Here’s your chance to own land in the Monster Buck Capital of the World. This epic whitetail playground has not only produced countless record book giants year-after-year, but even a recent Boone & Crockett scoring a whopping 185”+. It’s safe to say that this property is one of the most sought after land tracts in the Midwest for hunters looking to score on world-class whitetail. If the assortments of trail camera pictures haven’t already given you buck fever, perhaps the professional land management plan implemented by whitetail expert, Tony LaPratt will. This property has cutting-edge habitat improvements that include water holes, sneak trails, buck bedding areas, and much more. The state-of-the-art design strategy is strictly meant to hold, grow and kill mature whitetail through new-age practices that produce. The property offers excellent top-access with multiple entry and exit routes for varying winds. A well-kept trail system wraps throughout the tract, which lead to multiple food plots and kill sites. There’s 16-treestands that have already been carefully placed in hot spots along transitional edges, pinch-points and water holes. There are even numerous sites of apple trees that have been planted with a variety of species to drop fruit at different times of the fall. Hinge-cuts are followed by a sneak trail that circles the inside of the land. Bucks use this loop during the rut scent checking doe bedding areas. There’s truly nothing this property doesn’t have that any natural born hunter could wish for. More importantly, all the hard work has been done and you can simply enjoy the benefits of a turnkey operation. This is a piece of ground where habitat improvement and deer science blend into a work of art. You may search for years to find a property as turnkey as this one. The seller has owned the land for the past six years and has had opportunities to kill a 150”+ every season. There are 2-box blinds, 4-metal ladder stands and 8-homeade wooden stands. There’s 25-apples tree with mixtures of clover, soybeans, brassicas, and corn for food plots. Also includes 2-water holes. Countless mock scrapes along field edges and logging roads. On-site electric with a 1975 camper conveys in sale. A custom ozone building sits aside camper. Land comfortably hunts 4-people. MFL Closed for low taxes of $488.14. If you are in search of a Booner, this is your chance. Act fast, because this property won’t last long. For more info, please contact Travis Hamele at 608-742-5000 or email him at Travis@HameleAuctions.com.