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Rock County
314 Acres
314 acres in Rock County, NE. Close to the Niobrara River. This property is made up of mostly pasture with 40 acres of heavily timbered areas and canyons. It also has two running creeks and an existing food plot that is currently fenced off from the cattle. Landowner is open to other food plots as lessee's feel needed. Game on the property - Deer, turkey, prairie chicken, and other varmints. This property is offered for the Deer Season only. The winning bidder will have full access to the property to hunt from Sep.1 until the end of deer season, which is typically the middle of January. You will also have full access starting in June or whenever the lease is finalized to set up game cameras & tree stands. Cattle will be grazed from May 15 - October 15. Landowner asks that you keep all gates closed while accessing the property at all times.
Carroll County
87 Acres
All legal game with bow & gun, including WATERFOWL. Scenic Bluff Road is well known to Carroll County hunters as a deer haven & magnet. This high ridge is home to a multitude of quality game animals including turkey. This 87 acres piece is directly below this expansive ridge. The bottom land literally starts here and extends west to river bottom. Deer pile off the bluff to visit the agricultural ground below. This piece is mostly CRP in the middle of crop ground fields usually beans and/or corn. There are multiple well used trails from the ridge down to this property. Early mornings and late afternoons will be prime time to ambush feeding deer, besides a good bedding location in the healthy CRP. When the rut arrives those dandy bucks are going to be searching those does in this bottom ground. Checkout just two of the daylight and late afternoon mature bucks doing just that. There is a constant water source around this CRP ground and the landowner admits that attracts decent WATERFOWL from the area as well. He has also noted some pheasant too. Easy access over levee into the property. He has obtained approval for a food plot if one is interested, we can show you the location. Open to all legal game with both gun and bow for two hunters. Bid includes your $2M liability policy.
Howard County
225 Acres
For the pheasant hunting purist, 225 acres in the heart of one of Iowa's heavy concentrations of pheasants, see this Howard County gem. 169 acres of mature, tall grass is comprised of CRP 42 (pollinator program)…. excellent pheasant cover. And landowner always looking to do more to build the historical legacy of the farm. No CRP contract maintenance scheduled for 2020. Small pond and creek attracts ducks. Pond area may be expanded over time. Deer are everywhere. Interesting property for someone who may want to establish a regular pheasant release program to further build local population. 6 acres of timber are enrolled in the timber reserve program so no hunting allowed directly in the timber. Barn is old and unsafe - please avoid. Camper permitted (with firewood supplied) with the right lessee. Cattle out of the 44 acres of pasture by Oct. 15th. No rutting on the trails when muddy and no vehicles on the CRP please. Landowner would like ongoing relationship with respectful and appreciative group. Bid includes premium on $2.0 million hunting liability policy. No commercial outfitters please. Hotel in nearby LeRoy, MN. Prime rib Saturday night. Friday fish fry with cod and walleye is excellent.
Lawrence County
501 Acres
BIG ROLLING HARDWOOD TIMBER IN LAWRENCE COUNTY INDIANA, SOUTHWEST OF BEDFORD, INDIANA If you like to hunt big bucks and turkeys in the hardwoods, this property is for you. Lots of acorn producing white oaks litter these big ridges. Plenty of good deer and turkey sign observed while walking the property. Birds were gobbling during my last visit to this property and I saw several deer. A couple were bucks with about 2-3 inches of antler growth already. Very good access off the black top county road. There is very good access throughout the entire property via old logging roads. Several good spots for possible food plots in logging roads or old logging yards. Little hidey hole food plots like this can be magnets on these big woods tracts. Property backs up to several thousand acres of Hoosier National Forest. The landowners primary use of the property is for the timber. Please be very respectful of this when setting stands. Please note that there may be some cutting of select timber during the off seasons. For timbering purposes, this property is divided into 1/5's. When cutting timber, they will only cut in one of those 1/5's at a time. This will always ultimately enhance the wildlife on this property. There is a great spot just off the road to park a camper, rv or just your truck and trailer. This would make a perfect base camp. Hotels & Restaurants are nearby in Bedford Located about 1-1/2 hours from Indy and Louisville.
