There comes a time when hunting on public land or maybe hunting on someone else’s property just gets old. What about on opening day, when the sun comes up, and all you see is blaze orange. How many times have you sat in a tree stand or blind and realize that you would hunt this property completely differently than the owners want you to?
There is something to be said about owning your own property – it’s pride, safety, and investment. If you can afford to purchase land, now is the time. After all, they are not making any more. The land buying process is more involved than just looking at an online topographical map of the property and some nice pictures of bucks on the recent trail cameras.
Here are some of the most important factors to consider when buying deer hunting land.
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