Oklahoma Hunting Lease or Oklahoma Public Hunting ?
I have hunted all over Oklahoma and really find that hunting lease rates vary a great deal based on many things. That is why I always charge a hunting lease rate based upon cover, & wild game animal populations. Also hunting land game options…does it hold Whitetail Deer Turkey Quail Wild Hogs & waterfowl? Does it offer fishing? Does it have electric and water for the hunting lease members to park the trailer at? Is the camping area secured to prevent theft? How far from the metro area is this hunting property? Are cattle present on the property?
All of these things and many more determine how much does it cost for an Oklahoma Hunting lease.
I have found the Oklahoma river bottoms are prime hunting habitat. The reason for this is minerals and food choices. For example Oklahoma whitetails love a variety of food sources and river bottoms usually have excellent soil for impressive food plot options. Because of this you may see more than one Oklahoma Trophy Whitetail. The properties are usually the most expensive and are high demand hunting leases.
I have cheap Oklahoma hunting leases and I have very expensive ones as well. I try to find hunting land in all price ranges to fit about any hunter. If you get a hunting buddy or two to split the price of a hunting lease it really isn’t that expensive.
Public Hunting in Oklahoma is a good option if your just starting out to see if you like hunting. Another option is to go on a Guided Oklahoma Hunting Trip. There are many good outfitters in Oklahoma. One word of caution – Deer Rifle season can be dangerous on some Oklahoma Public Hunting Property. They can get very crowded and hunters get upset if you come into the woods to bag a Oklahoma Whitetail later than they did. Most hunters realize this is going to happen and just shrug there heads but it can be frustrating. Stay away from areas in close proximity to Oklahoma City and Tulsa.