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Silver Hill Bluff

Hannah RD, Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632

66Acres
Spectacular sunrise and sunset views! This 66 wooded acres on Silver Hill Bluff, overlooking the White River arm of Table Rock Lake offers a one of a kind setting. With 800+ foot of water frontage, dramatic elevation changes, buildable, and potential to divide into separate lots for intentional community living.  Community covenants protect the area & HOA offers road maintenance.
$190,000

Silver Hill Bluff

Hannah RD, Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632
66Acres
Spectacular sunrise and sunset views! This 66 wooded acres on Silver Hill Bluff, overlooking the White River arm of Table Rock Lake offers a one of a kind setting. With 800+ foot of water frontage, dramatic elevation changes, buildable, and potential to divide into separate lots for intentional community living.  Community covenants protect the area & HOA offers road maintenance.
$190,000

Silver Hill Bluff

Hannah RD, Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632
$190,000

Hunting, Timber, Homesites

Adrian, Georgia 31002

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124Acres
OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE! 124 +/- Acres in South Johnson County, GA - Hunt deer, turkey, ducks, squirrels, or rabbits - Very secluded backwater pond - Pasture/Hay field - Electricity on site - Working Well - Great homesite(s) - Timber with value - 1,745 +/- Ft on Smith Chapel Rd (Paved) - 3,260+/- feet of road frontage on J.G.
$353,400

Hunting, Timber, Homesites

Adrian, Georgia 31002
124Acres
OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE! 124 +/- Acres in South Johnson County, GA - Hunt deer, turkey, ducks, squirrels, or rabbits - Very secluded backwater pond - Pasture/Hay field - Electricity on site - Working Well - Great homesite(s) - Timber with value - 1,745 +/- Ft on Smith Chapel Rd (Paved) - 3,260+/- feet of road frontage on J.G.
$353,400

Hunting, Timber, Homesites

Adrian, Georgia 31002
$353,400

109 Ac Off PR 8090

Off PR 8090, Deweyville, Texas 77612

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109Acres
*Special tract. 100% minerals (per seller). Frontage on Sabine River & Ford Lake (a natural ox bow lake). Water & electricity on site. Rustic barn. Duck lake. Huge hardwoods including white oak & swamp chestnut oak. Beautiful terrain with many features. Prescriptive easement access (a permanent easement may be possible).
$436,000

109 Ac Off PR 8090

Off PR 8090, Deweyville, Texas 77612
109Acres
*Special tract. 100% minerals (per seller). Frontage on Sabine River & Ford Lake (a natural ox bow lake). Water & electricity on site. Rustic barn. Duck lake. Huge hardwoods including white oak & swamp chestnut oak. Beautiful terrain with many features. Prescriptive easement access (a permanent easement may be possible).
$436,000

109 Ac Off PR 8090

Off PR 8090, Deweyville, Texas 77612
$436,000

Quality hunting parcel, QDM area Tigerton WI

0 Malueg Road, Tigerton, Wisconsin 54486

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40Acres
Quality hunting parcel, QDM area, just east of the Tiger Ridge Management area, in the famed Germania township. The area is known for quality deer and this property is no exception, this property holds and recruits trophy caliber whitetails. Rolling topography with hidden flats, hardwood ridges flowing into cedar/hemlock bottoms.
$252,000

Quality hunting parcel, QDM area Tigerton WI

0 Malueg Road, Tigerton, Wisconsin 54486
40Acres
Quality hunting parcel, QDM area, just east of the Tiger Ridge Management area, in the famed Germania township. The area is known for quality deer and this property is no exception, this property holds and recruits trophy caliber whitetails. Rolling topography with hidden flats, hardwood ridges flowing into cedar/hemlock bottoms.
$252,000

Quality hunting parcel, QDM area Tigerton WI

0 Malueg Road, Tigerton, Wisconsin 54486
$252,000

10 ac - Wooded Tract for Hunting

Off Roberson Road, Calhoun, Louisiana 71225

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10Acres
10 +/- ac rural tract South of Calhoun in Ouachita Parish, LA This tract consists of approx. 4 acres of high ground with the remaining southern portion in a low-lying area that will hold water most of the year. This could be a small tract to bow hunt or just a place to get away. The northern 4 acres consist of some hardwoods but majority pine.
$18,000

10 ac - Wooded Tract for Hunting

Off Roberson Road, Calhoun, Louisiana 71225
10Acres
10 +/- ac rural tract South of Calhoun in Ouachita Parish, LA This tract consists of approx. 4 acres of high ground with the remaining southern portion in a low-lying area that will hold water most of the year. This could be a small tract to bow hunt or just a place to get away. The northern 4 acres consist of some hardwoods but majority pine.
$18,000

