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This property has approximately 13 nicely wooded acres with a good drive, water and electric already established on the property. Graham Creek is less than ¼ mile east providing a great travel corridor for deer. Place a camper next to the utilities and you could have a little hunting honey hole come deer season. Less...

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This expansive raw land hunting property has an untapped potential that could make this property an absolute gem! The Rapid River makes up the southern border of this tract and has some excellent views and potential building locations, not to mention prime access to fishing and boating on the river. The mature hardwoods tha...

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Prime whitetail habitat is what you will find on this thick heavy timbered hunting tract. The property is covered in timber and brush with a little low ground but is surrounded on 3 sides by cropland. In this area that cropland is key as it will keep the deer healthy and on the property. In the winter months, it is nothing ...

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Here is a property with a little work that could be turned into a whitetail hunters dream. This raw timberland has seen minimal hunting pressure over the years and is a good mix of thick ground brush, popple, and pines. The habitat here is what whitetails need and with ag land on the south side of the property you know...

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PRICE REDUCED. Beautiful property with mature timber, creek, pasture/tillable and great building sites. This property is a great mix of mature timber, young timber, a nice creek valley and rolling pasture or tillable acreage for a fabulous building site. The timber is a mix of mature white oak, beech, poplar and soft maple ...

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Beautiful farm with great building site and hunting opportunities! The farm has approximately 11.6+/- acres of open ground throughout the property. The open ground has many potential uses including tillable acreage, pasture ground, hay production or habitat improvements for wildlife. A good stand of softwoods and mast produ...

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Offering 2,729 Acres in Pennington and Red Lake Counties, Minnesota and Grand Forks County, North Dakota. Tract 1: 160 Acres, Pennington and Red Lake Counties, Minnesota Productive farmland along with great hunting land in this Northwest Minnesota property. Very productive soils with great access. Great site for a hunting ...

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Online Auction! Online bidding starts Monday, March 15, 2021 at 10:00 AM and closes Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 12:00 Noon. This is your chance to own South Dakota farmland. This property just came out of CRP and offers high quality tillable acres, a very strong 84 productivity rating, gently rolling terrain, and is a per...

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Pagosa Springs Country Living +/- 35 acres - $799,999A +/-4800 sq. ft. home 4 bedroom, 4 bath, southern exposure, nestled into a stand of majestic ponderosa pines, with breathtaking morning-coffee views of the South San Juan Wilderness and the continental divide.With +/- 42 % of America still working from home,  folks are ...

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Located near the Kansas Turnpike at Exit 197 you will find the Farmers Turnpike 35.  This open yet beautiful piece of property will make a great build site for your new home.  There are portions of this property that you can see beautiful valley views to enjoy great sunsets and sunrises.  This 35 acre property also borde...

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Rolling farm fields interspersed with bands of aspens and big mountain views create an idyllic setting at Dry Creek Farm. Located in the resource-rich Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the 265-acre Dry Creek Farm is a solid mix of productive farmland, creek bottom and aspen covered ridges with stunning Teton Range views. Prope...

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The Yankee Ranch is an exceptional agricultural and recreational property conveniently located 10 miles southeast of Lander, Wyoming. Not often does a property come available with such diverse attributes including 130.57 deeded acres bordered by private holdings, nearly ¾ mile of the well-known Little Popo Agie River, roug...

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Wagontong Road tract is located northwest of the town of Wagener, SC. The property is easily accessible from the county maintained roads and the interior roads are sufficient for access throughout the parcel. The property is comprised of 122 acres of 7-year-old loblolly, 43 acres of 1982 loblolly, and 6 acres of natural har...

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Tucked into the mountains of the Kiamichi Wilderness is this 10 Acres and little 12×24 hunting/fishing getaway cabin that may be exactly what the doctor ordered! It is nestled along the Buck Creek in a very quiet and peaceful setting. There are 10 Acres with Buck Creek flowing through from the northeast to the southwest. T...

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The Swedlund Ranch at North Sterling Reservoir is a rare opportunity to own private land along the shoreline of northeastern Colorado's North Sterling State Park. Encompassing 2,149± deeded acres of well-managed native grasses, the topographical diversity of the ranch also provides excellent habitat for a variety of wild g...