Vigo County
380 Acres
GREAT MULTI-SPECIES PROPERTY This will be a great lease for the guys that like to deer hunt and also waterfowl hunt. Lots of heavy deer sign on the south end of this farm. The deer have a bunch of good bedding habitat to the south of this lease. The deer are moving up and through this property for water and to feed in the crop fields to the north. This tract will produce opportunities and should not be overlooked! There should be some good waterfowl hunting on the pond and out in the crop fields once they are harvested. There are usually lots of ducks and geese in this area. The lease was priced based on the hunting opportunities, not the acreage. Access is great off of county road. Terre Haute is only 20 minutes away with all your hotel and restaurant needs.
Decatur County
75 Acres
Decatur County executive hunting and family lodging opportunity. Perfect for Iowa-resident family of 4 looking to go remote and be near friends at Sun Valley. 2 bedroom lodge with outstanding scenery available. Bid price includes exclusive hunting rights and all nights lodging from Sept. 15th until last shotgun deer tag expires in mid-December. Fishing/duck hunting in nice pond. Food plot provided. Cable/wireless, utilities provided. Caretaking done once a month unless more needed. Owner wanting long term relationship with appreciative Iowa residents looking to get away from the crowd. Just 3 miles east of Sun Valley on County Hwy J20 and directly SW of Sand Creek State wildlife Area. 75 acres of prime deer. Property owner wants to meet prospective lessee prior to final commitment. Neighboring property owners looking to manage local deer herd - selective on what they hunt. Bid includes premium on $2.0 million liability policy. Property owner to provide insurance on lodge. No commercial operators please.
West Virginia
Marion County
103 Acres
103 acres in Marion County, WV. Located outside of Wallace, WV. * Property consists of 103 acres of timber with small cleared area along the stream. Property was logged about 4 years ago and there is good forest regeneration and access via the old skid trails. * All legal game property – allowed within season. Photo of buck taken from the property. * No Trapping rights. * Parking available in two (2) areas. One is on Quaker Fork Road with an area for dry camping. The second is across from the Harrison County Coal Company, 7 North Portal Entry on Big Elk Road at the county line where the name changes from Quaker Fork Road to Big Elk Road. * Property boundaries are not clearly marked but generally following the ridge line. * There are no dwellings on the property. * No Food Plots. * Climbing and Ladder stands / portable ground blinds are allowed and shall be marked with the owner’s name and phone number. All stands and blinds shall be removed at the completion of the season. * ATV use is negotiable for hunting purposes only to drop off stands and recovery of game. There are currently open skid trails that can be used. * Dry Camping is allowed at the one parking area, see photo of black truck. * No cattle. * All West Virginia hunting laws must be followed while hunting the property. Hunters are advised to check WVDNR regulation regarding transport of deer harvest. * $2 million hunting liability insurance also included in lease price. * No Outfitters & Guides allowed. * Respect to property and the owner is a must and the key to long term access. * No or very limited cell phone coverage. * Best access is from Wallace on Route 20 to Big Elk Road. Use Harrison County Coal Company, 7 North Portal Entry point as GPS location.
West Virginia
Tucker County
103 Acres
103 acres in Tucker County, WV. Located just outside of Laneville and south of the Canaan Valley State Park and Ski Area. * Property consists of 103 acres of timber with small cleared where the owner’s home is located. * Deer hunting allowed within season. No Bear Hunting allowed and Turkey Hunting is negotiable. * Owners habitat management plan includes removal of excess deer, doe hunting is highly encouraged and required for a successful lease. * Deer can be field dressed; all other parts of the carcass shall be removed by the hunter. * No Trapping rights. * Parking available near the owner’s home and along the driveway at the switchbacks. * Property boundaries are not clearly marked. The southern boundary is Laneville Road. * The owner lives on the property and has several dogs. Prior hunt schedule coordination is required to avoid conflicts. * Climbing and Ladder stands / portable ground blinds are allowed and shall be marked with the owner’s name and phone number. All stands and blinds shall be removed at the completion of the season. * Landowner reserves the right to do some cutting of trees on the skid trails that provide easy access to the interior of the property. * ATV use is negotiable for limited use, hanging stands, removing harvested deer, and there are several open trails. * Dry Camping is negotiable. * No cattle. * All West Virginia hunting laws must be followed while hunting the property. Hunters are advised to check WVDNR regulation regarding transport of deer harvest. * $2 million hunting liability insurance also included in lease price. * No Outfitters & Guides allowed. * Respect to property and the owner is a must and the key to long term access. * No HLN Posted Signs are to be posted on the land.
