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Missouri

Osage County
1175 Acres

HAVE A BIG HUNTING PARTY OR NEED LOTS OF ROOM TO ROAM? Check out this massive, contiguous 1,175 acre OSAGE COUNTY hunting lease!! This property checks all of the boxes for a great hunting destination. Massive blocks of timber mixed with pasture and hay acres. We saw a ton of deer and deer sign on this farm! Some heavy gobblers were spotted as well. A lot of the timber has the cows fenced out and the stand location possibilities are endless. This should be a fun tract to hunt and explore. Cows may be present on the pasture acres any time of year. There are fishing opportunities in some of the 11 ponds located on the property. Owner also reserves the right to fish. There is good camper spot with water and electric available. There is also an old farmstead with lodging potential which would be negotiable with owner. Call HLN rep for additional info if needed regarding the lodging. The cost of hunting liability insurance is already included in the lease cost.Click Here to see exactly what you will be getting with this lease!

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New York

Cattaraugus County
195 Acres

Good all-around timber hunting grounds. Older logging trails through out property. very walkable property, ledges on this track make for good hunting locations. Get out take a walk get ready for this fall hunting season.Unit9Rtdziekan@huntingleasenetwork.com

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Kansas

Meade County
750 Acres

Western Kansas hunting at its finest in Meade county unit 18!!!Now that you have your tags, here is the property that you were hoping would come available. Not only does the property have some monster whitetails but there is also a newly renovated house right on the property that will be available for rent!!! This property is made up of about 50% CRP grass and 50% pasture. There is also a sorghum field by the house at the north end of property that will be cut for silage. This will definitely attract some deer out of the grass and canyons to feed at dusk.The grass is healthy but not as tall this year due to minimal rainfall. The CRP fields do have a some contour to them in the form of old terraces. These terraces along with a few plum thickets provide some cover for bedding. With ag fields surrounding the CRP, you can bet they will use it as a transition area between cover and feed. Rifle hunters will be able to see a long way from a choice vantage point. Bow hunters will have to use a thicket to hide a ground blind or possibly use a tower stand. Some out of the box hunting tactics might need to be deployed to get close to one of these monster prairie bucks!!The rest of the property is made up of pasture ground filled with sage brush, thickets, and yuccas. The ground drops down into canyons and draws at the southeast end of the property. This is where you will find the honey hole!!! Here is where a pond is located that holds water for wildlife throughout the area. Cattle do graze the property and come off the ground at the end of October beginning of November. With the area seeing little rainfall this year, this pond will be a magnet for the deer. There are some mature trees around the pond that will hold a tree stand. Play the wind right and you should see deer early making their way to water before heading out to the ag fields to feed all night. Catch them in the morning watering before heading back to bed. There are some great glassing spots to watch the deer and pattern them before making a move on them.There is also an abundance of upland game. Pheasants and quail will be using the native grass in the CRP fields. There was also plenty of doves flying around that would make for a great dove hunt.A great property just in time to get ready for the deer season coming up this fall!! The newly renovated house on the property will be available for rent. Details will be arranged if the lessee would like to use the rental house.ATV's allowed for hunting purposes only, no trail riding, and avoid damaging the fence on the property. $2 million hunting liability insurance included with lease.

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Colorado

Adams County
3150 Acres

Adams County, CO. hunting lease, located 1-1/2 hours east of Denver.A 3150 acre property with approximately 56 Acres of CRP and 380 Acres native prairie with extensive creeks and draws throughout the property. There are 2500 Acres of Winter Wheat (crops vary) and 213 Acres of Irrigated Corn (crops vary) There are mule deer and pronghorn on the property at all times. Good numbers of prairie dogs live on the property. Excellent Dove populations and Pheasants come on the property regularly from nearby commercial pheasant hunting clubs. Five Hundred Sixty Acres of State Trust Land adjoins the property. The property is easily accessible approximately 12 miles from Interstate 70 at Byers, Colorado. Colorado Big Game Management Unit 99. Deer and Pronghorn landowner vouchers may be available. Colorado has Archery, Muzzle loader, regular and late season Rifle Seasons.NOTE: With this lease the hunters will get 5 either sex vouchers for whitetail deer in the 2022 season with the lease. This vouchers will be distributed by the landowner once the property is leased. Landowner reserves the right to predator/pest control and two weekdays of late rifle season mule deer management hunt and two weekdays of rifle season pronghorn management hunt.Commercial use allowed.

