This 145 acre parcel in Dunn County has a lot to offer. With about 20 acres of timber, there are places to hang your stands for the traditional hunting feel. However, with over 60 acres of CRP pollinator grasses you have the option to do some serious pheasant hunting and the placement of ground blinds for deer is optimal. There is a half acre pond and over 3,000 feet of creek running through the property that could provide some waterfowl hunting, as well. A well placed food plot on the property would only add to all the deer holding cover and the many ag fields and large tracts of timber only add to the number of deer in the area.