GREAT HUNTING AREA
Escape the stress of everyday Life with CLEAN FRESH AIR, beautiful Sunrises and Sunsets and Spectacular Northern Lights.
This is a large land holding that is composed of a total of EIGHT PATENTED MINING CLAIM PROPERTIES that have a total size of 360 Acres.
Located just off Belmore Bay in beautiful Sturgeon Lake.
Sturgeon Lake, is about an hour north of Ignace.
There are several lakes in Ontario with this same name, but this particular STURGEON LAKE is the largest...51 miles or 82 kilometers long, about 10 miles or 16 kilometers wide at its widest point, and over 300 feet deep at its deepest point.
OWN THIS PROPERTY and you will enjoy the quiet surroundings of the great outdoors.
Every day you can be serenaded by a variety of wildlife and the gentle sound of the water lapping against the shore.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The property is just east of Belmore Bay of Sturgeon Lake in the Northeast Arm of the lake.
A total of 360 Acres.
The westerly line of the property is only about 170 feet from the waters of Belmore Bay.
The 170 feet from the westerly line of the property and the lake is CROWN LAND.
Build a floating dock at the waters edge, cut out an ATV/ARGO trail for 170 feet and you are at the westerly line of this large property.
Clear out a nice spot and build your cabin overlooking this beautiful bay.
This property is well treed with a good mix of Poplar Trees, Spruce Trees and the odd Birch Tree and White Pine Tree.
There are plenty of trees so that if you wanted you could cut enough trees to build your own log cabin.
PONDS ON THE PROPERTY
There are two ponds in the southerly portion of the property.
The smallest pond is about an acre in size.
The larger pond which flows into Belmore Bay is about 2.5 acres in size.
There is a huge pond (that someone could probably call it a lake) which is connected to Coveney Lake by a creek that is about 10 acres in size.
In some parts of Ontario they would call it a lake but in Northern Ontario we will call it a big pond.
The shoreline is at 410 meters above sea level.
From the shoreline the property rises to the east to 420 meters and then 430 meters above sea level.
A pretty gradual 20 meters or about 66 feet in height above the lake.
There are a couple of areas that are at the highest point of the property at 440 meters.
Many areas will give you a beautiful view of Belmore Bay.
YOU CANNOT DRIVE to this property!
Best way is by boat of by float plane.
Boat of fly by float plane into Belmore Bay, beach your boat and walk in or make an ATV/ARGO trail for about 170 feet to the westerly line of this property.
THEN you have 360 acres to hunt or pay on.
A review of the original patents of each of the mining claims show that these properties come with the following rights.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY except for the “Pine Trees” which are reserved to the CROWN.
NORTHERN LIGHTS (aurora borealis)
Seeing the northern lights with your own eyes is a beautiful sight of dancing waves of light that have captivated people for millennia.
The best time of year to see the northern lights is between September and April, when the sky gets dark enough to see the aurora.
When we searched the original patents of each property we located a copy of an original survey for each property.
LIKE TO FISH?
Sturgeon Lake is well known for its incredible Lake Trout fishing.
The northern pike fishing in Sturgeon Lake is also second to none.
Sturgeon Lake is well known for its excellent walleye fishing.
ABOUT STURGEON LAKE
Sturgeon Lake is a very deep, cold lake, with the deepest hole over 300 feet making it one of the best lake trout habitat lakes in Ontario.
Because of the many long, narrow fingers in the North end of the Lake, there are over 800 miles of shoreline, not counting the Islands.
This vast amount of shoreline provides a much higher fish population than is found in the average Lake.
The lake is 55 miles long with miles of shoreline that will keep you busy all week, fish Trout, Northern or Walleye.
Sturgeon Lake is often described as one of the most beautiful lakes in Northern Ontario.
The lake is both spring and river fed and you will be overwhelmed by its picturesque shores with steep granite cliffs, its gently sloping wooded shorelines and its magnificent sandy beaches.
The lake offers a variety of depths, structures, irregular shorelines and islands with numerous secret fishing holes awaiting your discovery.
Fish found in Sturgeon Lake are:
Borbot (better known around the area as Ling).
LIKE TO HUNT?
Hunt for Moose, Black Bear, Wolf, Duck and Grouse.
There are some pretty big moose out there.
Northwest Ontario is home to some monster black bears.
Grouse & Rabbits are very abundant in this area.
Located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMNT UNIT (WMU) 15A.
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