Hunting Guides & Blog

Interior Department Unveils Proposal for New and Expanded Hunting and Fishing Access In 46 States

The goal: to alleviate the most common issue of sporting men and women across the United States and Canada and stem the lack of access to hunting and fishing sites, which is the number one reason North Americans stop or don’t participate in these activities at all. Read more

Lease Your Land for Hunting

Hunting lease land can change the game for hunters, and maybe more importantly, for land owners as well. Leasing your own property allows you to retain ownership, keep it in your name, and even help you to pay property taxes on it, especially if it is not working farmland. Read more

Peer Review: How To Hunt

The hunting community needs you. Every single hunter out there now that calls themselves a long-time hunter started right where you are now. It’s up to us to extend an open hand to these new folks that only want the same chance that we had, but never had someone to show them how. Read more

100 Million More Americans Joined in Hunting, Fishing With Better Access to Public Lands

Meanwhile, more and more hunters are finding land to hunt by traditional means: available public hunting grounds. Unfortunately, public land comes with the stigma of having high hunting pressure. Read more

Finding Land to Hunt: It’s Not As Hard As You Thought

At some point, it will be time to stop looking and ask some basic questions. There are many hunters who desire and seek out hunting land leases as a way to create a situation for themselves that includes exclusive hunting rights to an area that they finally can call “their own.” Since your dream spot isn’t going to happen without some kind of effort, and yes, money, you will need to start by asking yourself the hardest questions. The least of which being “am I ready to own or lease?” Read more

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