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Colorado

Lincoln County
1758 Acres

A contiguous property with approximately 790 Acres of Cropland with South Fork of Republican River going through it with seasonal water flow. This is combined with 61 Acres of CRP Grassland Initiative and 900 Acres Pasture with extensive draws, hills, several dams for water.Coon Creek runs through the Pasture with seasonal water flow. There are large herds of mule deer and pronghorn on the property at all times.The property is easily accessible approximately 10 miles from Interstate 70 at Arriba, Colorado. Camping is available on the property in designated areas. Colorado Big Game Management Unit 114. Mule Deer and Pronghorn landowner vouchers may be available. Colorado has Archery, Muzzleloader and Rifle Seasons. Owner only for predator control and two weekdays deer rifle season owner management hunt. Commercial use allowed. Cattle will be on the property from approximately May through September.

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Colorado

Elbert County
583 Acres

A contiguous property with approximately 483 Acres of Grassland CRP and 100 Acres Forage with extensive draws, hills, several dams for water of 1 acre. There are pronghorn on the property at all times and mule deer regularly visit. Good numbers of prairie dogs. The property is easily accessible approximately 1 mile from Interstate 70 at Agate, Colorado. Colorado Big Game Management Unit 106. Colorado has Archery, Muzzleloader and Rifle Seasons.Mule deer and pronghorn landowner vouchers may be available. Landowner open to possible food plots with approval of location / size. Camping is allowed in designated areas only. There is a locked gate and good boundary markers. Owner only for predator control and two weekdays Pronghorn Rifle Season Owner Management Hunt.$2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included.

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Indiana

Martin County
52 Acres

A new tract in Martin County Indiana. We have several other tracts in this county and it has been a producer. Several nice deer have come from areas that border this tract. The bucks in the photos below were taken just to the West of this farm. Mostly hardwood timber stand with a couple of grassy openings. There could be potential for a couple nice food plots in these open areas. The tract has lots of topography and sets up nice for archery and gun hunters.Plenty of turkey sign on this tract as well. I saw the really nice Tom in the photo below on this tract during my visit.Lessees must keep a safe distance from the house and the buildings along the East property line.There is a crushed rock parking area inside the gate on the SE corner of the proeprty.This is a 12 month lease unless the auction ends after September 1st. In that event the lease will terminate August 1st the following year.

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Colorado

Garfield County
1600 Acres

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1600 acres in Garfield County, CO. This is the first time in 25 years that this property has been offered to hunters.Pastureland located on two different mountains, Little & Big Baldy. Multiple springs scattered across the property. Aspen and sarvis berry bushes and some spruce in the higher areas. Landowner says this is a good property if you are looking to hunt Big Bull Elk.You will have the opportunity to hunt Elk, Deer, Bear & Mountain Lions.Boundaries are clearly marked with wire fencing and posted signs. Cattle will be on the property from early June until the middle of October.Landowners are cutting out pre-existing roads in the summer of 2022, making ATV access to the highest point. They will also be developing watering holes for cattle and wildlife use.There is a 10x15 cabin on the property that can be used by hunters, owner will determine if it is usable. They do have plans to add more cabins in the future. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included. Commercial use allowed and will have to submit comparable insurance.Please email cleece@farmersnational.com to schedule a viewing of this lease.

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How much is a hunting lease per acre in Missouri? ›

Table 1. Missouri hunting lease rates in 2021.
Species (number of responses)
Any wildlife (12)Deer and turkey (18)
Range$1.67 to $25.38$2.50 to $75.00
Acres per lease
Average376242
3 more rows

How much is a hunting lease in Nebraska? ›

Nonresident deer tags are $209 and nonresident turkey tags are $91. Nebraska is a great state to hunt. Check out Base Camp for Nebraska land for lease and multiple listings of Nebraska hunting leases!

