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California is always considered to be the center of attention to the hunters because of its huge hunting lands size that is 20 million acres. It is almost 38% of the whole area of this state. On the other hand this state is densely populated and according to the statistics only 1 acre is available for 1 hunter. The total population of this state is 37 million so we can understand that hunting is not an easy thing to do in this state. If you have decided to hunt in this state then make sure that everybody is at their home and no one is outside when you are shooting. Moreover, there are less hunting leases in this state and people have to make a deep research for finding a good hunting lease to hunt their desired animals. The animals that are available for hunting in this state are Deer, Bear, Rabbit, elk, antelope, bighorn sheep, and many others. Additionally, weather conditions of this land represent that the weather is cold throughout the year so the hunters should decide about their hunting trips according to the weather updates. Also, professional hunters always prefer hunting leases on hunting lands so that they do not face public crowd while hunting and can hunt in a good secure environment.
In Northern California there are more than 80 exclusive leases and hundreds of thousands of acres under the possession of private owners where hunters can hunt Deer, Bear, Waterfowl and many other big and small games. The minimum age to hunt in California is 17. People who are underage do not require a hunting license to hunt but there must be some adult with them while hunting who possess a valid hunting license. Moreover, people with disabilities can also hunt on hunting leases in North California in their designated areas. As this state is over crowded with the people so it if difficult to hunt in this state as compared to the other states. Hunters always prefer private hunting lands in this state so that they do not encounter with public while hunting and their hunting activities do not get disturbed. Most of the hunters visit this region of the state just to hunt Deer and to collect the Deer antlers. Facilities that are available on North California hunting leases include luxurious restrooms, camp grounds, toilets, tuck shops, and fresh drinking water. Lastly, other activities that can be performed on these lands other than hunting are fishing, trapping, horseback riding, skiing, and wildlife viewing.
Hunting leases in Southern California are very expensive. Mainly because of the exorbitant access or guide fees charged by landowners and guides. Even the hunting clubs and their memberships charge hunters a lot. A membership fee can be from 200 dollars to 500 dollars per month. Moreover, hunters need to pay an initiation fee of $ 1,000 and monthly dues to clubs which vary from club to club. Animals available in Southern California for hunting include Deer, Rabbits, Hares, Pronghorn Antelope, and many other small and large games. Weather of this region is very moderate throughout the year which makes this place a great point for hunting. Additionally, the prices to take hunting lands on lease vary according to the geographic locations. The lands that are near to urban areas are expensive as compared to those in the rural areas. In the end, activities that can be performed on California hunting leases other than hunting include fishing, trapping, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing.