Hunting leases . . . how to find, how much and where?
So if you pay more than $1000.00 the land owner has an obligation on keeping you safe. I know there are land owners looking for the big bucks $$$ and guys are willing to pay, but this is a quick way to loose a lot.
There are forms on the web, where you sign and the owner signs and they are exempt for any civil law. I print these out and get permission to hunt propertys with no lease fee.
Just food for thought.
I have 2 leases both in Columbia co one is 500 for 80 acres but 75 is all field great early bow season but once crops come off it's a bit slow but it 500 bucks so no biggie other is 41 acres that butts up to public it's 650 it yr by yr this yr we had guys every 50 yards along the fence line never saw a deer. Would love to get one good peace in dodge county close to home. But we always seem to finish the season but good ground is hard to find. And I knock on alotta doors. I've heard everything from get outta here to 19k. If you don't own it it's ruff. But if your young and have a strong back there's miles and miles of great public land but your gonna work for it. Anyone thats young and has the drive I be more then happy to show you where but it's a LONG LONG DRAG. Last two guys shot a 150 class and a 180 class took them 6 hrs to get it out but they got there head funny thing no one has ever done it twice??
Thanks for the comments and suggestions. If anyone knows of someone looking to lease land or sees an ad for leasing hunting property, I would appreciate a PM. I am open to more suggestions also.
Again thanks for the information,
A buddy of mine and I are also looking for a lease of approximately the same acreage. We live in Barneveld so same general area. If I hear of something that doesn't work for us, I will gladly let you know. If you run into something that doesn't work for you, message me. Hope you find what you are looking for. Not much out there.
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