View Full Version : Need a little help
08-13-2006, 08:06 PM
Been cruising the site and looking for information on properties for lease, and property owners opening up there land for hunters to take a few animals off of there property. So far I have been unlucky in finding this info, so if any can point me in the right direction, it would most appreciated.
thanks in advance
08-13-2006, 10:24 PM
your best bet is do shat i did..we called old hunting area owners no luck!!we put an add in the paper 150.00 no luck!!one day i just decided to call every person i knew that had land in my area asking about leasing and out of the blue i called a place called the country mill which is a apple orchard/cider mill in eaton county and bamm!!!3000.00 dollars later we have 130 acers of some of the best hunting land ive ever seen..we had looked and called everywhere and one day it just all fell into place..the land owner told us that if things work out that we could have the land to lease for years..they stopped leaseing to just anyone cause they have had some problems with hunters in the past...what im trying to say is you just have to put in the time and get out and look for the most part you wont find land on the net..hope this helps!
08-14-2006, 10:00 AM
Try this site. I know some people who've had luck and others who have not.
Regardless it's worth a look.
08-17-2006, 09:06 PM
That is pretty cool Jeff, congrats to you.
Scotty, I had that on my favorites before, and our comp crashed on us. I will check them out again. Alot of southern MI leases available, but not up around this way. But I guess I will just have to watch out for them.
Thanks a bunch fellas :)
08-18-2006, 12:39 AM
another thing that you can do is check plot books and call the people look for places that you want to hunt and spend less time farting around with places that will let you but have no property
08-20-2006, 10:30 PM
That is what I looking for Neeso. Just couldn't think of the word for nothing, lol
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