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Expansive Montana property with the Pioneer mountains as your neighbor, this 2,280 acre rustic ranch is secluded in southwestern Montana and borders national forest and hosts several state and BLM leases for grazing.  With underground springs and facilities to manager your cattle and horse operation with ease, this rustic ...

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This contemporary luxury lodge on 15 acres enjoys morning sunrise views of Flathead Lake with the Swan Mountain Range in the background. This mountain property also includes a caretakers home, a guest home, several garages, a 4 stall horse barn, impeccable lawns and landscaping and sits against state lands for access to un...

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Collin County, Texas near Farmersville 50 miles north of Dallas and 25 miles east of McKinney is home to 87 +/- acres of rolling landscape with a 5-acre fishing lake and improved, fenced pasture land. The unique Lone Oak Ranch is bordered to the North and East by hundreds of acres of a Preservation area, protecting the prop...

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Every now and then, you come across a property like this; a property that you know is nice, but do not fully appreciate until your boots are on the ground. The more I walked this property, the more I liked it! As I made my way through the rolling hills, I was filled with excitement, because I became certain that this prope...

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This is a property that can be used in multiple ways. It has a small home that is ready to move into. It has a spot for a camper with all the hookups. The property is fenced completely and has cows and horses on it now. This property has about half in timber and half in pasture land. It has 5 small ponds and 2 different cr...

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Deer hunting season is around the corner. This excellent oak-covered property has stands, feeders and food plot in place. A hunter’s cabin, electricity, and rural water are in place for the upcoming deer and turkey season. You will be highly impressed with the features of this property. Call to schedule a viewing of ...

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If you're looking for a solid home that needs some TLC on a nice sizeable tract of land suited for great hunting, farming, pasture or hobby farm look no further. The home built in 1914 has good bones and needs a little love but once fixed up this could be your perfect country estate. The land is made up of go...

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This immaculate farm is loaded with features in an incredible location and is ready for the next generation. Well maintained for over 4 decades by the same owner this mostly pastured mecca is situated with phenomenal access off Hwy 103 between the famed Ponca Valley and Osage. A clean and tidy mobile is connected to all yo...

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Here’s the perfect get away property no matter what your interest. Enter the farm at the end of the road into a beautiful hilltop field and pick your cabin building spot. Take off any direction and check out the diverse timber where you could explore all day long. Just off the field edges, you will find several rock ...

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This is your chance to own a slice of paradise! There are several great places to build a home. There are not too many opportunities like this where you are located within 30 min of Lafayette, Kokomo, Frankfort and Logansport. Not only is there ample space to build your dream home, but also you have the opportunity to plan...

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This gorgeous tract on Kenner Creek is complete with rich bottomland that is hard to come by! Established hardwoods line this fantastic hunting tract. 2 large flats, one on the “top” and one in the “bottom” lend to some impressive building sites. The massive creek bottom is full of quality grav...

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Situated just minutes north of Wausau in the scenic rolling countryside you will find this absolutely gorgeous wooded tract. Take in the beauty of the majestic towering pines and impressive stands of hardwood timber that give this property a park-like setting. An extensive trail system winds throughout the rolling topograp...

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Big Buck Alert! Big Buck Alert!  Man, I love a property that gives me goosebumps and this one most definitely does! Mostly because I know the history of this river bottom and the deer that come out of there year in and year out. It's one thing to know about it and its entirely another to have a chance to...

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Here is a rock-solid property in a rock-solid neighborhood!  Not many good '40s are on the market and this is definitely one of them. Rolling hills, pinch points, stand sites, mineral licks, mature oak, thick regrowth aspen, trail system, and good low ground are just a few of the highlights. One loo...

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I have been managing land for almost 30 years, and it is tough to find a legitimate investment-grade recreational property with significant income and significant upside potential, especially at an affordable price today! This is by far the best one I’ve seen in years! With access from the west, frontage on Hwy ...

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PRICE REDUCED!!! Check out this fantastic turn-key recreational property in one of the fastest growing counties in the state.  Take the trip down the winding gravel drive to the cozy, scenic cabin. This private, secure, and well apportioned two-bedroom one-bath lodge would allow you to revel in the property and the lo...

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This gorgeous 249-acre parcel is located in the heart of one of Wyoming’s highest desired elk hunting units, Area 7.  This property offers amazing wildlife habitat and has exclusive private access to the Medicine Bow National Forest. The unique topography of rolling hills, timber filled canyons, and seasonal flowing sp...

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This is a beautiful 35-acre mountain terrain lot located in highly sought-after area 7 elk unit in Wyoming.  This gorgeous property has everything you need to enjoy a weekend getaway or a great hunting camp.  The east side of the parcel sits on a tall hill and overlooks a tree filled valley.  On the west end of the parc...

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We are pleased to have obtained the exclusive listing on the scenic and very productive Hackberry Lakes Ranch located in the Eastern Texas Panhandle, approximately 3 miles north of McLean, Texas. The property has great access with state highway frontage and is only 3 miles north of Interstate 40. This ranch is only a litt...

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Horse Ranch with two homes, loafing sheds, corrals, grazing ground.  The main home sits above the horse property, allowing a full view of the property.  The additional home is older well-maintained home for Horse Trainer or rental.  This ranch has 118.2 Acre Ft of Water rights.  There is a river that runs through part o...

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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.