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Illinois ActiveMarshall County

153.62 Acres $885,272
$5,762/Acre
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PROPERTY OVERVIEW

  • Great Illinois River "duck club" in Marshall Co, IL
  • Awesome location between Marshall County SFWA and Woodford County SFWA
  • Adjoins the Aichison Waterfowl Refuge
  • Levied wetlands make planting corn an option on most years
  • Approx. 100 floodable acres
  • 20 floodable acres usually able to plant corn, rest can be planted millet or natural vegetation
  • Bordered on the north by Crow Creek (secondary water source)
  • Property comes with a tractor, pump, and other necessities to run the club
  • Multiple duck blinds already in place
  • Small cabin for getting out of the weather and warming up
  • Property sits just north of Rice Pond Preserve

Acreage Income

  Total
Acres +/- 153.62
Income +/-
Illinois Land Broker

Don Wagner

  • Cell: 309-335-2894
  • Office: 217-899-1240
  • Fax: 309-243-8707
Illinois Land Broker

Matt Cox

  • Cell: 309-221-1764
  • Office: 217-899-1240
  • Fax: 309-213-1642

Property Description

We’re excited to present this rare opportunity for a great waterfowl property in a dynamite location along the Illinois River! This acreage sits in between the County State Fish and Wildlife Areas of Woodford and Marshall County, just east of Chillicothe, IL. There are a good number of well-managed duck clubs in the area, which helps hold a lot of birds around this property.

There are approximately 100 floodable acres on this farm with a pumping location fed directly by the Illinois River. Several screw fate setups in the impoundment areas allow for water management and, if opened at the proper time (river stages), can eliminate the need for pumping much of the wetlands. A tractor and new PTO-style pump will convey with the property. The levee system makes it highly likely to get roughly 20 acres of corn planted each year, and a combination of millet and natural feed will ensure that you can hold ducks all season long. There are multiple, newer-built duck blinds already in place as well as a small cabin that gives you a great place to get out of the weather and warm up after your hunt. There is also some great deer hunting, along with some small mouth fishing in Crow Creek, which runs along the north side of the property. There is a nice, gated, gravel easement along the BNSF railroad to access the farm and a great internal trail system to get around and manage the acreage. Leftover corn crop can be harvested each year to offset costs of managing the club.

Address: Rt 26, Lacon, IL 61540

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