Enjoy Exclusive Private Club Feel Without Buying Your Own Property


Locating an excellent location that isn’t already being hunted can be difficult, but there’s another option:  Lease Private Land. This arrangement is a potential win-win situation for everyone involved. The hunter gets to use the land exclusively for his group, while the landowner gets an extra source of income.

Hunting leases are common, and it doesn’t have to be as daunting or expensive as you might think. Here’s what you need to know.


Lease terms

A hunting lease doesn’t have to be overly complicated. Agreements typically include the following information:

  • Your name and the landowner’s name
  • Location and description of the property
  • Start and end dates for the lease
  • Agreed-upon fee
  • Type(s) of weapon(s) you can use
  • Type(s) of game you can hunt
  • Maximum number of hunters in your party
  • Any additional conditions that are specific to your situation