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Groundhog Lake Ranch sits on 215± acres and is located on the edge of the prestige San Juan National Forest, in Dolores County. It overlooks Groundhog Reservoir and has stunning views of Lone Cone. The ranch is a great place to pasture your livestock with amenities to raise horses or cattle. The property has an amazing tro...

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The One-N-Done Ranch is located just 5 miles north of the quaint little town of Big Timber, MT. Just 60 miles east of Bozeman and 80 miles west of Billings. The 278 Acre +/- ranch is nestled in the foothills of the Crazy Mountains to the north and the Beartooth Mountains to the south. This well-known cattle and equestrian r...

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Beautiful wooded land with oaks, mixed hardwoods and aspen up front that transitions to thick conifer swamp in the back. It has a great blend of forest types, lots of edge habitat, and the kind of cover where you could envision those big old swamp bucks hiding out. This property is NOT enrolled in the MFL program. The land ...

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If you have been looking and waiting for a great deer hunting property to hit the market you need to check this one out. It checks off all the boxes and then some. The quaint 1 bed 1 bath cabin can easily accommodate a larger family or three to four guys. Your family will appreciate coming on the trips to deer camp with the...

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Located just east of Rugby, ND this property would be an excellent spot for a base camp for the waterfowl enthusiast. The property also has multiple areas where you could set up to ambush some ducks and geese. The property would also have some good deer hunting. While I was out there I kicked up 5 deer out of the cattail...

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If you are in the market for some mixed-use land for building now or in the future, this could be the property for you. It has about 22 acres of income-producing farm ground, and the rest is blocks and fingers of timber with several potential building sites. It previously had a farmhouse on it, and a serviceable garage and ...

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This property has a great location and is just 2 +- minutes from I-15. It is the perfect getaway spot to bring your trailer or camper to sit for the weekend.  Close to 1-70 biway and in central Utah.  Within driving distance from Zions National Park, Bryce National Park, and other recreational spots.  What a perfect wa...

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Prime hunting tract with building site potential just minutes from Wausau. A blend of oak-filled hardwoods and conifer thickets combine to offer great wildlife habitat with numerous farm fields nearby. Travel the great trail system by foot or ATV to conveniently get around the land and easily access your choice of six strat...

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This wooded tract offers great opportunities for hunting and recreation at an affordable price! One look at the aerial imagery reveals a major pinch point for deer movement where the high ground necks down into the swamp. Two main blocks of aspen timber transition to the thick brushy swamp, providing great bedding and secur...

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This farm is comprised of approximately 93 acres of woods with a balance in row crops.  The tillable acres provide income and are currently being cash rented, the wooded ground consists of a good mixture of Indiana hardwoods.  A selective timber harvest will be done and could take up to 14 months to be completed. The timb...

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Have you been looking for a place to build your dream home tucked away in the Blue Ridge Mountains?  Located approximately 1 mile from Route 100, this property offers multiple building sites, beautiful mountain views, an abundance of wildlife, and access to Rock Creek, where the majestic Eagle Falls can be found.  Imagine...

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Buyers take note of this quality hunting tract that offers a diverse mix of wildlife habitat. A swath of high ground covered with dense stands of aspen and hardwood timber runs between two swamps creating a lot of edge habitat and natural travel corridors.  An existing trail runs through much of the property making it easy...

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This tract is loaded with deer and hogs and with the big sloughs it will load up with ducks in the winter. The property has 2 old oil wells on the property so with that comes a great road system on the property. The property has some young pines that will need to be thinned in the near future. With some mature hardwood timb...

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Sitting back nice and private on a dead-end road, this property has a lot to offer.  A modular home on is on a concrete foundation. Upon entering, the home has a nice open flow from the living room into the dining area and kitchen. The living room boasts a gas fireplace and a new sliding door leads out onto the new deck...

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This is an excellent hunting property sitting on 31.39 acres just north of Pecatonica.  You have access off of Pecatonica Road and tons of timber and trails throughout this parcel. A nice creek runs through the property.  There is a cool little waterfall with lights in the rear of the property that creates a peacefu...

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If you are looking for a large recreational property this could be the one! Whether you are looking for a place to hunt or to just enjoy nature this property offers endless opportunities. Multi water sources including two beautiful creeks that run through the property. Deer sign is seen all over with several thick bedding ...

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The Rio River Ranch encompasses 574± Acres and is surrounded by epic views. The ranch is nestled in the mountain valleys of the San Luis Valley. Situated along 2600± feet of gold medal trophy trout waters of the Rio Grande River. The Rio River Ranch has an abundance of water, with 1.05 C.F.S. of senior water rights and 42...

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76-acre equestrian and hunting oasis located conveniently just outside of Parsons, Kansas. The owner has spent years cultivating the 15 acre lake and pathways through the pastures, across the dam, and through the forest, providing a beautiful and accessible property for hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and other e...

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The main cabin offers 1140 square feet, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen, living room, dining room and utility room. A 24 volt solar panel system, 1000 gallon septic and a 1700 gallon cistern feeds the main cabin. The smaller cabin is 360 square feet with a studio apartment. A 12 volt solar panel system, 500 gallon septic, 10...

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Succor Creek Cattle Ranch is a 1052+ acre ranch in Adrian, Oregon with BLM grazing permits, water rights, and Succor Creek meandering through the length of the property. This working cattle ranch is unique in that it has an abundance of water that you can use as late as early November. If you desire to purchase the operat...

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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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