Located along the upper Mississippi River, it is an
area that escaped glaciation during the ice ages. This left the soil
exceptionally fertile and rich in minerals.
It is no coincidence that this area produces more
record book bucks per square mile than any other area in the world. In
Wisconsin, alone the number of record book bucks from Buffalo County
more than doubles that of the county which is in second place.
Our hunts are conducted on privately owned land in
the heart of this area.