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This hunting land is consisting of 1,185 - acres in Litchfield County in Connecticut State. This land provides a great opportunity for hunters to hunt Deer, Waterfowl, and Turkey. The weapons that can be used…
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Hunting Lands Connecticut:

Hunters who visit this state can hunt Deer, Coyote, Turkey, Black Bear, and many others. Hunters should have a weather update before deciding for hunt. As there are more hunting leases in Connecticut than public hunting lands so most of the hunting lands in this state are surrounded with fences and gates that provide a secure environment for hunters while hunting. In public hunting lands there are people other than hunters who come for wildlife viewing, skiing, horseback riding, fishing, and others. Also, when land owners and their families hunt on their hunting lands they must wear the proper hunting orange and also possess a valid hunting license. Professional hunters who visit this state always prefer to hunt on hunting leases than public hunting lands.

Connecticut Hunting:

Connecticut contains more than 173,000 acres of hunting land which include public hunting lands and the rest of the area is covered with Private hunting lands. Almost 5.6% area of this state is covered with hunting lands that are open for hunting.

Best Hunting Lands in Connecticut:

Hunting lands in Connecticut provide great facilities for hunters including well-furnished restrooms, toilets, fresh drinking water, security, and camp grounds. Moreover, minimum age for hunting in Connecticut 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.

Connecticut Hunting Lands near Me:

There are less hunting lands in Connecticut and people have to travel a lot to reach one. However, there are great facilities in each public hunting land for hunters. Special areas are available for the people who are physically disabled so that they can hunt their desired animals easily. Hunters are also allowed to bring their pets on hunting lands in Connecticut 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 leases 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 leases in Connecticut but not more than 21 consecutive days. Lastly, every year more than 50,000 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.