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Where would you buy property?

Postby BrookProperties » Mon Aug 16, 2010 11:11 am

If you had the chance to invest in a whitetail deer / pheasant hunting property anywhere in the US what state would you buy in, what part of that state would you buy in and how many acres would you need?

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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby EatDeer » Wed Nov 24, 2010 11:22 am

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If you had the chance to invest in a whitetail deer / pheasant hunting property anywhere in the US what state would you buy in, what part of that state would you buy in and how many acres would you need?


If I were to buy a new property, I'd have to say east central Texas, and it really wouldnt matter how many arces. As long as the property has access to the many water sheds in the area.

I'd love to border the tecomate ranch, or atleast be withing 5000 acres of the area. Great weather, big bucks, miles of rolling brush country, I'd think I died, and went to deer hunting heaven!
"Let a young buck go, so he can grow."

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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby USN_Sam1385 » Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:12 pm

Would this be a property that I would be living on with my family year round, or just a strictly hunting property??

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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby JPH » Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:44 pm

Are we assuming that money is no object?

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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby baddoghunter » Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:02 pm

1000 acres in Yates county NY
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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby 1Morgan » Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:07 pm

South Carolina game zone 6. No limit on antlered deer w/5month season, 5 spring gobbler tags w/1.5 month season, year round wild hog on private lands. MMmmmMMM good eats all year!!!
South Carolina Low Country

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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby GTOHunter » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:36 pm

It would have to be in Northern Missouri,Iowa or close to Pike County Illinois....Deer Heaven in my opinion!It would probably take around 500-1000 Acres if You really want to manage the Deer like it should be done!  

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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby gunther89 » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:54 pm

500-750 acres in the best spot in the United States, Buffalo County Wisconsin.  Number 1 in Pope and Young and Number 2 in Boone and Crockett, they know how to grow them big.
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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby mnslayer » Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:28 pm

Colorado or Wyoming
I would love to have a place with deer, Elk, bear and mountain goats.
The choices are just more numerous there. To me it is more about the hunt then the trophy
A nice rack would be great but it is not priority. The more hunts the more enjoyment.

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RE: Where would you buy property?

Postby JPH » Sun Nov 28, 2010 8:02 pm

Okay, sounds as if money is not an object in this game. With that in mind, I'll take 500-1000 acres in south-central Iowa. Some place inside a box bordered on the east by Hwy 65, north by Hwy 92, west by Hwy 169, and south by Hwy 34. It would be an easy drive from my house and hey, it's south central Iowa!

Since money is an object in the real world, I am currently looking to expand my little 35 acres in north Missouri by an additional 16 acres. The neighbor has entertained selling it to me, but I need him to come down another $200 an acre before I can really consider it. Keeping my fingers crossed!

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