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Hunters, wondering if you are looking in the right area?

When out looking at land for hunting you need to do a little research.

One you need to know does your quarry live in that area.

Is it in abundance.

Is the age structure what you are looking for along with quality.

What you need to do is stop at gas stations, small bait and sport shops.

Talk to the people there.

Talk to the people outside.

Go see the mail carrier.

|Talk to people down the road from the land.

An hour of talking can help you decide if the area is right for you!

 

Comment balloon 10 commentsWilliam Feela • October 03 2015 05:01PM

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Hi William, great advice and I love the picture of the buck what a rack he has on his head!

Posted by Sybil Campbell, REALTOR® ABR, SFR, SRES Williamsburg, Virginia (Long and Foster REALTORS® 5234 Monticello Ave Williamsburg, Virginia) almost 4 years ago

Are there check-in stations around the area.  There are here, so sometimes a good idea to see which ones check in the most and biggest deer.

Posted by 1~Judi Barrett, BS Ed, Integrity Real Estate Services -IDABEL OK (Integrity Real Estate Services 118 SE AVE N, Idabel, OK 74745) almost 4 years ago

When I was a bride, I was married to an avid hunter.  I'm not so much into hunting as a sport.  In fact, I use to put Bambi sheets on our bed at the beginning of each hunting season, just as a reminder!

Posted by Myrl Jeffcoat, Greater Sacramento Real Estate Agent (GreatWest Realty) almost 4 years ago

If someone is looking for good hunting property...use an experience agent that knows the area and is a hunter. I know the hunting property in my area. I love selling hunting land. 

Posted by Debbie Laity, Your Real Estate Resource for Delta County, CO (Cedaredge Land Company) almost 4 years ago

We do have check in stations in the area, but so glad my husband is not a hunter. Although we have lots of deer in the neighborhood, I would like to see hunters with a bow and arrow remove some of them.  Neighbors are thinking of asking the mayor to allow this. We will see.

Posted by Rebecca Gaujot, Realtor®, Lewisburg WV, the go to agent for all real estate (Vision Quest Realty) almost 4 years ago

Great adavice Bill...Especially in small town businesses. Some will be tight lipped and other will be willing to share.

Posted by Vern Eaton, Realtor 651-674-7449 almost 4 years ago

William, not being a hunter, interesting information if you are looking for big game.

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) almost 4 years ago

William

Your right on point . . . . Have the right land to hunt on makes all the difference.

Good luck and success.

Lou Ludwig

Posted by Lou Ludwig, Designations Earned CRB, CRS, CIPS, GRI, SRES, TRC (Ludwig & Associates) almost 4 years ago

Bill, you are the expert at selling hunting land.  In addition to talking to all these other people you have mentioned, they should also talk to you.

Posted by Bob Crane, Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671 (Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, Keller Williams Fox Cities) almost 4 years ago

What a great post.  I grew up in rural northern Ontario and a local trapper used to trap on my parents farm, all year he'd hike in the woods and keep a note book and he was counting the population, looking at signs so he'd know what was there when the time was right.  You have to read the land in order to keep it populated in the right ratios so as not to upset the balance in nature he always said. 

Posted by June Piper-Brandon, Piecing Dreams One Home at a Time (Long & Foster Hampden) almost 4 years ago

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