The Illinois River has long been known for holding and harboring some of the largest bucks in the entire state. From Cook County to Pike County, anything along the Illinois River is going to be an outstanding property for all types of wildlife. This Schuyler county property is absolutely no exception. It sits in the bluff ground above the Illinois River and has the ideal terrain and habitat for holding giant whitetails each and every year. Turkey hunting along this bluff ground is second to none and this property boasts two sided access as well as 15 acres of tillable ground. The coves in the tillable acreage would make great locations for secluded food plots. On occasion the Illinois River will flood in the fall causing properties like this to become over-ran with deer and turkeys that are trying to find refuge from the flood waters. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to own a great hunting property with a good income from the tillable acreage.