Put an ad in the local paper. Ie: Two responsible hunters from England wishing to hunt deer in unit 42. Will pay a reasonable trespass fee. I will bet you would get some very positive replies. I was thinking about you all while we were sage rat hunting in Burns, Oregon last weekend. That's Burns as in Robert Burns, it seems that the area was settled by Scots about 100 years ago. The city motto is "Highlander Country" and the high school mascot is a Highlander. Anyway, determine what you want to hunt, where you want to hunt, and use the internet to find a local paper for that area. Put an ad in it. You just might find yourself a fantastic private ranch to hunt on. A reasonable trespass fee to me would be $200 per person. You will not likely find a property that advertises hunting for a trespass fee of $200, they will be much more. However, if you trigger a ranchers interest by telling him you are willing to come all the way from England to do a do it yourself hunt (DIY), you might win an instant friend and get invited to a ranch that does not usually offer hunting. You would have to do everything for yourself though. The meat could be donated, like DDS pointed out. The best mule deer that I have to date (4x5) was bagged based on information I got from a female construction flagger that I was talking to while my car was stopped at a road block.