Many lands across the state of Oklahoma offer abundant hunting opportunities. Land Office property is not open to public hunting. Agricultural lessees may sublease hunting rights on leased property. If hunting on Land Office property, please be respectful of the land to ensure its future use for trust beneficiaries. Hunting will be done in accordance with all local, state, and federal laws and regulations, and wildlife shall not be depleted.
Excerpt from the agricultural lease contract referring to hunting:
2.9. HUNTING USE.
CLO and Lessee(s) agree hunting is permitted on the Property so long as there is no exploitation, excessive depletion of the wildlife, or misuse as determined by CLO. Wildlife management limits and policies will be determined by CLO, in its sole discretion.
Please refer to the Agricultural Leasing page for information on obtaining an agricultural lease, which would include hunting use.