Big Rack Hunting Shack

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Northeast
Walhalla, Walhalla, ND
Deer hunting in North Dakota doesn't get any better. This hunting land is part of the well-known Pembina Gorge that offers bluffs and hills with a water stream running through the whole parcel. Landlocked and secluded, this very low pressured ND whitetail hunting land offers a gorgeous view of the Pembina Gorge area. Only a few miles from Canada in the northeast corner of North Dakota. Healthy concentration of  whitetail deer. Excellent ND deer hunting in Zone 2D. Out-of-state bow licenses are OTC for $220, anterless are online for $70. Bow season begins first Friday in September and ends the first Sunday in January. Muzzleloader season is around the end of November to mid-December. Also ruffed grouse are plentiful in the fall.

You are hunting on 160 acres, of which 112 acres are native woods with many Burr Oaks (elevation varies 130 feet from top to bottom of the valley) and 45 acres of crops with three acres of alfalfa, and 2 small pea plots in key cornered areas along with alfalfa. Permanent tree stand exists, but bring your own portable. Low maintenance roads require four-wheel drive and possibly chains. You need to bring in water and provisions. Walhalla is about eight miles away. Land rents for $700/week.
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