West Virginia
Webster County
126 Acres
126 acres in Webster County, WV. Located just outside of Hacker Valley. * Property consists of 126 acres of mixed timber and recent logging operation with small cleared area along the stream. * All legal game property – allowed within season. * Trapping rights are negotiable. * Access available via Hacker Lick Run Road and a driveway. Preferred parking in a small cleared area, bidder will get additional information. * Property boundaries are not clearly marked. The western boundary was recently logged and the line not clearly identifiable. The southern boundary follows the ridge and timber cut. The north is across Hacker Lick Run Road at the top of the other ridge to the north. The east is not marked but near a stream. * There are no dwellings on the property. * Food plots are allowed with prior approval. * Climbing and Ladder stands / portable ground blinds are allowed and shall be marked with the owner’s name and phone number. All stands and blinds shall be removed at the completion of the season. * Landowner reserves the right to do some cutting of trees to the access road and to keep the utility line clear. * ATV use is negotiable. There are logging skid trails that could be used along the western part of the property. * Dry Camping is allowed with prior coordination. * If hunter and landowner agree, in the future, there is the potential to hook up to the existing electric line that services the area. * No cattle. * All West Virginia hunting laws must be followed while hunting the property. Hunters are advised to check WVDNR regulation regarding transport of deer harvest. * $2 million hunting liability insurance also included in lease price. * No Outfitters & Guides allowed. * Respect to property and the owner is a must and the key to long term access.
New York
Otsego County
170 Acres
NY Wildlife Management Unit Unit 4F Turkey season is here when walking this property, seen a few nice Tom's not to mention all the deer sign. Creek flows through property which provides good fishing access. 20 acres outlined in yellow Landowner perseves right for 1st three days of gun season only...they would like to put some game in the freezer. No geese hunting. Open meadows with hardwoods and the creek provide great habit on this working dairy farm. When leased, landowner will go over parking areas.
New York
Otsego County
100 Acres
NY Wildlife Management Unit Unit 4F Creek splits this property right down the middle, access from from east and west sides. Apple trees lower edge of ridge near creek and it appears to be a small bedding area. Lots of deer sign funneling through this property. Good geese hunting.
Henry County
487 Acres
487 acres of opportunity located in Henry County, Missouri!! Henry County is notorious for big whitetail, and this is your chance to get right in the middle of it all! This farm lays out well, and has plenty of natural funnels and pinch points. Highly productive crop fields will provide plenty of food for the wildlife, and the mature timber provides cover. Everything you need to get on some GIANT Missouri bucks! This farm is located in the middle of a well known fly-way, and the landowner claims that waterfowl use the fields regularly! Solid access from both west, north, and south. Getting to your stands will be extremely easy! All legal game is allowed to be hunted with the exception of quail. 2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance included.
Trego County
1269 Acres
THREE LARGE TRACTS OF PROPERTY IN DEER HUNTING UNITS 1 and 3!! Here is a great property to get in on some great western Kansas prairie bucks!!! This property is divided up into three separate tracts to give you three different deer herds to hunt from. You should not see the same deer on any of the three. The first tract (Unit 1) (in the northwest corner of the map below) is a mile section. It has a nice pasture with a great pond and few trees surrounding the pond. There is a great grassy draw, with some water holes throughout a dry creek, that runs in the middle of the property for the entire mile. This pasture is surrounded by agricultural fields that were planted to row crops the previous year. The deer will definitely be using this pasture with crops standing all around it. There will be plenty of feed and cover for pheasants a quail also. The middle tract (Unit 1) is a half section that is made up of yucca and sage brush ravines. There is a nice pond and stream on the north end of the property with plenty of deer tracks surrounding both. A well-placed feeder in one of these deep ravines could have deer coming from miles around. This is a typical pasture for western Kansas prairie bucks. Not many hunters would think that deer live in this kind of country but as the sun sets the appear out of nowhere!!! The final tract is in Graham county (Unit 3). This tract is the corner stone of all three. It has cover, feed, and water. All the makings of big buck country. There is an agricultural field to the south. As you move north, the field becomes a bluff as the property descends down into a creek bottom. This bluff is a great place to glass the bedding areas along the creek bottom. The creek bottom surrounds an area of 6-foot-tall native grass that will be great bedding. This is where I found a true fence post rub. The deer have been rubbing this post for years. I also jumped some bedded deer and got a picture of one doe. The creek meanders to the east creating nice wooded pockets along the way. There were rubs throughout this creek bottom and some great trees for stands. This is a great set up to catch deer moving from feed to bed on a consistent basis. When putting in for tags, a hunter gets a primary unit and an adjoining unit. Be sure to use Units 1 and 3. FARM MANAGER AGREES THAT NO ONE WILL BE PERMITTED TO HUNT DURING TIMES OF FARM OPERATIONS OR WHEN CATTLE ARE IN THE PASTURE WITHOUT EXPRESS PERMISSION OF THE OPERATOR. ATV's allowed for hunting purposes only, no trail riding, and avoid damaging the fence on the property. Respect to crops and crop ground is a must! $2 million hunting liability insurance included with lease (outfitters must carry additional insurance).
