November 22

November 2015 Real Estate Newsletter

November 2015 Real Estate Newsletter

Hunting Season is Here & Winterize the Pipes

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November 2015 Landman Realty LLC Real Estate Newsletter: UPDATED AREA INFORMATION More Public Land, Waushara County  Townships, Trout Streams, Waushara County, Juneau County, hundreds of new area photos plus lots of late fall listings.

Some of the Hot properties included:

  • Hunting Acreage in Waushara County
  • Land Contract Deals
  • Affordable Home for Sale
  • 3 Acres with Pole Barn
  • 40 Acres HUGE TREES
  • Log Cabin for Sale
  • Private Lake Acreage
  • Camping Sites
  • Ready to Go Camp site with or without Camper
  • Private Castle Rock Lake FRONTAGE
  • Dock Space and Boat Slips

November 2015 Landman Realty LLC Real Estate Newsletter:

  • Today is Opening Day of Deer Gun Season – Wear your Blaze Orange.
  • Remember “For Sales Signs” do not give permission to TRESPASS!
  • This is the time of year the temperatures drop below freezing and it’s time to WINTERIZE Cabins, Pipes, Wells & Vacation Homes!
  • LOTS of NEW LATE FALL INVENTORY!
  • Snowmobile Trails Maps – Help others explore Wisconsin! SHARE this link on Your Social Media Accounts.  Follow us on your favorite platform – http://www.thelandman.net/landman-realty-social-networking-websites.html

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Remnant Fordham Creek – is located in Preston Township of Adams County in Central Wisconsin.  It is north of Cty Road J just east of Adams-Friendship, WI, with 2 locations.   This public land area is about 37 acres, mostly wooded with row pines along Cty Rd J.  Then the stream turns into a small meadow heading north into mixed woods with a steep slope, before the creek that is surrounded by lowlands…

Remnant Little Roche-A-Cri Creek – consists of two areas. One area is located in Preston Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin.  It starts at the intersection of 8th Dr & Czech Ave following the creek northeast to 8th Ave. This section is about 6,000 feet of “class 1” trout stream. It continues on past 8th Ave as a “class 2” stream for about another 4,400 feet.  The total area of this section of land is about 180 wooded acres that are not just fishing ground, but…

November 2015 Real Estate Newsletter

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November 22

What is a Remnant

What is a Remnant?

A Fishery REM or Creek Remnant

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REM or Remnant refers to an area in protected tract of land whose fishing habitat is preserved.  These Remnants are mainly along trout streams for cold water species like Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Brook Trout.  These Fishery Areas are scattered throughout Wisconsin with an estimated 12,000 acres with some having natural springs.  They are important spawning grounds for the species they harbor.  Some of these Remnants provide easements through private lands to give the public access to fish these waters.  Remants are typically open as Wisconsin Public Land for both hunting and fishing grounds but always check the local rules and regulations first for that time of year.

What is a Remnant?

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November 9

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