File 149- 319 acres west of Dryden Ontario
A very large landholding of 319 ACRES OF PRIME LAND just west of Dryden, in fabulous Northwestern Ontario, Canada.
A great property in the heart of Ontario's best WHITETAIL DEER hunting.
A great property to BUILD YOUR HOME ON and maybe do some FARMING!
Located in Sanford Township which is within the boundary of the Municipality of Machin.
Sanford Township is an ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
The Municipality of Machin is situated only 25 kilometres or 16 miles west of Dryden and 90 kilometres or 56 miles east of Kenora in Northwestern, Ontario.
THE PROPERTY itself is situated only 20 kilometres or 12.5 miles west of the Town of Dryden.
This is outstanding PRIVATELY OWNED AND DEEDED land for Whitetail Deer hunting and Black Bear hunting.
This property has frontage of 2.4 Kilometers or 1.4 miles on the north and west side of Nedecker Road.
Nedecker Road is OPEN YEAR ROUND!
This is awesome property with rolling type of terrain.
There are several streams flowing through the property and two really nice and good sized beaver ponds.
If you are a hunter then you will like this;
There are TWO WELL ESTABLISHED SALT LICKS on the property.
The current owner has one established bear bait that has produced a Pope and Young size trophy bear.
Two feed plots.
Comes with two deer feeders.
Permanent box blind.
The property is close to power.
There are NO BUILDINGS ON THIS PROPERTY.
There are many rocky outcroppings throughout the property and ATV trails and many places to place tree stands.
We saw deer tracks all over the place and there are plenty of them in this area.
There are many pockets of trees that were not harvested and are ideal places to place a deer stand.
A couple of seasonal creeks meander through the property and there are also some good sized ponds.
There is a nice 5 to 6 acre pond on the south portion of the property (see aerial photo).
There is a 12 acre pond on the north portion of the property (see aerial photo).
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY other than the "Pine Trees" which are reserved to the Crown.
All other trees species come with the property.
Like to hunt?
This property is LOCATED IN WMU 8
This area and the Dryden area have become legendary for Whitetail Deer Hunting.
Deer hunters from all over North America have been taking notice of all the wild trophy bucks that have been harvested with a few that scored very close to the Hanson Buck.
Not only is there a high population of Whitetail Deer; Whitetail Bucks in this area are very large with thick muscular bodies and big racks.
In addition to trophy Whitetail hunting this area is famous for having some of the best Moose and Black Bear hunting too!
PLEASE NOTE: there is NO non-resident GUIDE REQUIREMENT in this Wildlife Management Unit.
SO NON-RESIDENTS DONíT NEED A GUIDE!
Non-resident Ė Open Season is Oct. 15 to Oct. 28 Bows and muzzle-loading guns only; no dogs
Open Season is Oct. 29 to Dec. 15 for high powered rifles.
There is world class fishing on the lakes in this area.
Decide what you want to fish for and then choose the lake you want to fish.
You canít go wrong!
Fish EAGLE LAKE where you can fish for 7 Species of Fish in One Day on One Lake!
Great fishing for MUSKIE , NORTHERN PIKE, WALLEYE, LARGEMOUTH BASS, SMALLMOUTH BASS, PERCH, LAKE TROUT, and we havenít even mentioned crappie and whitefish.
The Municipality of Machin stretches for 25 kilometres along the Trans-Canada Highway in Northwestern Ontario.
It is situated only 15 kilometres west of Dryden and 90 kilometres east of Kenora in Northwestern, Ontario.
ARE YOU THINKING OF RELOCATING TO A QIETER SIMPLER STYLE OF LIVING?
Life in rural Machin is less stressful than city living for many reasons; affordable real estate prices, low crime, no traffic jams, smaller schools, lower taxes and close access to popular outdoor activities are just a few.
The general cost of living is a lot cheaper than in most areas of Ontario, so residents can afford to live well for a lot less.
The Municipality of Machin is made up of 3 communities all located on the beautiful Eagle Lake. Eagle River, Minnitaki, and Vermilion Bay are all located in the heart of Sunset Country on the Trans Canada Highway
Today Machin is home to 1200 people who take advantage of the peaceful and affordable way of life to raise their families or enjoy retirement.
Best of all, residents of Machin do not have to forgo any important services or amenities.
Tourism, forestry and mining are the main industries supporting these communities.
Machin meets the daily living needs of its residents through a range of municipal and private services. A modern Health Centre, dentist, Canada Post office, a volunteer Fire Service, several churches and a bank, along with several restaurants and stores are just some of the available services. Access to the Dryden Regional Health Centre and the Dryden Police Services is also offered on an as needed basis.
For those looking to travel outside the area, a seasonal airstrip is located in Vermilion Bay for use by private, corporate and charter aircraft, while a paved airstrip can be found in Dryden that provides daily service to Toronto, Calgary, Halifax, Edmonton, Vancouver, Montreal and Winnipeg.
If you are travelling from the United States you can get to this area two different ways: a) from the border crossing in Fort Frances and travel north on Hwy. 502 for 190 miles to Dryden, there you turn west on to Hwy. 17 for 40 miles until you reach Vermilion Bay.
OR b) Follow Hwy. 502 from Fort Frances until you reach Hwy. 594, turn west and follow Hwy. 594 through Eagle River, Waldhof and ending up in Vermilion Bay.
Distances to this property;
From Dryden, Ontario 27 kilometers or 16.8 miles.
From Kenora, Ontario 97 kilometers or 60 miles.
From Fort Frances, Ontario 200 kilometers or 124 miles.
From Winnipeg, Manitoba 330 kilometers or 205 miles.
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