Buying Land

Ingredients that Make a Good Hunting Property

Owning a thriving piece of property to hunt is a dream that many outdoorsmen share. It doesn’t matter how big or small it may be, owning hunting land is special and can be a great investment. If you are one of the many hunters that enjoy taking to the woods each season, it might be time to consider buying some of your own. But are you ready to pull the trigger on hunting land? Do you have all the information you need to make an informed decision? Even if you’re a seasoned hunter, you might not be familiar with exactly what you need to look for in your future hunting land.

Many great hunting properties are great because they’ve already been cultivated over many years for the specific purpose of hunting. When you own your own hunting land, you get to improve the habitat to create your ideal conditions for hunting, and for wildlife. Good hunting land is all in the eye’s of the beholder, but there are some considerations to make when choosing your ideal parcel. Pat Porter, broker at RecLand Realty, shares some key aspects to consider when you start your search for hunting land.

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About the author

Pat Porter

Pat is the owner / broker for RecLand Realty. RecLand specializes in selling hunting land, timberland, farms, & ranches in LA, AR, MS, TX, IA, & MO. See their company website at

Pat, his wife, and three boys are land owners and enjoy hunting, shooting, and an outdoor lifestyle. They live in northeast Louisiana and are usually in the woods somewhere several times a week.

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