Good hunting land in the South is always a hot commodity.
Though leasing can be a good option for some (especially if you have a tight budget and need land close to town), there are lots of benefits to owning your own hunting land.
In today’s post, hunting enthusiast Brent Messerschmidt offers his advice on choosing the right amount of acreage for specific wildlife and land features, and what to look for (and look out for) in your perfect hunting property.
How many acres do you need for hunting land?
The amount of acreage needed depends upon 3 things:
- The type of wildlife you plan on hunting
- Your style of hunting (bowhunting, rifle hunting, etc.).
- How many people will be hunting with you.