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New York
Tioga County
67 Acres
Make this property your retreat! Year around use of barn and living area. Trails through out for easy walking and riding your ATV. Great sign of deer and turkey habitat. Fish in the pond for catch and release. Plenty of room to set up camper/s for more room. Possibility of lease to own or purchase this property. for more info or to schedule a visit email Tdziekan@huntingleaasenetwork.com
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Iowa
Monroe County
241 Acres
Late in coming onto the market, 241 remote acres in Monroe County, IA - less than 10 miles from the site of the Albia Buck harvest. Deer in picture below was an unofficial 182 shot in 2012 by friend of landowner. Friend has seen larger ones in the years following on cameras. Property has many nooks, corners and crannies with 2 ponds. Access to west piece while crops are standing would be along south property line. Non-maintained lane on north edge of east piece O.K. to use but don't block. Farm tenant allowed to harvest one doe during a shotgun season. Premium on $2.0 million hunting liability insurance included in bid. No commercial operators please.
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Minnesota
Todd County
35 Acres
35 acres in Todd County, MN. Located a short 20 minute drive from both Long Prairie and Randall, MN. This property has a high elevation and nicely wooded along the west side of the gravel road, with gentle slope down to the lowland. Lowland was always hayed by the previous owner, but has grown up with brush and a beaver dam/duck pond providing a sanctuary for the deer and other wildlife. East border is a branch of the Little Swan River. This lease is only available for the MN. Deer Gun season. Nov.7-15,2020. No cattle! $2 Million Hunting Liability Insurance Included!
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Iowa
Palo Alto County
240 Acres
Rare opportunity to pick up a first-time-lease property as a waterfowl hunting arrangement. Landowner is a long time conservationist and has developed this 7 lake/marsh area farm to include native prairie grasses, food plots, and 60 acres of crops. Acreage involved in either marshland or lakes is about 90. This is a legal waterfowl species only lease. Landowner is great individual who will help you initially get organized. Ducks are combination of local and migratory. Property located midway between Lost Island Lake and Ingham Cunningham Lake, in lake country. Free free to ask HLN to visit. Bid includes premium for $2.0 million hunting liability insurance. No commercial operators please.
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Kansas
Kingman County
690 Acres
Great property in the heart of big buck country, Kingman county, Kanasas in Unit 15!! This lease will be made up of 3 different properties. The first property is a quarter section of cattle pasture. It does not look like there is much for cover but the terrain provides the cover. There is a pond for water and when the big bucks get pressured this is an ideal spot that gets over looked. You might not hunt it every day but it is definitely worth a look throughout the hunting season. The next two properties are what any hunter would consider as classic Kansas deer hunting ground. The first is 314 acres of a mixture of pasture, agricultural, and timber. There is 75 acres of pasture in the NW corner that is grazed by cattle. It has two ponds that will be a great water source. There is hedge trees and cedars trees sprinkled throughout the pasture and the grass is by no means overgrazed. There is a great stand of trees behind the overflow of the big pond. This is definitely a great bedding area as I jumped a nice group of bucks as I walked the area. There are some great mature trees for stands. This is not a great time to see fresh rubs but there are plenty of trees with old rubs. The ag field to the south of the pasture was planted in milo and will be on a row crop rotation as will all of the fields. The field to the NE was wheat this past year and is in stubble now. The small field right in the middle is plowed ground and my assumption would be that it will be planted to wheat this next year. This leads me to where the group of bucks ran too, the stand of trees on the southern border of the property. This is a fairly large stand of trees that had multiple trails going through it. Plenty of mature trees for stand sites and possibly a great place for a feeder. It runs east and west so it sets up nicely for the predominately north and south winds. This will be a great place to catch a monster checking for does when November gets here. The property to the south of the lease is also planted in corn!!!!! The final property to this lease is 200 acres of a great mixture of pasture, shelter belt, agricultural field, and CRP grass. Almost the southern edge of the property is bordered by a double hedge row that is so thick that you can't hardly walk through it. As I walked on the outside of it, I ran deer out that were bedded down in the middle of it. There are great pockets of open areas that the deer are bedding in and they feel very safe with chest high native grass shielding it from the north. On the western edge of this shelter belt, it starts to not be quite as thick and has some huge pine trees that would make good stand sites. The cattle are able to get to this western edge and actually makes it possible to see through the vegetation better. To the north of this western edge of the shelter belt there is a bunch of fingers with 15 to 20 foot saplings that create many pockets and lanes. This looks like a great spot for some rutting activity to take place. The rest of the pasture has scattered trees throughout and a good stand of trees below the pond. There is a wheat field that runs the length of the west side that is on a crop rotation. It is in stubble right now. 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).
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Iowa
Sac County
158 Acres
High potential for large deer on this beauty just north of Lake Blackhawk (Lake View) in Sac County, IA. Family has taken many trophies over the years - but time to generate some additional income from a lease. Very thick cover - tremendous habitat all up and down the main thoroughfare. Waterfowl also present. Cousin lives in house on property. Is willing to watch over things. No commercial operators please. Bid includes premium on $2.0 million liability policy. Feel comfortable asking to walk the property in advance of a lease commitment. There are no cattle on the piece. Deer stand out there and available for use.
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Iowa
Washington County
616 Acres
616 acres - first time listing of premo property in Washington County, IA. Much, much interesting terrain, including timber, savannah, rugged draws, pasture, ponds, creeks and crops. Big bucks taken from farm in the past. Big bucks seen recently. Over mile of Dutch Creek cuts through the center of this property. Plentiful white oak species dispersed throughout. 50 years of selective hunting to produce the "Big Boys." Shooting only wall hangers has been encouraged since 1970. Only access is a dead end from both ends, very secluded, closely watched by landowner. This is a cattle ranch and the cattle are present throughout the year. Owner may be able to lock them out of the southern part of the property. Text before hunting. Please stay away from feedlot in interior of farm. South border on the map is not quite right - border follows fenceline. No commercial operators please. Bid includes premium on $2.0 million liability insurance policy.
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Iowa
Washington County
197 Acres
First time listing - 197 intriguing acres in Washington Cty., IA. Most action is on east portion of farm, away from road, highly complex and thick timber, waterways, creek and draws. Deer are present in large numbers. Crop damage is extensive. HLN rep has e-mails containing recent pictures of large deer on the farm. This is one of several listings with conscientious local landowner who very much wants the hunting to be productive. Access is at the bin site on the NW corner of the farm - on a trail through the beans. Landowner has mowed open areas in timber - deer are taking the path of least resistance. Timber comprised of mature White and Burr Oak. May be pheasant and quail in area. Huge buck rumored to be present in area (within 1 mile.) This area is an actively managed trophy deer sanctuary in the Indian Creek watershed. No commercial outfitters please. Bid includes premium on $2.0 hunting liability insurance. Feel free to visit the farm to inspect.
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