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Big Branch is located north of the town of Wagener in Aiken County, 20 miles from Aiken and 25 miles from Lexington, SC. The property is easily accessible from the county road and has a sufficient internal road system. The landscape is comprised of 81 acres of 2019 planted long leaf that are well established and thriving. T...

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This is good, clean, unrestricted, prime hunting land for sale near Robert Lee in Coke county Texas.  The property is situated just a few minutes south of Robert Lee on Highway 208 just north of San Angelo, Texas.  The ranch has recently been improved with some new fences, a large new dirt tank with clay in the bottom to ...

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Abrams Branch is located in Eastern Aiken County only 25 miles from Aiken and 40 miles from Columbia, SC. Access to the property is provided by several gated entry points located along Weathersby Road and Cricket Tree Road. Internal access is adequate and provides accessibility to all areas of this tract for management and ...

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This wooded eighty-nine acres of unrestricted property adjoins the Cumberland Trail State Park Hiking Trail in Claiborne County, Tennessee. This property lies on the south side of the ridge and has a small stream that meanders a southern border. There are excellent secluded home sites on the property. This property will...

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Lake Buffum Road Pasture is a beautiful pasture and close to Bartow, Lake Wales, and Winter Haven. It has frontage on Lake Buffum Road South and Lake Buffum Church Road and has multiple ponds as well as numerous streams. The property is fully fenced and offers hunting for turkey and deer on the premises. Lake Buffum Road Pa...

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Hunting Land for Sale

Since the settlement of the United States and its westward flow, hunting has been an integral part of American life. Though the need for wild game as daily sustenance is negligible in the US, some continue to supplement their food stores with meat from all types of wild game and fish. However, for most, hunting is an outdoor sport or represents an opportunity to return to and interact with nature. Hunting continues to be a major part of American life.

Facts About Hunting

A five-year study completed in 2017 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported that 101.6 million people engaged in some form of interaction with wildlife, fished in lakes and streams, or took part in hunting activities. This represents 40 percent of the American population. Of the indicated 101.6 million, a little more than one-third of them took part in hunting activities in 2018. License data from all 50 states, released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, reports the purchase of 37 million licenses, permits and tags in 2018.

Economic Impact

The same license data released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported the revenue generated from those sales at just over 872 million dollars. This revenue is only a small portion of the overall economic impact of hunting. Estimates of the economic impact of hunting, through figures released by the Outdoor Industry Association in 2017, provide some indicators:

  • Americans spent more than $27 billion on purchases directly related to hunting.
  • Hunting directly generates more than $3 billion in federal, state and local taxes.
  • 483,000 Americans are employed because of hunting and fishing as compared to 180,000 employed in the oil and gas industry.
  • The state of Nebraska reported that hunting revenue generated $562 million in 2017.
Why purchase private hunting property?

The revenues generated by hunting have led a number of investors to consider the purchase of private hunting land. Several factors drive their decision, but two stand out above them. The first reason is reduced access to public lands and the high concentration of hunters found on the land which is available. The second reason is the increasing number of hunters who are willing to pay premium prices for guided hunting expeditions, which has significant income-generating potential. In contrast, many individuals have a greater interest in owning and maintaining a private reserve for their own hunting, which is also a great reason to consider private hunting land.

Private Hunting Land for Sale

Hundreds of thousands of acres of land across the U.S. are available through the hundreds of properties listed with Land Broker MLS. There is land for sale, which includes easy access to turkey, pheasant, quail, waterfowl, sheep, wild hogs, sheep, deer, elk, moose and more.

Hunting and hunting properties vary between the states and the types of hunting tend to relate to their unique geographical features and available species. Waterfowl hunting along migratory paths, with small 10 acre plots adjacent to lakes, waterways and marshes, are available in states where waterfowl are abundant. Flatland properties in the Midwest lean toward locales with a concentration of upland game and hundreds of available hunting acres. Turkey and deer are common game hunted on 50 to 100+ acre plots all across the country. There is Rocky Mountain land for sale, which includes 1,000 acres or more and adjacent public land access, in states like New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming where big game hunting is more common.

If you want your own private place to hunt or wish to take advantage of the income potential of guiding expeditions, an investment in hunting land makes sense. Regardless of the type of game you or those you guide intend to hunt, Land Broker MLS has the right land for sale to fit your needs. Are you interested in locating your hunting property through the listings on Land Broker MLS? Join our co-op by signing up today.




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