While many hunters lifted the nose at the thought of hunting on state land, for one reason or another many hunters will eventually have to seek public lands to find land on which to hunt. Fortunately for hunters in Missouri, as well as for those who visit the Show-Me-State for hunting, there are many different options of public lands. This article will introduce you to hunt in areas that are controlled by the Department of the Missouri Guard. Of these, nearly 1,000 districts, and most of them offer some options for hunting.
Gentle land of Missouri can be found on the Iowa border to the line of Arkansas and Illinois in the East down to Kansas. It seems that the essence of changes when you go from north to south. Southern area of conservation in Ozark, some of them huge.
Such areas in the south of the Missouri, as the flowing river, the Peck Ranch, Angelina and Rocky Creek – all the tens of thousands of hectares. Heavily forested area, and have a twisted mass of ridges and eccentrics. The Deer Hunter and turkeys that have found success here, – the specialists of acorns and water sources. Deer density is low compared to the northern regions, but their numbers are sufficient, and some experts believe that in an area such as sunspots, may soon be made a world record. Now most trophy deer are suitable farther north.
North to the north, there are some significant conservation areas. Areas such as Union Ridge, close to 10,000 hectares. These areas are more diverse in their habitat. You can find much more Zalesnoe territories, and, of course, there is a hilly area. However, these protected areas are much more similar to the old fields, gardens and other remnants of the former agricultural activities. These sites are very good not only for hunting deer and turkeys, but for upland game and birds. There are even some decent fazanskiya area near the border with Iowa.
One nice option hunt Missouri conservation areas – is that they are not only in rural areas but in urban centers have some great hunting options. One of these areas with a & # 39 is the area of wildlife Bush in the county of St. Charles near St. Louis. There are hunting for deer and turkey, and small game hunting opportunities.
Before you go into any of these areas, visit mdc.mo.gov, to get the latest information on the regulation of the area you will visit.