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48 acres of Hardeman County Tennessee land. White tail deer and turkey throughout. 2 dry seasonal creeks run through. About 1/4 acre to park at enterance and walk. Possible 4x4 accessible in areas if willing…
$1000 - $5000
Acres
48
Zip
38008
County
Hardeman
Type
Annual, Short Term
Game
Whitetail Deer, Turkey
Several small ponds and a creek running through center of property. Large pond with wood ducks already using. Wooded hills with cleared fields for food plots. TVA maintained power lines that offer 250+ yard line…
$5000 - $15000
Acres
200
Zip
37134
County
Humphreys
Type
Annual
Game
Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Predator
This is an ALL-INCLUSIVE Thanksgiving weekend or Christmas holiday retreat! A minimum of 4 persons (preferably 6+) is required to book this property. Hunters will have access to 100 acres of private wooded land which…
under $1000
Acres
100
Zip
37095
County
Dekalb
Type
Short Term
Game
Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Predator, Exotics
Currently Leased for the 2023-2024 season & no longer available. Hunting club has openings for new members on our 1100 to 960 acre are lease. Lots of Turkey and deer. We have Turkey memberships at…
under $1000
Acres
800
Zip
38372
County
Hardin
Type
Annual
Game
Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Predator
Hunting/fishing/living rights to 110 acres adjoining 1800 acres of federal no fire arms land. Lease includes 2 bedroom cabin, lake access and Cumberland River access from property with covered boat dock. Across river from wildlife…
$1000 - $5000
Acres
110
Zip
37050
County
Stewart
Type
Annual
Game
Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Hog, Quail, Duck
$1,600 per gun for 3 guns includes all species. $200 flat rate for utilities based on previous usage.  Price includes water, and electricity.  Ranch has a large propane tank that lessee can fill if needed. …
$1000 - $5000
Acres
150
Zip
76849
County
Junction
Type
Annual
Game
Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Hog, Quail, Predator, Exotics

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Tennessee Hunting Leases

Hunting Land for Lease in Tennessee:

There are more than 2.3 million acres of hunting land in Tennessee which provides diverse opportunities for the people who are fond of hunting. Every year more than 50,000 licensed hunters visit the hunting lands in this state. The hunting lands available here include Tennessee public hunting lands for sale, private hunting lands, and hunting ranches.  There is a vast variety of animals for hunting in this state ranges from native creatures to exotics. The famous animals available for hunting include White-tailed Deer, Mule Deer, Pronghorn, Javelina, and Alligators. Hunter can bring their dogs on hunting lands to hunt rabbits, hares, game birds (other than turkey), squirrel fur-bearing animals, and predatory animals on most units. Additionally, weather conditions of Tennessee indicate that this region is mostly under the cover of sunshine so the hunters can schedule their hunting trips at any time of the year. Moreover, most of the hunting lands in Tennessee are secured with gates and fences which makes them an ideal place for hunters to hunt. There are less public hunting lands in Tennessee than other states and most of the lands are under the possession of private owners that are given on lease.

Tennessee Hunting Land for Lease by Owner:

In Tennessee, public hunting lands are those which are under the possession of Tennessee Department of Wildlife or are leased from various corporations and agencies. In order to hunt on any hunting land, the minimum person age is 17 & a valid permit and license are also compulsory. Hunters can find the location of any hunting land through a hunting map book. Some lands need prior registration for hunting that can be done online and some require on-site registration. As these lands are not open to the public so the hunters do not face the crowd while hunting. Hunting from vehicles is not allowed in hunting leases. The use of motor vehicles is only allowed for people with disabilities. Moreover, hunters can bring their pets on hunting lands but they must possess a slip of their recent vaccination. There are designated areas for camping on hunting leases and camping for more than 21 consecutive days in any 30-day period is prohibited. Luxurious restrooms are also available for hunters to stay. Additionally, hunters are not allowed to bring any kind of alcoholic drink and drugs on hunting leases.  Lastly, activities that can be done on these lands other than hunting include fishing, trapping, hiking, skiing, and horseback riding.

Tennessee Timber Company Hunting Leases:

Tennessee is consisting of numerous lakes, streams, mountains, and rivers. Hunting in this state is as diverse as is the landscape and it let hunters have great memorable hunters for their hunting activities. There are thousands of timber company hunting leases that are used by hunters every year so that they can hunt their desired animals like White-tailed Deer, Turkey, Coyote, Alligators, Raccoons, Bobcat, Mountain Lion, and many other small and large games. Professional hunters prefer timber company hunting leases on public hunting lands because the public has no access to the private hunting lands until unless they do not buy hunting permits. In hunting leases, hunters are given the best environment to hunt the desired animals. The best thing about this state is that the weather is always moderate here throughout the year. Hunters can plan their hunt in any season and can hunt their desired animals in any public or private land.