Most come from private land, with some of these areas being quite large [> 1km2]. In fact, for three of these parcels, I only managed to explore 20-30% of the total wooded areas simply because I already find plenty enough in my spots already. Few of my spots are on public land, but these usually don't produce much and are heavily sought after.@iwonagain you kick ass. I'm curious as to how many acres you (and I guess anyone else who cares to respond) hunt, and the breakdown between public and private land. I'm up in Minnesota, and this is the first year I've been really aggressive about securing private land to hunt on so I can lessen my dependence on public land. I've secured about 500 wooded acres of excellent looking private land, plus the usual 1000ish acres of public land I (and dozens – if not hundreds – of others) hunt. I'm excited to hunt land that experiences absolutely no hunting pressure aside from my own (and trespassers I suppose).