Leflore, 2418 Acres - Whitetail Deer, Hog, Duck, Exotics
- Cruger, Mississippi
- Whitetail Deer, Hog, Duck, Exotics
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Hunting in Mississippi:
In Mississippi more than 500,000 hunting licenses are sold every year to the hunters who want to hunt Deer and Turkey on this land. Despite the great hunting rate of Deer in this state in recent years the population of Deer has increased by 20%. There is no place in Mississippi where you cannot a find a hunting land easily. Almost every person who is above 18 possesses a hunting license and visits some kind of hunting lands to hunt Deer and other animals. According to an estimate, more than 100,000 hunters visit this state for hunting from different areas of United States which also help in improving the economic conditions of this state. Hunters prefer hunting on public lands because people have very little access to private hunting lands until unless they know someone. So on public hunting lands hunters are given with the best environment in which to hunt their most desired animals. Additionally, more than $1.5 billion are earned every year by the hunting activities in this state out of which $0.5 billion is earned by selling the hunting equipment and $1 billion is earned by leasing land. Lastly, there are designated hunting areas in Mississippi for the people who are physically challenged.
Public Hunting Lands in Mississippi:
Mississippi is one of the largest states in U.S. It has more than 600,000 acres of public hunting lands which provide great opportunities for hunters to hunt their desired animals which include white-tailed deer, turkey, waterfowl, feral hogs, squirrel, rabbits, mourning doves, bobwhite quail and many other species. All the hunters who want to hunt on public or private lands must possess a valid hunting license and a permit for hunting. Hunting permits can be taken by online registration or by on-site registration depending upon the rules and regulations of the hunting property. People who are physically challenged can also hunt on the hunting lands in their designated areas in most of the hunting lands. Public hunting lands in this state do not provide facilities like restrooms, campsites, washrooms, food corners etc. but they all are available in the private hunting lands. Most hunters in this state prefer to visit private hunting lands as visitors are not allowed in such places and hunters can hunt the desired animals in a secure and crowd free environment. Moreover, hunters are allowed to bring their pets on hunting lands but they must be leashed. Like other states, Mississippi also does not allow hunters to carry alcoholic drinks or drugs to the hunting lands.