How do you lease hunting land in Kansas?


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As of 2016, it is possible to lease hunting land in Kansas through websites such as NationalHuntingLeases.com and the Kansas hunting leases page on BaseCampLeasing.com. BaseCampLeasing.com features an interactive map that displays counties with available leases and the property descriptions. NationalHuntingLeases.com pinpoints lease areas on a variety of basemaps, such as topographic maps, terrain maps with labels, street maps, and imagery maps with and without labels. It also includes property descriptions at the pinpoint map locations.

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BaseCampLeasing.com property descriptions include maximum number of hunters, acreage, lease prices, photographs and agent contact information. Kansas hunting leases offer properties with game, including Rio Grande turkey in the central and western areas. Turkey, mule and whitetail deer, and waterfowl are available to hunters throughout the state. Upland game hunting for ringneck pheasant and bobwhite quail is an option as well. The Department of Wildlife and Parks draws rifle tags based on 18 deer management units throughout the state and uses larger units to draw bow tags.

Hunting lease property information on NationalHuntingLeases.com include the number of acres for lease, the county in which the property is located, and detailed property descriptions, such as type of game available and the topography, notes Hunting Lease Network.

Kansas big game includes antelope and elk; migratory birds, such as ducks, sandhill crane and rail; upland birds, such as pheasant and greater prairie chicken; and furbearers, such as red fox and mink, according to the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.

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