Trego County
1248 Acres
Great Western Kansas Hunting!!! This is a great bird lease with several different properties that you will be able to spend a weekend hunting!! They all have great native grass draws or whole native grass fields. There is feed surrounding most of them. Food and cover are the magic ingredients for great hunts!! As an added bonus, there was a group of turkeys in one of the hay meadows. They were feeding and most definitely are nesting in the native grass. It only gets better! There was great deer sign on the properties also. A small group of trees looks to be a regular haunt for some bucks. There were numerous rubs and the area was full of scrapes. There is a couple trees that could hold a stand or a strong cedar to tuck a ground blind in. It might take some patience but there is definitely a chance to harvest a deer here. The property north of I-70 is in deer hunting unit 1. The property to the south of I-70 is in deer hunting unit 2. If you do decide to try and deer hunt and put in for tags, make sure one of those is your primary and the other is you adjoining unit. The property to the south of I-70 was in corn. The draw sits in the middle of the property away from all roads and very secluded as it drops down and is somewhat hidden. There is a major game trail running down through the draw and across the road and into the other southern most property, which was also corn. Another property that at first glance doesn't look like a deer hunting property but there is a good chance that they are feeding and using the draws as travel corridors. Great bird hunting lease with some great possibilities for other hunting as well. ATV's allowed for hunting purposes only, no trail riding. Avoid damaging the fence on the property. Respect to crops and crop ground is a must! $2 million hunting liability insurance included with lease (outfitters must carry additional insurance).
Daviess County
369 Acres
GET YOUR OWN SLICE OF GRAND RIVER BOTTOMLAND!!! This farm is 369 -/+ acres located in the heart of the Grand River Bottoms. It is all in Daviess County, MO, and will offer some spectacular hunting. While scouting this farm, it became very clear that lots of wildlife called it home. The timber that is on the farm is mature which will make finding spots to put stands a breeze. As far as food goes, the crop land on this farm seems to be very productive, and will provide the wildlife with everything it needs. The Grand River is the West and South boundary on this farm and will offer fishing and waterfowl opportunities, as the Grand River is a well known fly way here in Missouri. Lease start date is June 1,2020.
Putnam County
76 Acres
79 acres in Putnam County, IN. Property has a yearly corn and bean rotation with the north border tree line and other lightly timbered areas. Landowner claims that deer use this property as a travel route with the railroad tracks along the north boundary. Landowner wants to make sure that all hunters know the boundaries and do not trespass onto the neighboring property owners land. Landowner reserves the right to excavate, the removal of trees and trim edges, as needed on the property. ATV's for Hunting Purposes Only! Respect to crops is a must. No permanent treestands or screw-in tree steps allowed. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included. No Commercial Use Allowed
Mackinac County
80 Acres
80 acres consisting of White Pine and Poplar forest, as well as open areas and bogs. Portions of the property have been logged providing for new growth which will attract all kinds of wild life. The eastern portion of property will be thinned out this spring which will open that area up and create more new growth. All legal game and fishing allowed. There is a pretty good grouse population as per owner. The Black River runs through the property and trout can be caught here also as per the owner. A property like this will hold pretty much everything the area offers in wildlife. Not far from the Mackinac bridge so this 80 acres would be easy access for those from the lower part of Michigan. There is a cabin and out buildings on the property that are NOT available for use. Owners will allow a camper on the property.
