Here is a great opportunity to own a great recreational property that offers both deer and waterfowl hunting along the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. The property is located just south of Burlington, Iowa in Pool 19 and has what is locally know as Silver Lake running through its middle. This body of water has access via boat and also via land. Silver Lake is a great area for backwater duck hunting and is extremely secluded from other blinds. When water is low enough, some areas allow you to plant food for waterfowl and or deer for added attraction. This property also offers great deer hunting with great habitat and thick areas to hold deer throughout the year. Crop fields to the east provide an excellent food source throughout a majority of the year. Being located along the Mississippi, this property also offers excellent fishing for various species such as bass, panfish, catfish, and walleye. If you are in the market for an excellent waterfowl and deer hunting property along the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, give me a call today for more info to schedule a showing.
- Located in Pool 19 just south of Burlington, IA between Shokokon and Heapsville
- Silver Lake is located on the property
- Excellent opportunity to develop this property into an incredible waterfowl property
- Mississippi River frontage
- Fishing opportunities in the river for various species of fish
- Great views
- Excellent waterfowl hunting and deer hunting
- Prior survey
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