10 ac - Wooded Tract for Hunting

Off Roberson Road, Calhoun, Louisiana 71225
$18,000

35 Acres | T-11 | Spurger Pines

CR 4415, Spurger, Texas 77660

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35Acres
1st time open market offering ! Beautiful pine treed tracts on low traffic (dead end) road. Easy to access. Electricity is readily available to tracts 4-7, and by extension for tracts 8-12. Take advantage of recreation areas like Beech Creek and Martin Dies, Jr. State Park located in the Big Thicket National Preserve and explore waterways like the Neches River.
$196,000

35 Acres | T-11 | Spurger Pines

CR 4415, Spurger, Texas 77660
35Acres
1st time open market offering ! Beautiful pine treed tracts on low traffic (dead end) road. Easy to access. Electricity is readily available to tracts 4-7, and by extension for tracts 8-12. Take advantage of recreation areas like Beech Creek and Martin Dies, Jr. State Park located in the Big Thicket National Preserve and explore waterways like the Neches River.
$196,000

35 Acres | T-11 | Spurger Pines

CR 4415, Spurger, Texas 77660
$196,000
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Purchasing Hunting Land During the Pandemic

Purchasing Hunting Land During the Pandemic

Over the last few months, states all across the country have reported a huge uptick in the sale of hunting and fishing licenses as many people are looking for ways to stay entertained while social distancing it’s no surprise that outdoor recreation is seeing a spike.While we’ve seen a few different trends come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s not too hard to believe that this one is more likely to stay read more…


How to Find the Ideal Hunting Property

by Brandon Swartzlander

When it comes to hunting, Illinois has a lot to offer, but hunters know that Illinois is particularly popular for whitetail deer, waterfowl, and wild turkey. Whether you’re an expert or a novice, there’s nothing quite like hunting on your own land. If you’re looking for hunting properties in the Prairie State here are some important characteristics to keep an eye out for read more…

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Hunting is a tradition of seeking, tracking and seizing or killing wild animals. Hunting undomesticated animals are primarily done by human beings for sustenance, amusement, to eliminate pests that ruin plants or destroy livestock, to get rid of dangerous predators that could potentially harm humans or local animals, or for income from trade or business.

Hunting land for the public is land that is labeled as forest, park or administration area that is accessible for hunting animals and the public has access to these areas to carry out hunting activities.

What must one keep in mind while buying hunting land?

Hunting land must be away from cities, towns and populated areas. An area that has a diverse variety of wildlife and the right kind of habitat for large numbers of animals should be looked for. The climatic conditions must be kept in mind. A good climatic condition will allow more animals to breed and survive. Food and water availability to animals must be taken care of. Animals must be healthy before they can be used for human use. Lastly, the game signs must be examined to be sure that the land has enough opportunities to carry out the hunting pursuits.

Which animals can be hunted?

Animals that are hunted as a hobby or for recreational purposes include elk, moose, caribou, deer, rabbits, pigs, buffalo, foxes, deer, and bears. Waterfowl species and poultry like ducks, geese, turkeys, doves, grouse,  and quail can also be hunted in some places. The specification in these species that are allowed to be hunted differs from state to state. The regulation requirements and licensing details also vary between territories and states.

What are the different styles of hunting?

Stand hunting is the most prevalent type of hunting. Here, an open or covered platform is used by predators as deer stands or tree stands. The other kinds of hunting include recreational hunting, camouflage hunting, bird hunting, wild boar hunting, small game hunting, big game hunting, dog handlers, bait hunting, and safari hunting.

Is it worth buying hunting land?

Hunting land that has a diverse range of flora and fauna will likely appreciate it with time. Earnings from hunting and selling of animals can add to the income of landowners. Add to this the thrill and sport of hunting means its usually worth buying hunting land.

Are 50 acres enough to hunt on?

If the 50 acres of land has varied wildlife that complements each other and survive well together, the chances of finding animals on that land to hunt would be good. 50 acres of land is good for taking a group of 5 to 15 people for the hunt. However, the larger the land area, the better it would be for hunting activities.

Why is hunting a vital sport?

When else will one see the morning mist on plants and rise to the chirping of birds and end the day in the dusk amidst the green bushes? Hunting allows one to witness these scenic views and recognize and appreciate the magnificence that the world has to offer. It strengthens the relationship that humans share with nature and provides many other benefits, like keeping the wildlife population in check. In the era of having processed food, hunting provides people with food that is fresh and rich in nutrition. Further, hunting may also give hunters some side-income by selling meat and pelts.

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