OFF THE GRID
GOOD HUNTING OPPORTUNITIES
Many outdoorsmen dream of owning their own piece of hunting ground.
A property that holds Moose, Black Bear, Grouse and Rabbits and maybe have access to some water.
Whatever your dream property consists of, many of us dream of how we want to set it up with trails, tower stands, heated blinds, food plots, and water holes.
Well, HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY to be one of the few lucky landowners that can do whatever they please with their own property to try and maximize it for hunting purposes.
You can be fortunate enough to be able to purchase an acreage that has lots of tree cover, and access to a beautiful river.
This unique 117 acre property is located in the UNSURVEYED TERRITORY being on the south side of the LITTLE TURTLE RIVER & north easterly of BAD VERMILION LAKE northeast of the Community of Mine Center and west of Manion Lake Road and north of Highway 11.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY:
This property is in an UNORGANIZED TERRITORY.
According to the original patent the subject property is 117 Acres in size.
There are no improvements on the subject property.
There are no services to the subject property so you are TOTALLY OFF THE GRID.
The Little Turtle River borders the property on the north side and there is approximately 3,190 feet of frontage on the river.
Looking at the aerial photos of the property it appears that about 25 acres of the property is a flood plain adjacent to the majority of the river.
The rest of the property appears to be high and dry.
There are mature trees on this property and they could be used to build yourself a log cabin if you wanted to.
The east portion of the property has a creek flowing in a north/south direction and portions of this creek have been dammed by the local beavers and have created some nice ponds.
The local wildlife will be found along the creek and the ponds.
This would be an IDEAL HUNTING PROPERTY for big game and waterfowl and small game.
Yes, this property is in an UNORGANIZED AREA.
There is NO ZONING or ZONING BY-LAWS
That means that you don’t require any building permit to build any structure you want.
You can build more than one building or any number of buildings and no building permit is required.
If you build anything it is recommended that you should build following the ONTARIO BUILDING CODE so that you can insure your building.
You will need a permit from the Ministry of Health if you want to construct a septic field.
No permit is required for an outhouse or a composting toilet.
The Little Turtle River borders the property on the north side and there is approximately 3,190 feet of frontage on the south side of the river.
The property is located east of the Community of Mine Center and west of Manion Lake Road and north of Highway 11.
Mine Centre 45 miles from International Falls, MN
There are TWO WAYS to get to the property
BY BOAT or by TRAILS.
Access #1 would be by boat or canoe along the Little Turtle River from the east end of the Little Turtle Lake.
It is approximately 4.26 kilometers or 2.65 miles along the river to the westerly corner of the property.
Access # 2 would be by a combination of TRUCK or ATV/ARGO.
If you drive about 4 kilometers east of the Community of Mine Center and then turn left (north) onto the RUFF ROAD and follow the road to the railway tracks.
The crossing at the tracks has been taken out by the railway so you will have to park your vehicle here and then proceed with an ATV or ARGO.
Cross the tracks with your ATV or ARGO and follow the road to the left (west) for about 1.3 kilometers then at that point drive north on an old trail for about 0.82 kilometers or about 820 meters or about ½ mile and you are at the southerly line of the property.
The trail carries on into the property.
A review of the Original Patent reveals that Parcel 1182 was originally Parcel 2178 Rainy River.
The property was patented under Patent 1898 dated 6th June 1898.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY except for the “Pine Trees” which are reserved to the Crown.
LITTLE TURTLE RIVER
The Little Turtle River is a river in Northwestern Ontario.
The Little Turtle River is situated nearby to Mine Centre and Little Turtle Lake.
Where The Little Turtle River runs along the property it averages from 80 to 85 feet wide.
You can boat east on this river for at least 12 to 15 kilometers and west all the way into the Little Turtle Lake.
According to the MNR “Fish On Line” web site you can fish the Little Turtle River for Walleye, Yellow Perch, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass.
This property is surrounded on all four sides by CROWN LAND.
DO YOU LIKE TO FISH?
The Little Turtle River flows west into the very large Little Turtle Lake approximately 4.26 kilometers or 2.65 miles.
The river continues east for a very long distance and you can easily boat and fish for 12 to 15 kilometers or longer.
You can fish the Little Turtle River for Walleye, Yellow Perch, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass.
The property is in Fisheries Management Zone 5.
DO YOU LIKE TO HUNT?
Enjoy great opportunities for big game hunting right on your own property.
Enjoy some great opportunities for waterfowl hunting along the river in front of your own property.
Mallards, bluebills, teals, along with several other species of ducks migrate through the region in the autumn.
Enjoy good grouse and rabbit hunting right on your own property.
This property is in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 9B
This property is very close to WMU 12B.
Hunt along the river or hunt on your property or on the adjoining Crown Lands.
From the Community of Mine Centre it is only 7.3 kilometers or 5.4 miles to the property.
The distances from Mine Centre to the following cities are as follows;
Mine Centre to Fort Frances is 68 Kilometers or 42 Miles
Mine Centre to Atikokan is 85 Kilometers or 53 Miles
Mine Centre to Rainy River 159 Kilometers or 99 Miles
Mine Centre to Dryden, 196 Kilometers or 121 Miles
Mine Centre to Duluth Minnesota is 361 Kilometers or 224 Miles
Mine Centre to Thunder Bay is 281 Kilometers or 175 Miles