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Outdoorsmen find that hunting leases in Michigan reward them with many
opportunities. A land lease from Base Camp Leasing is no exception. The mixture
of hardwoods, wetlands, bogs and forest openings is perfect for deer, bear,
turkey, and waterfowl.
The deer herd in Michigan now exceeds 2 million. Many deer in urban areas create problems and need to be harvested. Since 80% of Michigan hunting lands are privately owned, the only way you might be able get in on the action is through a land lease. If you're looking at hunting leases in Michigan, expect some good sport. The annual harvest exceeds 500,000 deer.
If that weren't enough, Michigan land for lease includes great fishing. This state is surrounded by water, and has thousands of inland lakes and ponds. Most game species found in North America reside here. You can troll for salmons and walleye. Cast for bass, muskie, and pike. Jig for perch, crappie, and many species of pan-fish. Plus, the trout populations are enormous.
Trappers and fur harvesters do well on a land lease in Michigan. American Woodcock, Bobwhite Quail, Ring-neck Pheasant, and Ruffed grouse all have open seasons. Regulation information can be found at
If you're looking for hunting land for lease, Michigan is the place to go!
Michigan 2014 Fall Archery Deer Season - October 1-November 14, December 1-January 1
Michigan 2014 Fall Deer Muzzleloader Season - December 5-21 varies with zones
Michigan 2014 Fall Gun Deer Season - November 15-30
*Always check state regulations and confirm dates before planning your hunting trip
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