How does a hunting lease work in Texas? ›

A hunting lease is an agreement between you (the lessor) and hunters or anglers (the lessees) that allows them to visit and hunt on your land for a specified time period. Your lessees pay you per acre or per lessee for their hunting experience.

What is a Texas hunting lease license? ›

The first type of license, the hunting lease license is for the total amount of property in a county owned by an individual, partnership, firm, or corporation. Lease licenses can be purchased at any location where Texas hunting or fishing licenses are sold.

What part of Missouri has the biggest bucks? ›

Many areas have produced a passel of trophy deer, too. Check out the Pope & Young records, and you'll see that far-western Jackson County has the most all-time entries (76), followed by St. Louis (75), Boone (73) and Callaway (60).

How many acres do you need to hunt in Missouri? ›

Starting in 2020, MDC will require a minimum of 20 acres for resident landowners to receive free deer and turkey permits. Requirements will stay at five acres for hunting small game, fishing, and trapping on their qualifying properties.

How much is a hunting lease per acre in Georgia? ›

The average acreage of a hunting lease was 934 acres. Price: Lease prices ranged from $62,000 to $150. The average price of all 134 leases was $10.10 per acre. The range in prices was $1 to $21.15 per acre.

How much is a hunting lease in Oklahoma? ›

Deer and quail leases in Oklahoma were most commonly priced at $2 to $10 per acre, with a range of about $0.50 to $20 per acre. Leases emphasizing dove or turkey hunting tended to average somewhat lower prices than deer leases. Elk leases tended to be the highest priced big game hunting leases.

How much does it cost to lease hunting land in Iowa? ›

Hunting lease available in Audubon County, IA

$12 / acre.

How many acres do you need to hunt deer in Texas? ›

How many acres do you need for hunting in Texas? Most of Texas counties require a minimum of 10 acres to legally hunt or discharge a firearm. There is no statewide mandate but the state has given counties and local jurisdictions the right to establish and enforce 10 acre minimums in the interest of public safety.

Can I shoot a deer on my property in Texas? ›

Private Land

More than 95% of the land in Texas is privately owned or managed. You can hunt on the private land that you own or get permission from the landowner to hunt as a guest or pay the landowner to hunt on that land. Many hunters find leases and book hunts a year or more in advance.

How do you write a letter asking permission to hunt? ›

Start the letter by introducing yourself, compliment their land and tell them why you are interested in hunting it. Explain your hunting ideologies and ethics, and ask if they have any rules or preferences on when and where you hunt. This will instill confidence that you will respect their time and their property.

How much does it cost to lease land for hunting in Texas? ›

How much does Texas Parks and Wildlife pay for these leases? Payments vary widely depending upon things such as location, size, habitat quality, game species and hunt dates provided. Currently, lease prices range from about $2 to $10 per acre.

How do I get my hunting guide license in Texas? ›

Requirements:
  1. Completion of Hunter's Education Training Courses, available online for hunters over 17.
  2. Social security number.
  3. For Residents, proof of residency (3 of the following): Valid driver's license. Current voter registration certificate. Current vehicle registration. Current property tax statement.

How do you get a wildlife permit in Texas? ›

Nongame collection permits can be purchased from any vendor where hunting and fishing licenses are sold. Dealers must apply directly to the Wildlife Permits Section. Annual reporting requirements apply. TPWD offers several permits aimed at better managing white-tailed deer in Texas.

What does a hunting lease cost in Texas? ›

How much does Texas Parks and Wildlife pay for these leases? Payments vary widely depending upon things such as location, size, habitat quality, game species and hunt dates provided. Currently, lease prices range from about $2 to $10 per acre.

How do I get my hunting guide license in Texas? ›

Requirements:
  1. Completion of Hunter's Education Training Courses, available online for hunters over 17.
  2. Social security number.
  3. For Residents, proof of residency (3 of the following): Valid driver's license. Current voter registration certificate. Current vehicle registration. Current property tax statement.

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