I checked out this area two weekends ago it is privately owned but open to the public through DNR land management. County Highway to the north, East runs into a residential area and the river. West runs to a creek and private rural land and houses, south is the mouth where the creek dumps into the river. From the road on the north to the water edge on the south is about 1/2 mile. I walked in following the green line which is a trail used for Xcountry skiing in the winter. Where that ends the fun starts, lots of oaks and maples with extremely thick underbrush. I wanted to work my way to the little finger clearing in the trees. Turns out that little clearing is a finger of water that runs up from the creek mouth, and there are a couple more of them that don't show on the sat images. In most areas it is no more than 10-15 yards across the water and there are a few areas to cross on down trees. The red line is an old grown over survey trail, this land has been owned by paper mills for years but never logged out. This weekend is suppose to be mostly clear with lows in the 30's highs about 60 with winds coming out of the east. So I am going to use the boat to come in from the creek mouth with a chair and a small ground blind (not enclosed). I should be able to setup looking up one edge and across a section of one of the fingers of water. Hopefully I can fill my doe tag.