What Areas of Virginia Usually Have Hunting Land for Lease?


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As of July 2015, areas of Virginia with hunting land available for lease include Pittsylvania County, Halifax County, Mecklenburg County and Brunswick County. Much of the available land is near Virginia's southern border with North Carolina.

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Land contractors, such as Base Camp Leasing or Huntclubleasing.com, post available properties on their websites. The supply of available land for lease depends on the contractor, supplying landowners and time of year. Properties for lease vary in price, size and the maximum number of hunters permitted. Typical hunting leases last one year unless specified otherwise.

Hunting laws in Virginia vary by location. Lands east of the Blue Ridge Mountains have a daily limit of two deer per hunter and a yearly limit of six deer per hunter. Lands west of the Blue Ridge Mountains limit hunters to one deer per day and five deer per year. Some counties have additional laws regarding the number of antlered deer that may be killed per season. These federal, state and county laws must be taken into account when leasing hunting lands in Virginia.

Hunting seasons in Virginia include turkey spring and fall seasons, deer season and bear season. It is unlawful to hunt game in Virginia outside its season or without a hunting license.

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