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Starr County Whitetails

Starr County Whitetails

Price $5000 - $15000
For the first time in over 10 years this property has been legally opened up to hunters for deer hunting. You will have the opportunity during the S Texas whitetail deer season to experience a…
  • Acres
  • 2,750
  • Zip
  • 78582
  • County
  • Starr
  • Type
  • Short Term
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Hog, Quail, Predator
Ozona area 10,000ac

Ozona area 10,000ac

Price $15000 and above
18 plus stands feeders corn and protein feeders ranch will fill corn feeders in first week October ish 2 cabins they are Furnished 5 tlt hunters ranch as been feeding Protein Lease is yr around…
  • Acres
  • 10,000
  • Zip
  • 76943
  • County
  • Crockett
  • Type
  • Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Hog, Quail, Predator, Exotics
Chainey Mountain Ranch 12,000 Acres

Chainey Mountain Ranch 12,000 Acres

Price $5000 - $15000
Chainey Mountain Ranch 12,000 beautiful acres with a ranch house and RV spots available. Between Turkey and Estelline. 12 total hunters, 8 spots counted for so far. 4 openings. $6000 annual membership year round lease.…
  • Acres
  • 12,000
  • Zip
  • 79201
  • County
  • Hall
  • Type
  • Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Turkey, Dove, Hog, Quail, Duck, Predator
2900 Acres in Trans-Pecos Region

2900 Acres in Trans-Pecos Region

Price $1000 - $5000
Management Mule Deer and Elk Hunts. Corn feeders, protein feeders and multiple blinds. 3 day guided hunting packages include lodging and meals. Ranch has great potential for future trophy mule deer hunts. On year 2…
  • Acres
  • 2,900
  • Zip
  • 79735
  • County
  • Pecos
  • Type
  • Short Term
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Elk, Mule Deer, Dove, Quail
Exotic & Whitetails

Exotic & Whitetails

Price $1000 - $5000
Sisco D Ranch was created to help sportsman come together with nature as intended. The property symbolizes and represents a families dream to be owners of prime Texas real-estate and learn the values that ranching…
  • Acres
  • 300
  • Zip
  • 76878
  • County
  • Coleman
  • Type
  • Short Term
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Hog, Exotics
Flat land family lease

Flat land family lease

Price $1000 - $5000
Flat, brushy country. 14 miles southwest of Iraan. I am looking for a family(husband, wife,and children). Lease is $3,500. This includes 4 stands and feeders with limited amount of feed. Number of deer to be…
  • Acres
  • 600
  • Zip
  • 79744
  • County
  • Pecos
  • Type
  • Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Hog, Quail, Predator
Crawleys hunting club

Crawleys hunting club

Price $1000 - $5000
We have hunting club that offers deer hunting, hog hunting, duck hunting and fishing, There is camping spots and utilities that the cost is split between all users. This is a very nice and well…
  • Acres
  • 1,000
  • Zip
  • 75862
  • County
  • San Jacinto
  • Type
  • Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Hog, Duck
East Texas Lease

East Texas Lease

Price $1000 - $5000
Beautiful East TX country just south of Jacksonville, TX in Cherokee County. Mountainous terrain with a mixture of clear cut, pine, and hardwood. There is 360 acres left available and can take up to 4-5…
  • Acres
  • 360
  • Zip
  • 75772
  • County
  • Cherokee
  • Type
  • Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Dove, Hog, Quail, Duck, Predator
HUNTING LEASE EAST TEXAS

HUNTING LEASE EAST TEXAS

Price $1000 - $5000
Feeders Are Up & Running…Blinds Are Built and Ready!! Hunting Lease Located in Lower Wood County Between the towns of Mineola and Hawkins. We have Fishing Hunting Camping and the Love Of Being Out in…
  • Acres
  • 525
  • Zip
  • 75773
  • County
  • Wood
  • Type
  • Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Dove, Hog, Duck

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Texas Hunting Leases

The state of Texas is known for its vast array of hunting terrain, species, and landscapes. Whether you’re deer hunting in the hill country, dove hunting in a patch of sunflowers, or stalking a turkey in the East Texas pine-covered woods, the Lone Star State has the perfect hunting opportunity for you. The state draws the attention of a large number of hunters each year thanks to the trophy bucks and large populations of waterfowl, dove, and turkey that can be targeted. Leasing a property in Texas will raise the bar for any hunter looking for some epic opportunities. Browse our hunting leases to find the property that suits your needs best. Texas public hunting lands and hunting properties for sale.

