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143 Acres Little Fork River Frontage, with approximately 1100 feet of shoreline on the Little Fork River. This would make an
excellent hunting property. A mix of fields and woods gives a variety for the wildlife. Trails through the land bring you to areas cleared that could be set up for food plots. There is power and a driveway. The Little Fork River is a state water trail and flows north into the Rainy River. Various fish are in the river: walleye, pike, muskie and sturgeon.
143 Acres Little Fork River Frontage gives you the best of both worlds. Hunting land and a State Water Trail.
The Little Fork is bounded by low banks, nearly level land with a heavy forest of pine, spruce, fir, aspen and birch. Farms and houses flank the upper river, which is crossed by many bridges. The stretch from State Highway 65 bridge at river mile 97.7 to where the road again crosses the stream at river mile 57 is wild and nearly inaccessible. Farther downstream development again is more evident, particularly near Littlefork. Rocks which underlie the watershed are Precambrian igneous and metamorphic. Outcrops are infrequent. The lower river glides over flat land that once was the bed of glacial Lake Agassiz.