One look at the aerial map of this farm and you’ll understand why it has such amazing deer hunting potential. This farm lies in the heart of the Edwards River corridor, and there are some tremendous bucks that call this area home. But, equally as enjoyable are the summer nights you could spend pulling catfish from bank poles, or reeling them in as you sit on a sandy beach around a campfire with your friends. Imagine spending an afternoon checking trails cams, prepping your tree stands, and fishing for smallmouth bass, all on this property. There are 17 acres currently enrolled in CRP that are planted in trees, which provides an annual payment of $4,608 through 2033. This farm is improved with access off of Hwy 17, where a new bridge is being built. When the project is finished, you should have a rocked entrance to the land on both sides of the river. Located about 9 miles west of Joy, IL on the north side of Hwy 17.
Address: 626 Illinois 17 New Boston, IL 61272