Hunting In Massachusetts

Massachusetts has some excellent hunting opportunities all over the state, but like most east coast states Massachusetts is a smaller state with a high urban population. The public land hunting options are very limited. Landowners should have very high demand and be able to get a premium price in Massachusetts for leasing their land for hunting. Popular hunting seasons in Massachusetts include black bear, turkey, pheasant, quail, and deer hunting. A hunting license is required in Massachusetts and with a few exceptions hunting is only allowed during a certain time of year.

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Below are some of the featured public hunting listings in the state of Massachusetts that are available on HLRBO as well as contact information for the Department of Natural Resources in Massachusetts should you have any questions about regulations or licensing.

Massachusetts Featured Listings

Hunters' Paradise in NW Mass
65 Church Road
Florida, MA 01343

Lake Como Properties LLC's' 9.4 acre parcel abuts 183 acres of conservation land which abuts undeveloped land that stretches for miles. Please note: THERE IS NO LAKE. A small stream runs though the property. The following have been seen on the property: black bear, moose, deer, turkey, and fisher cat. Bear, deer, and turkey are most prolific. At this time, there are no amenities on the property but Lake Como Properties LLC is open to negotiating renters' placement of food plots, tree stands, etc. Please check Massachusetts laws and regulations for details on species, seasons, and other limitations.
200 Acres
Big Game Hunting (Deer, Elk, Bear, etc..)
Waterfowl Hunting
Small Game & Furbearer Hunting (Badger, Fox, etc..)
Upland Bird Hunting (Quail, Pheasant, Grouse, etc..)

Massachusetts DNR Information

MA State DNR

Address: Department of Fish & Game
251 Causeway St, Suite 400
Boston, MA  02114-2152

Phone #: (617) 626-1500

Massachusetts Hunter Safety Course

Hunter safety courses are required in most states in order to purchase a hunting license. Follow the link below to take a certified hunter safety course online for Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Hunter Safety Course