Channel Farms Hunt and Fish Club~ As you can see from the aerial and still life photos of Channel Farms there is an abundance of wildlife and great fishing opportunities. The Bay in front of the Cabin is a deep water lagoon. The depths in front are up to 70 feet. The raft, only 40’ from the dock is in 15’ of water. The Pickerel Lake Channel, connects Crooked and Pickerel Lake. Within the Channel is a small Lake area known as the Black Hole with depths of 29’. The entire western shore of the Black hole is part of the property and is part of the 3800’ of shoreline owned. Both of the these deep harbors have deep water almost to the shore. Game management has been practiced since the early 1990’s and there were numerous 6 pte. and larger bucks sighted and passed on last year. The property is joined to the South by 1100 acres of State Land with very limited access to the public. Due to this limiting factor the interior is one of the wildest areas in Michigan. There are hundreds of species native to Michigan; deer, bear, beaver, mink, otter, ermine, fox, coyotes, Lynx, bobcat, to name only a few. Two eagle nests are south and west of the property on State land and it is common to see eagles soar and hunt overhead. There are also hundreds of plant species turtles frogs and other reptiles. Many think of it as the Galapagos of the North. In addition to the unbelievable property the log cabin offers a great getaway for any outdoor enthusiast with an open floor plan, wood burning fireplace, two bedrooms plus a loft area, wood stove, hardwood floors, full kitchen, two bathrooms and two living spaces great for entertaining multiple guests. There is also a 32x40 pole barn perfect for storage and also includes a great wild game processing room. Perfectly located just minutes from Petoskey, Harbor Springs and Bay Harbor for convenient access to skiing, golf, shopping and fine dining. You also have access to the entire inland waterway from this property. Check out the Drone Video!