west, and Lake Abitibi and the Abitibi River to the north. The unit covers an area of more than 10,000 square kilometres and is part of Cervid Ecological Zone (CEZ) C2.
The most recent survey completed in 2009, resulted in a total population estimate of 3056 +/- 652 moose with a density of 34 moose per 100 square kilometres. In 2009 the population was composed of 17 percent bulls, 58 percent cows, 21 percent calves and 3 percent unknown.
DO YOU LIKE TO FISH?
Take advantage of all the crown land surrounding your property.
Just over 3km’s and you can access Long Lake.
Long Lake is a great place for fishing on the 36.5 miles of shoreline.
Fish for Lake Trout, Walleye (Pickerel), Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, Brown Bull Head, Ling & White Fish in Long Lake.
There are snowmobile trails that run from the Southern section to the North West section of the property and trails that can access the North West part of the property, as well.
WE RECOMMEND USING AN ARGO TO ACCESS THE PROPERTY IN THE NON WINTER MONTHS
This parcel is located in the Unorganized township of Sharpe. There is no zoning requirements in this area. Feel free to build your dream hunt cabin and enjoy your freedom.
Toronto : 590km (367 miles)
North Bay: 234 km (145 miles)
Timmins: 162km (100 miles)