 

Texas Hunting Land for Lease by Owner:

In Texas more than 98% of the hunting lands are owned by private owners and can only be used with their permission. You may get lucky and know someone, or befriend someone who lets you hunt their property for free, but more than likely you will need to pay for a lease to gain access to these lands. The reason behind this is that hunting leases can provide a steady supplemental income to the owners which make them able to pay their property taxes and other expenses. Another perk is they are able to have the hunters largely take care of the property and manage the species to improve the hunting. Unless the owners hunt themselves or use the property for something, they will likely lease it to you if they don’t already have it leased. Luckily for landowners, there is not shortage of hunters to let lease their land. Texas is one state that is likely the center of attention for a huge amount of hunters, many of which visit it every year for hunting large and small animals. There are more than 1.3 million licensed hunters in Texas who welcome a great opportunity to hunt big games like White-tailed Deer, Mule Deer, Javelina, and Alligators throughout the year. Most of the hunting leases provide leverage to the hunters to bring their dogs for hunting rabbits, hares, squirrel fur bearing animals, predators, and game birds (other than turkey). According to some fair stats every year $3.4 billion are contributed to the wealth of this state with the help of hunting activities out of which $1.4 billion comes out by selling the hunting equipment and the rest $2 billion is earned by giving the lands on lease. This plays a great role in improving the economic conditions of this state. Do your part by signing your very own Texas hunting lease. 

 

South Texas Hunting Leases:

South Texas is recognized for its huge number of hunting leases and according to a fair estimate there are more than 1 million acres of hunting leases in this region. The animals that are in huge amounts in this part of the state are Whitetail, Mule Deer, Turkey, and Quail. There is a special map book which includes all the hunting locations of South Texas with their addresses which help the hunters to find a good place to hunt. Hunters can have prior booking of hunting lease or can have on site registration depending upon the rules and regulations of the specific hunting lease. Benefits that can be availed by most of the hunting leases in South Texas include luxurious restrooms, toilets, and campsites. Also, any kind of motor vehicle is not allowed inside the premises of hunting leases. However, the hunters who are physically challenged can shoot animals from their vehicles but the engine of the car must be switched off.  In this part of state hunters are allowed to camp on hunting leases but not more than 21 consecutive days in any 30-day period. Additionally, alcoholic drinks and drugs are not allowed on the hunting leases and should not be used for hunting. Lastly, activities that can be performed on hunting leases other than hunting are fishing, hiking, skiing, trapping, and horseback riding.

 

East Texas Hunting Leases:

In East Texas the livelihood depends upon the lease of hunting lands. More than 90% of this land is covered with hunting leases through which people earn a lot and pay their taxes and run their homes. While many of the leases in East Texas are private, that only means the government doesn’t own them.  Similar to what you find across the rest of the Southeast United States, much of the land is owned by large timber companies.  Timber companies have a long turnover time between when they can clear cut, and are heavily managed by biologists and the government, so their properties are well kept and off great hunting opportunities. The animal that is available in huge amounts in the region is Deer. Every year more than 100,000 non-resident hunters visit East Texas to hunt White-tailed Deer.  The hunting ratio of Deer is very high still the reproduction of this species has increased by 23% in past years in this state. For the last 80 years people are giving their lands on leasing where resident and non-resident hunters can come and can hunt their desired animals. Hunting leases in East Texas are mostly protected with gates and fences which make them a great place for hunters to hunt in a secured environment.  Lastly, hunters must schedule their hunting plans according to the weather conditions of this state as most times of the year it is raining in this region. Hunters in this area also take advantage of mild climates, making it one of the few places in the country where you can target huge trophy deer without bearing freezing weather. 

 

North Texas Hunting Leases:

If you’re looking for a hunting lease in North Texas you probably live in Dallas or have at least flown through their airport. This is where a vast majority of the population of the North lives as it becomes majorly rural outside of that metropolitan area. All of this rural space helps to promote the ability to hunt, which is a major activity of the locals. Typically when referring to North Texas people are talking about the central region between the Dallas metropolitan area and Oklahoma but in reference to leases it can mean the entire northern portion. The Northern portion of the state transitions from forests to plains as you travel from East to West allowing a wide range of species and habitats to hunt. Similar to the rest of the state there are ample opportunities to find a lease in this area of the state, no matter if you want to find a deer hunting lease, a duck hunting lease, a dove hunting lease, or a property where you can target an abundance of species. 

 

West Texas Hunting Leases:

As you move to West Texas the state becomes drier, and unfortunately the hunting doesn’t seem to be as good. Some areas closer to New Mexico can even reach desert status when it pertains to rainfall and landscape. This isn’t always a bad thing though, depending on your goals this can open up a lot of leasing opportunities at a discounted rate compared to some of the better managed easterly properties. Even these discounted properties are still in Texas though so be ready for some amazing hunts. The area is still home to a healthy population of Whitetails but thinks to the canyons and increase in elevation that takes place, the mule deer and javelina hunting becomes better. It’s also the only area of the state to find Merriam's Wild Turkeys since the rest of the state holds the Rio Grande subspecies. 

 

Central Texas Hunting Leases:

Texas is huge. Most states only require breaking into 2 sections, such as North and South, or East and West.  Texas does well to break into 5 areas with Central Texas being the last one.  Hunting leases in Central Texas are like gold mines for hunters, with trophy deer around every corner as well as many other species. This area is popular to find managed ranches where you can hunt for a weekend, which means the private leases in the area benefit from the strict management of the neighboring ranches. Be sure to make friends with the neighboring ranches as you can all help each other, and you don’t want to see high fences getting put up next door.