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    WANTED! Land to lease in central/SE/Southern Ohio for 2015/16 deer season

    I'm seeking a 100+ acre lease in the Muskingum/Licking county area or S or SE Ohio. Will consider a smaller tract if the habitat and potential is good. My brother and I have over 30 years combined leasing experience and practice QDM. We're ethical, trustworthy, responsible and will always honor ALL of the landowners wishes. We are interested in a long term lease with the right landowner and property. If interested, please respond with property details. Thanks!
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    well not sure if you ever been on Base Camp Leasing, But they get a lot of lease's all over

    http://www.basecampleasing.com/land/hunting-lease.htm

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    I've actually leased a few farms through basecamp leasing. It's becoming such a rat race on there though and more and more difficult to obtain a lease now a days. Thanks for the info though, it's much appreciated!

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    I hear you on lease's getting harder to come by, and prices of them getting higher and higher too. But just seems to be the way of the hunting world today.
    folks seem to NOT want to hunt public lands, I get it, nothing sucks more than to travel far, and have someone show up, qnd ruin/waste your time, hunting.
    Bob that runs, or used to run base camp leasing was a nice guy when I knew him, been yrs since we chatted, he started in on this game, yrs back, and its grew into a much bigger business.

    Anyways, do a search on this site, a few weeks/months back, there were some treads about lease's open. Didn't pay much attention to them, so not sure where in Ohio, but maybe there still open??

    not sure if you ever tires placing an add in local newspapers in area's you'd like to hunt. Never know; might be worth a try?
    or even, try local Agway's./feed stores in area's, many have boards in them for free adds and such, where you can ask. Things on the web, go fast, where as locals, might NOT know as much, or just never been asked to lease before ,and in today's economy, maybe might be more willing to lease now than ever?

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    Definitely the way things are now a days, harder to find a place to hunt and if you can it's costly. Thanks for all the advice, all great options! Thanks again, much appreciated!

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    well I think its more the way morern folks look at hunting, than how it has to be
    there are still TONS of great public lands, and sad that so many folks actually bash public lands as much as they do
    ONE bad experience and they HATE them??
    I have hunted both for 30+ yrs, and have had BAD experiences on both Prime private lands and public lands, Only difference is, on private lands SOME times you have recourse of actions, BUT many, MAYBE too many times, they don't get enforced, due to folks NOT wanting to spend the time or money it takes to enforce trespassing
    SO< even with a lease, there is NO for sure deal with NO one walking in on you, YET so many feel its the ONLY way to hunt, SAD
    as again, many places still have prime public lands, all the more so in , states like Ohio
    I'd bet about half the BIG bucks killed in Ohio, come off public lands every yr, or maybe more?
    NOT saying having a good lease or owning land isn't great, as it iss and sure can be a better investment(buying land in way better for investment for sure) in time in the woods
    But its NOT really needed, and the more folks that buy into it is needed for any good time hunting, the higher the price tags will be to get some??
    its like biting the hand that feeds you, more you want it, the more it cost you to get it LOL

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