Jefferson County
117 Acres
First time available...affordable pheasant/possible deer hunting lease. Jefferson County, IA. Ideal for father introducing hunting to sons and daughters. Several draws on this rustic and remote property - with interesting upland game bird habitat. Feel free to ask HLN rep for site visit slip. Property is owned by same individual as IAEA 0101. Premium for $2.0 million hunting liability insurance policy included in bid. Commercial operators to provide their own insurance coverage.
Howard County
800 Acres
800 acres in Howard County, NE. Just a short drive from St.Paul and only a half hour east of Sherman Reservoir. This property has a yearly crop rotation of corn/bean on 320 acres. The rest of the property is in pasture which consists of timber areas, ponds and rolling hill terrain. Boundaries are clearly marked so there should be no issues finding your way around this one. Landowner asks that you stay away from the cemetery that lies on the southern edge of the property. Cattle are usually grazing this property from May until October. Based on the harvest they could go into the first week of November. Make sure that all gates stay closed on the property at all times! $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included!
Douglas County
67 Acres
Here is a really nice Northwoods property consisting of 67 acres. Open for hunting all legal game. Offering 28 acres of pasture and 38 acres of woodland. There is a small stream running through the wooded portion. No shortage of deer, turkey, bear and coyote. This property is in the Northern Forest Zone 1. Owner will allow camping. Very close to Superior/Duluth which is are good size cities offering all the amenities. Land owner will also allow for commercial use, (must provide liability insurance). Why compete with the crowds on the public ground in the Northwoods when you can have this reasonably priced property all to yourself?
Chippewa County
186 Acres
2 parcels totaling 186 acres. Western parcel is lowland. Depending on rain fall amounts over the course of the year this area might contain water or it might not. There are good hunting opportunities on both the western and eastern edges of the lowland parcel. This area has rarely been hunted. There is some high ground on the southern portion that would be accessible if lowland is dry or frozen. There is an area along 40 Hwy on the southern part of the property that extends out that is also an excellent stand location. This parcel attracts all types of waterfowl when holding water and waterfowl hunting is allowed. No shortage of coyotes. Bucks are hanging out here due to difficult accessibility. There are 33 acres of higher ground on the east side of Sand Lake Rd. Plenty of deer sign rubs, trails etc. Turkey also plentiful. Landowner would like to meet potential bidders. Landowner will allow camping.
Green County
50 Acres
Nice 50+/- acres with tons of deer sign. Plenty of woods and open fields. No shortage of stand locations. Good access to all parts of the property. There is a road on the west side of the property going towards a neighbors property. This is not the main entrance to the neighbors property and can be used for parking vehicles. Please do not block the road when parking. In 2017 there was a non-typical buck taken in Green County with a Boone and Crocket final score of 158 5/8. Field was in wheat in 2019. Woods consist of oak and walnut as well as other species. Land owner would consider food plots. Landowner will also allow camping or parking an RV in designated area. There is an existing stand on the property that is not available for use. Green County is in the Southern Farmland Zone 2.
Knox County
45 Acres
45 acres in Knox County, KY. Located only 10 minutes from Woodbine or 20 minutes south of Corbin, KY. This 45 acre property has a mix of timber and pasture with a pond on the east side. With the landowners approval, you can add in food plots and the game will never want to leave this area. Multiple areas for stand placement. Get your bid in today! Landowner is willing to allow food plots with approval. Branches may be cut for shooting lanes. Camping allowed, with no hookups. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included. Commercial/Outfitter Hunting Allowed.
Knox County
100 Acres
100 acres in Knox County, KY. Located just on the outskirts of the Danial Boone National Forest. 100 acre property loaded with timber and the opportunity to hunt all legal game. Landowner claims that this property will have a little bit of everything from Bear, Elk, Deer, Turkey and other smaller animals. Get your bid in today for the opportunity to secure this lease. Property is close to both Barbourville and Manchester. Access to this property is on an easement road that splits the property. (see aerial) Landowner is willing to allow food plots with approval. Branches may be cut for shooting lanes. Camping available, no hookups. $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included. Commercial/Outfitter Hunting Allowed
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