Property DescriptionIf you’re in the market for a truly premier Fulton County deer hunting farm this tract is a must see! This farm is located South of Canton, IL in an area that has a long-standing history of producing giant whitetails year after year! The now closed Duck Creek power plant (Vista Corp) is less than 2 miles North of this tract which is made up of thousands of acres of no hunting pressure. Multiple other nearby large landowners practice intense QDMA in the area with most of the pressure being bowhunting only. Little to no deer hunting is allowed on Springfield Coal Company ground, between these owners there is roughly 8000 acres in close proximity allowing the deer in this area to grow to their full potential. This surveyed 106.7 acre tract is made up of 8+- acres of row crops and established food plots, rolling large timber, thick bedding, 2 ponds (2.5 acre/1 acre) and Buckheart Creek. There are 2 access points, the main access is located in the SE corner of the property where there’s a well, septic and electricity. This would be an ideal spot for a future cabin or home offering spectacular views of the ponds and property. The second access is a deeded ingress/egress across the adjoining tillable field that is ideal for sneaking in and out from the East side of the property. Numerous well placed elevated box blinds have been strategically placed for ideal winds. The deer sign throughout this tract is as impressive as anywhere we’ve seen! Buckheart Creek bottom creates a natural travel corridor for deer traveling from the massive block of timber to the North. With a quick look at an aerial map of this section, any serious deer hunter or outdoorsman will understand immediately the value of the location!
12-5N-4E PT NW&NE SURVEY 1776663/PT NW E OF FORMER RR&W OF LINE E 39AC NW/N OF TRACT ON SURVEY 1776663/SEC 01 T5 R4 PT W 1/2 SW E OF RR EXCEPT 90.695 AC ON SURVEY 1670340/SSL514
Brad Belser graduated from Iowa State University with his Bachelor’s degree in marketing. His longtime passion for bowhunting, fishing and land led him to a career in land real estate. As a Central Illinois native, Brad grew up around some of the most fertile farmland and best whitetail deer hunting in the world. His years of experience have provided him with a knowledge and background to serve his clients throughout Central and West Central Illinois. When Brad isn’t farming or working on deer habitat at his home farm, he’s most likely in a tree stand or spending time with his wife and daughter.