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1,600 Acres Duck hunting, Boston Harbor Islands NRA in Norfolk , MA

Norfolk, 1600 Acres - Duck, Exotics

 
This hunting property is consisting of 1,600 – acres and is mostly covered with wet meadows, grassland, and farmland. Species available on this land for hunting include Cormorants, Grebes, Loons, Geese, Ducks, Coots, and Moorhens.…
  • Acres
  • 1,600
  • County
  • Norfolk
  • Near
  • Winthrop, Massachusetts
  • Game
  • Duck, Exotics
300 Acres Barton’s Cove Poets Seat Duck Hunting Land in in Franklin, MA

Franklin, 300 Acres - Duck, Exotics

 
This tract is located in Franklin County and the total area of this land is 300 – acres. Animals available here for hunting are Egrets, Ibises, Fulmars, Jaegers, and Coots. Surface of this hunting property…
  • Acres
  • 300
  • County
  • Franklin
  • Near
  • Turners Falls, Massachusetts
  • Game
  • Duck, Exotics
1,328 Acres Chappaquidick Island Duck Hunting Land in Dukes, MA

Dukes, 1328 Acres - Duck, Exotics

 
The total area of this hunting property is 1,328 - acres is situated in Dukes County in Massachusetts. The surface of this land is mostly covered with lush forests, grassland, gently rolling hills, maritime heathland,…
  • Acres
  • 1,328
  • County
  • Dukes
  • Near
  • Edgartown , Massachusetts
  • Game
  • Duck, Exotics
4,800 Duck hunting Brewster Ponds and Woodlands in Barnstable, MA

Barnstable, 4800 Acres - Duck, Exotics

 
This land is consisting of 4,800 – acres and is mostly covered with scrub oak forest, ponds, oak-conifer transitional forest, wetland, and early successional shrubland. Activates that can be done on this land are hunting…
  • Acres
  • 4,800
  • County
  • Barnstable
  • Near
  • Brewster , Massachusetts
  • Game
  • Duck, Exotics

Public Hunting Lands Massachusetts

Hunting Lands in Massachusetts:

Total area available for hunting in this state for public hunting lands is 32,000 acres. This is almost 1.5% of the total area of this state. Hunting land in Massachusetts provides good facilities for hunters including well-furnished restrooms, fresh drinking water, truck shops, and camp grounds. Minimum age for hunting in Massachusetts is 18 and no license is required for the hunters at this age. However, an adult should be watching them continuously while they are hunting animals. There are special areas for those people who are physically disabled so that they can hunt their desired animals easily. Hunters are allowed to bring their pets onto hunting lands in Massachusetts but they must be leashed and recent vaccination slips of pets must be kept with the hunter. Dogs can also be brought on the hunting lands but should not be used for hunting Deer and Elk. However, dogs can be used to find out the wounded deer and elk. Additionally, alcoholic drinks and drugs are prohibited on hunting lands. Also, hunters can camp on hunting lands in Massachusetts but not more than 21 consecutive days. Lastly, every year more than 25,000 hunters visit this state to hunt Big and Small games which help in improving the economic condition of this state and also built an interest in people for hunting animals which is considered to be a great outdoor activity in United States.

Massachusetts Public Hunting Lands:

Massachusetts is a great place to hunt. Wildlife management in this state owns and manages over 100,000 acres of land. All WMAs and WCEs in this state are open to hunting, fishing, trapping, and other outdoor recreation activities. Hunting rules and regulations of this state are very strict and disobeying them result in the cancellation of license of hunters. For instance, no person shall possess any alcoholic beverage except under permit, or dump or discard any can, bottle, or rubbish. Also, No person shall remove vegetation, soil, or stones from any WMA except under permit. No hunter is allowed to camp on any hunting land until they have a written permission from the Director of that particular lease. Additionally, hunters are not allowed to use any weapon other than shotgun or bow and arrow during the pheasant and quail season on areas stocked with pheasant or quail except for hunting raccoons and opossums between 9pm and 3am, or except for the shooting of captured fur-bearing mammals by a licensed trapper.