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How do I find a good hunting lease in Texas?

How do I find a good hunting lease in Texas?

How to acquire a Texas hunting lease:

  1. Step 1: Gather your hunting party together and determine the group’s goals and desires.
  2. Step 2: Decide on the duration of the Lease Term.
  3. Step 3: Decide on a general location.
  4. Step 4: Gather your hunting party’s money together.
  5. Step 5: Search for a lease.

Where can I look for deer hunting leases in Texas?

Hunting Leases

  • Robby Robinson. (325)446-3165 or (325)446-8888.
  • Rafter C Outfitters, LLC, Michael Clark, owner.
  • Redcreek Nature Ranch. 400 Acres in NE Kimble County.
  • Umbrella Ranching. (325) 456-0130.
  • South Llano River Lease. 335-660-8871.
  • Schwiening Ranch. 512-423-1877.
  • McCarson Brothers Ranch | LEASED. Mt.
  • Comanche Point | LEASED.

How much does a hunting lease cost in Texas?

How much does Texas Parks and Wildlife pay for these leases? Payments vary widely depending upon things such as location, size, habitat quality, game species and hunt dates provided. Currently, lease prices range from about $2 to $10 per acre.

Can I hunt on my own land in Texas without a license?

A hunting license is still required on public land and allowing others to hunt on your private property for financial consideration requires a hunting lease license.

Can I hunt deer on my own property in Texas without a license?

What part of Texas has best whitetail hunting?

The Brush County of South Texas is known for its plethora of trophy whitetail bucks. Most hunting is done on high fence ranches that you pay a fee to hunt on (This is typical for most of Texas as a whole). There are “hunting packages” you can purchase that are much more affordable and offer multiple days on a property.

How much does it cost to hunt whitetails in Texas?

Whitetail Buck Hunt – $1,000.00 plus Trophy Fee (trophy fee payable only if a buck is taken) The price includes the harvest of one mature buck, and one doe, if available.

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