This property is currently leased.
80-acre annual Oklahoma hunting lease located just W of Crescent in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. This is a 100% private hunting lease and is renewable based on landowner satisfaction every year. It is a lease for up to 2 adult hunters. Approx 57 acres of the 80 in native grass pasture complete with wild plum bushes, the remainder in oak trees with a live creek flowing north to south on the place. Creek has a lot of cover and has a low water crossing. Property is secluded with the county road to the W of property being closed and should allow for good privacy. There is a good amount of cover located to the North and the property isn’t hunted, even with the miniature cattle the grass was tall. There was an abundance of deer sign when I viewed the property.
General Info on the Area:
Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, offers hunting opportunities for various game animals, including white-tailed deer, turkey, quail, dove, waterfowl, and small game. The area is surrounded by natural habitats that support a diverse wildlife population, making it a popular destination for hunting enthusiasts. Overall, hunting in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, offers a diverse range of game animals, beautiful natural landscapes, and ample hunting opportunities, making it a great destination for hunting enthusiasts. However, as with any hunting area, the success of the hunt can depend on many factors, including the season, weather conditions, and individual hunting skills.
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Some landowners request additional limits to follow while on their property. Please review the property limit guidelines.
This landowner allows spouse and their children under 18 to participate in this agreement with all licensees.
If allowed by landowner, 1 Guest may be present per licensee outside of big game seasons. Only allowed to hunt small game – vermin, dove, quail, ducks, geese, rabbits, squirrels, fish etc. This does not allow for deer, elk, moose, bear, antelope, sheep, turkey etc to be harvested by a guest. No Big Game.
A shared bag limit where spouse and children under 18 harvests count towards the licensee’s state game limit (Big Game Only). Small game shall carry the states limit for each person.
A corporate lease allows licensee to bring guests for any season. The number of persons present at any given time can be restricted by landowner.