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How to hunt private land in your state

Here's an overview of each state's program, with areas to look for good hunting opportunities on enrolled private land.

Updated: October 6, 2005, 4:03 PM ET
By Andrew McKean | Fishing and Hunting News staff — Sep. 19, 2005

Montana's Fish, Wildlife & Parks Department takes pains to note that its Block Management payments to private landowners aren't leases; rather, the payments are designed to mitigate impacts of public hunting.

Funding for the program is as varied as its administration, but generally the funding is derived from license sales.

In Montana, most of the Block Management funding is from nonresident big game licenses, although in the last couple of years, a portion of resident licenses is ...

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