Land Management Services & Custom Deer Stands in Medford, WI

Custom-built deluxe deer blinds, elevated cabins, food plot planting, trail creation, land management, and more– that’s what Wisconsin Landcrafters is all about.

We combine our passions of construction, agriculture and hunting land management to help you get MORE out of your land, both for now and for years to come. Our pride is in transforming a wild piece of property into a usable, diverse landscape that most outdoorsmen only dream of owning. We increase both the recreational potential of your land as well as the property value through custom deer hunting blinds, elevated cabins, food plot planting, trail creation, custom building projects, and other forestry management services.

Our hunting land improvement services give you MORE from your property, like

  • Increased use opportunities and year-round access
  • Increased property values
  • Increased hunting success and recreational opportunities
  • Increased diversity of wildlife for viewing and harvesting
  • Increased comfort and accessibility for all ages and experience levels
  • Increased enjoyment and pride of ownership in one of life’s most valuable assets

We work with a certified Forestry Consultant to ensure all changes to the natural landscape are responsible and beneficial, guaranteeing a legacy of outdoor enjoyment for generations to come.


Listen to How Your Deer Stand Can Save Hunting

Uhlig, Keith. “Luxury deer stands: Finding the thrill of the hunt, but staying warm, dry and comfortable” Green Bay Press-Gazette

“Wade Stufft remembers well the day he decided to get his luxurious deer stand, the “deer condo,” as he calls it.

It was about four years ago, and he was gun deer hunting on family property in northwest Wisconsin with his youngest son, Ike, who was about 13 years old at son, Ike, who was about 13 years old at the time. They were hunting from a ground blind, huddled with their rifles at the base of the tree, waiting for a deer to come by. Some years it’s cold when you’re hunting in northern Wisconsin, Wade said, and some years “it’s obscenely cold. … that year it was obscenely cold.

Oh man, it was so cold.” Ike is and was a tough kid, but he was shivering. He told his father he wanted to get a deer, but at that moment he just wanted to get inside somewhere and warm up. Stufft built a small fire, and the two of them used it to get as warm as possible. It wasn’t enough.

Ike turned to him and said, “‘Dad, I don’t know if I want to do this again,'” Stufft recalled. “And oh, that hurts my heart a little bit.”

Stufft took out his phone and started searching for top-of-the-line deer stands. He quickly found Dane Hartl, owner of Wisconsin Landcrafters, and now Stufft and his son sit in comfort in an elevated shelter that is more like a cabin than a traditional deer stand.

It’s warm, luxurious, and if he wants, provides a place to stay the night. It’s a marked departure from the kind of old-school deer hunting practiced a generation or two ago, but it’s also part of an ongoing trend”