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Mount Kelsey WMA - 1281 hunting tract for Quail & Turkey at Coos, NH

Coos, 1281 Acres - Turkey, Predator, Exotics

 
Coos county in Millsfield has a wildlife management area of 1,281 acres. The region provides habitat to many wildlife species. A numerous amount of species available for hunting are moose, black bear, and red squirrel.…
  • Acres
  • 1,281
  • County
  • Coos
  • Near
  • Millsfield and Erving’s, new-hampshire
  • Game
  • Turkey, Predator, Exotics
Clarada - 35 acres waterfowl hunting property at Grafton, NH

Grafton, 35 Acres -

 
This 35 acres property slants down to Ellsworth Pond. Ellsworth Pond includes a lovely, undeveloped, and mostly ensured shoreline encompassed by develop timberlands of northern hardwoods, spruce and fir. The WMA offers hunting opportunity for…
  • Acres
  • 35
  • County
  • Grafton
  • Near
  • Ellsworth, new-hampshire
Bellamy River - 400 acre waterfowl & rabbits hunting area in Strafford, NH

Strafford, 400 Acres -

 
This 400 acres of land is located in Strafford County on the west shore of Bellamy River between Portsmouth and Dover. Commonly available hunting options include deer, upland game, meadowlarks, pheasant, bobolinks, and waterfowl. This…
  • Acres
  • 400
  • County
  • Strafford
  • Near
  • Dover, new-hampshire

New Hampshire Public Hunting Lands

Hunting Lands in New Hampshire:

There are more than 1,050 public hunting lands in New Hampshire. The only thing required to hunt animals in the state is a valid hunting license and a valid hunting permit of specific private or public hunting land. Every year more than 2,000 nonresident hunters visit this state to hunt big animals and private land owners earn a lot from them. Additionally, more than $1.2 million are earned every year by the hunting activities in this state out of which $0.5 million is earned by selling the hunting equipment and $0.7 million is earned by giving the lands on lease. Lastly, there are designated areas in New Hampshire hunting leases for the people who are physically challenged.

New Hampshire Hunting:

In New Hampshire winter and early spring times are tend to be really slow for hunting. Finding things to break the monotony and cabin fever can be a struggle this time of year. Sure, you can test new equipment, practice, exercise, and think about what hunts to go on next season. Hunting in New Hampshire is an exciting way to escape the winter lull and get in the field while enjoying sunshine and mild temperatures. People who visit this state hunt Wild Pigs, Ducks, and deer among others.

Weather in New Hampshire Public Hunting Lands:

With reasonable summers, beautiful autumns, and harsh New England winters hunters shoukd be aware of changing conditions at all times. New Hampshire’s hunting regulations vary by region, called units. All these units are managed by New Hampshire Division of Forestry and Wildlife.

Best Public Hunting Lands in Hampshire State:

It is not a big state and the total area available for hunting in this state including public hunting lands is 991,000 acres. This is almost 17.3% of the whole area of this state. Minimum age to hunt in this state is 17 when there is no need of having a hunting license. When an underage hunter is hunting in private or public hunting land there must be some adult with him or her who possess a valid hunting license and a valid hunting permit. There are different hunting seasons for hunting different hunting animals in this state. People visit hunting lands in this state according to the hunting seasons to hunt their desired animals. People prefer to hunt on hunting lease in this states than hunting lands.