Hunting Tracts in Middle Tennessee
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If you've always dreamed of owning your own private game reserve in the rolling Tennessee countryside, I'm here to help. Whether you're searching for 10+ acres, a hunting tract that doubles as a farm, or a property with a luxurious estate, you can trust my decades of real estate expertise to help you navigate every step of the sale.
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Featured Hunting Properties
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Here in Middle Tennessee, we have an abundance of hunting properties that vary in price and size. Living on a hunting property is much different than living in a big city, or even a typical suburban neighborhood. Here are some of the questions I hear most often from homebuyers looking into their own tract of hunting land.
What's the terrain like?
Middle Tennessee's terrain varies depending on where you are in the region. Typically, you'll find flat, rolling, hilly, or steep topography, all of which can be ideal for different types of hunting.
Are there any water features located on the property?
It is not uncommon for multi-acre properties to have ponds, streams, or springs already on them. However, this can vary depending on the property. If you're interested in a hunting tract that has a water feature on the property, I would love to show you some listings that match your criteria.
How do you obtain a hunting license?
Hunting and fishing licenses can be purchased annually on February 18th from most county clerks, sporting goods stores, hardware stores, boat docks, online, and from all TWRA offices. Seasons and fees are subject to change, but licenses always expire after one year. However, if you own the farmland that you're hunting on, you technically don't need a license to hunt.
What are the different hunting seasons?
Middle Tennessee is home to diverse game populations, making it an ideal spot for all hunters to enjoy the sport. Depending on the season, you'll be able to hunt deer, elk, black bears, fall and spring turkeys, game and migratory birds, small game, and raccoons. An updated list of seasons can be found on the official Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency website.
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