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$189,900 79.7 acres
1572 Steves Road, Omer, MI 48749 - Arenac County

79.7 acres Omer, MI

This parcel has been owned by the current owner and family since 1967. The hunting has been done by primarily a very limited number of family members and QDMA has been enforced on the property for the past 6 years harvesting older bucks only and a very limited number of does. The deer numbers are very high and the number of mature deer is high as well due to the management practices in place. The owner has harvested his buck every year for the past 12 years before noon on the first day of the gun season. It is a great mix of hardwoods and higher ground as well as thick cedar swamp and pines. Several creeks run through the property and the bedding areas and fawning areas are numerous. There was significant sign in the form of rubs and scrape
Chuck Keefer Whitetail Properties
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$89,900 40 acres
S. Santiago Road, Au Gres, MI 48703 - Arenac County

40 acres Au Gres, MI

This is a duck and goose hunters dream property. Located less than 1000 yards from Saginaw Bay shoreline with only a large corn/bean field separating it from the main bay this parcel is home to and the feeding and nesting grounds for a very large population of native ducks and geese. Three ponds are located on the east side of the land and it has been groomed for the purpose of hunting these birds. There are several levees that separate the parcel allowing for tremendous hunting opportunities. The property also is a destination for deer and turkeys as well as pheasants. It is a natural travel corridor between two timber plots for the deer. A significant added bonus is 11.7 acres are enrolled in a CRP program and generate $2114.00 per year a
Chuck Keefer Whitetail Properties
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$599,000 167 acres 6 Beds | 2 Baths
2834 S Santiago Rd, Au Gres, MI 48703 - Arenac County

Duck Hunters Dream

Duck Hunters Dream is conveniently located 3 miles south of Au Gres. This property boasts 167 acres of spectacular waterfowl habitat and an impressive 3,500 +/- feet on Lake Huron. There is a large area along the lake that could possibly be planted to crops and later flooded for waterfowl. Ken Mattis the former steward of this property had a keen eye for quality wildlife habitat and was a pioneer in the early QDM practices in Michigan. Ken intensively managed this property for the past 32 years. The terrain and habitat on this property are as diverse as it gets in Michigan. Imagine watching the sun set over the water from your hunting blind as flocks of waterfowl blacken the sky and mature bucks begin to show themselves from the heavy beddi
Doug Leitch Wildlife Realty