Louisiana Hunts and Deer Leases

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100 acres for lease

Price $1000 - $5000

Hogs, deer, ponds, creek, over grown homestead , land adjoining managed for over twenty years

    • Acres
    • 100
    • Zip
    • 71052
    • Type
    • Annual
    • Game
    • Whitetail Deer, Hog
    • Updated
    • March 23, 2017
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License plates in the State of Louisiana are imprinted with "Sportsman's Paradise", and it's no wonder considering the diversity of game available for Louisiana hunts. While conventional hunting opportunities exist for traditional prey like deer, migratory birds and waterfowl, the state has a number of exotics that can be bagged with a Louisiana hunting license, including coyotes, feral hogs, and armadillos. Additionally, an excessive amount of small game such as doves, quail, rabbits and even wild turkeys present hunters with other excellent opportunities.

Perhaps the most exotic quarry of all, alligator, can be chased with a special permit on private land or with Louisiana hunting leases.

Louisiana issues hunting licenses on an annual basis beginning on June 1 of each year. A wide variety of licenses are available for different classes of hunts, including basic season, big game addendum, permits for primitive bows and firearms, duck and wild turkey.

Special classes for Louisiana hunts include licenses for nonresidents and for native born, nonresident hunters. Special licenses are also available for active military.

Licenses may be purchased online or by phone at 1-888-765-2602 with a debit or credit card and can be authorized for immediate use.

As Louisiana offers a plethora of different hunts to choose from, finding the perfect hunt is made simple with a quick search through Hunting Locator, offering hunting leases for private and corporate owned lands. Book a fun and easy afternoon of wingshooting or a weeklong big game adventure guided by the professional outfitters found in our many listings right now!

Terms granted by the lessor vary by tract but may include lease terms for five years or more, requirements that lessees furnish liability insurance and indemnify property owners from any damage or injury, and further restrictions about the types of hunts that may take place on Louisiana hunting leases lands.

With opportunities for so many types of games, extended seasons, and challenging landscapes and geography for hunts, Louisiana can be an exciting time for all levels of hunters, from beginners to the most experienced.

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