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Land for sale including Hunting Land in Ogemaw County Michigan

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$174,900 7.9 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1 ½ Bath | 1119 sqft
2800 Rifle River Trail, West Branch, MI 48661 - Ogemaw County

7.9 acres West Branch, MI

This property is truly a fisherman's, hunter's, nature lover's, and motor water sports lover's dream, providing something for everyone in the family. Excellent trout, walleye, and bass fishing, fantastic deer and turkey hunting, easy access to high adrenaline water sports, and a delightful cottage for everyone to get cozy in to enjoy a late night euchre game or s'mores by the camp fire. Beautiful newer 3 BR, 1.5 bath home on 6.9 rolling wooded acres along the Rifle River provides excellent brown trout, rainbow trout, steelhead, salmon fishing. The surrounding dense fir and cedar forest stands provide a host of wildlife, including abundant deer, turkey, grouse, and the occasional bobcat and bear. Property includes two .5 acre buildable lots
Phil DeVries Michigan Outdoor Properties LLC
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$80,000 40 acres
Scribner Rd, Rose City, MI 48654 - Ogemaw County

40 secluded acres

If you're looking to get away from it all this 40 wooded acres may be just what you ordered. Property is located at end of nearly 3/4 mile long gated easement. Nicely wooded with plenty of deer, and turkey for the outdoorsperson. Property has oaks, poplars, spruce and pines. Woods are a combination of thicke spots and some clearer areas for may be a food plot. Trails are cut for access around the land. Plenty of nice trees for a tree stand. Will need agent with you to view property.
Phil DeVries Michigan Outdoor Properties LLC
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$59,000 40 acres
1605 E. Rose City Rd, Rose City, MI 48654 - Ogemaw County

Wild 40

I call these places "Special Purpose" Hunting Lands. Where you gotta enjoy hunting the knarly stuff. Those places that are brushy, thick, a little squishy / wet areas, and your encounters with deer are up close and personal. One of those spots you'll need that compass to find your stand in the daylight and at dusk. Trees are mostly poplars, spruce, cedar, and various bushes. Some tall grass running thru the power line that crosses the land. Seems a little tamer right out by the road, but gets wild and woolly the farther you head back in. I'm thinking this is one of those places the deer move around all day cause it's so secluded. One of those places that you pack in your lunch and stay all day. Just keep an eye out for some critter that ma
Phil DeVries Michigan Outdoor Properties LLC