Lease 2

Lease 2

Another view of the hunting lease I'm on.

14 Comments

2 years 39 weeks ago, 10:35 PM

daisycutter

daisycutter's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
4506
Join Date:
Jul 2009
Location:
Arkansas

`

iyaoyas
2 years 39 weeks ago, 10:36 PM

luckybychoice

luckybychoice's picture


Rank:
Secretary of the Treasury
Points:
6781
Join Date:
May 2009
Location:
United States
what that cost ya?

3...4 cents a year?

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
2 years 39 weeks ago, 10:44 PM

Saint J.M. Browning

Saint J.M. Browning's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
3511
Join Date:
Feb 2011
Location:
The Colony, Texas, United States
LBC

Wow! That hurt, man. This isn't 1803. It's a bit more than that.

"I don't think Hank done it this way" - Waylon
2 years 39 weeks ago, 4:36 AM

luckybychoice

luckybychoice's picture


Rank:
Secretary of the Treasury
Points:
6781
Join Date:
May 2009
Location:
United States
really

up here it's only about a .25 an acre for leased land,here we have trees,your just paying for the right to walk on it and hunt thats all you can do here,most cannot put up a permanent blind either.These guys let 20-30 guys pay .25 to walk around 400-600 acres and that gets expensive,no offense meant,just a low ball guess

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
2 years 39 weeks ago, 8:02 AM

Vaquero

Vaquero's picture

Rank:
General of the Army
Points:
5482
Join Date:
Dec 2009
Location:
West Texas
LBC

WOW! I cant speak for SJMB. Last lease I was on was 5.00 per acre.
Working man has just about been shoved out of hunting in TX.

The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth!
2 years 39 weeks ago, 1:48 PM

luckybychoice

luckybychoice's picture


Rank:
Secretary of the Treasury
Points:
6781
Join Date:
May 2009
Location:
United States
hah

jesus i meant 3...4 cents per acre,not year,wtf was i thinking is anybodys guess,5.00 an acre is substantial money to hunt,i see where the blue collar guy would get discouraged,and i see why these Elk farms are so lucrative up here,they grow them to ship them off and then corporate big wheels get to go shoot them,i have been onboard a few of those type hunts myself but only for pheasant.All that open land and someone has it tied up tighter than a nuns......

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
2 years 39 weeks ago, 2:03 PM

Saint J.M. Browning

Saint J.M. Browning's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
3511
Join Date:
Feb 2011
Location:
The Colony, Texas, United States
LBC

I'm paying $1200/yr to hunt about 300 acres. That's just my area and there's 13 hunters on this lease. Outside of deer season, we can hunt any area beside our own (as long as the person whom it belongs to isn't there and you let him know). During deer season, me and 3 other guys all kind of share our areas, so we work it out amongst ourselves. But we can do near about anything we want on our areas.

"I don't think Hank done it this way" - Waylon
2 years 39 weeks ago, 2:07 PM

tallguy007

tallguy007's picture

Rank:
Lieutenant General
Points:
1955
Join Date:
Aug 2010
Location:
yavin, outer rim, American Samoa
Saint hunting ground

sounds great how far away do you live from the area? do you have feeders?Just wondering if the deer keep them self's up lol

DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR
2 years 39 weeks ago, 3:32 PM

Ishootdaily

Ishootdaily's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
4375
Join Date:
Feb 2009
Location:
Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States
Saint

get you into 400 acres at $300.00 a year down here. Deer, Boar, Gator, Rattlers, Boar, Rattlers, Moccasins, Rattlers, Boar and all kinds of stuff too like Boar, Rattlers...

hehe

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
2 years 39 weeks ago, 3:37 PM

Saint J.M. Browning

Saint J.M. Browning's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
3511
Join Date:
Feb 2011
Location:
The Colony, Texas, United States
ISD

One of these days, if I decide to "go off the grid", I might just do that and live off the place. Eat Gator, Rattler and work on my manifesto. ;)

"I don't think Hank done it this way" - Waylon
2 years 39 weeks ago, 3:44 PM

Ishootdaily

Ishootdaily's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
4375
Join Date:
Feb 2009
Location:
Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States

HA

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
2 years 39 weeks ago, 3:33 PM

Ishootdaily

Ishootdaily's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
4375
Join Date:
Feb 2009
Location:
Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States

keeps the critters away...

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
2 years 39 weeks ago, 2:51 PM

Saint J.M. Browning

Saint J.M. Browning's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
3511
Join Date:
Feb 2011
Location:
The Colony, Texas, United States
TG

About 3 hours. Yes, we have feeders. Which can be costly and frustrating (see this thread)

"I don't think Hank done it this way" - Waylon
2 years 39 weeks ago, 3:56 PM

tallguy007

tallguy007's picture

Rank:
Lieutenant General
Points:
1955
Join Date:
Aug 2010
Location:
yavin, outer rim, American Samoa
saint feeders

hook some amps ( not drink) to the steps you can have some gritter snack as u hunt.

DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR
Saint J.M. Browning's picture
Posted by: Saint J.M. Browning
2 years 39 weeks ago
Views:
522
Comments:
14

Rating Overview

This text will be replaced

Suggestions

every visual marker does something else
Sonic Barrier Undergoes Successful Test on Border with Private funds... American Border Patrol
Corprate Ladder
HI I am a Democrap Dog
wife daughter/mom in law
What it's like to do my job in the winter
Action Shooting 4
Pray For the Lost Firefighters in Houston
Old BUICK II
IDPA Championship Kostanjevica na Krasu, Slovenia
Brake Cleaner Heads UP
NASF
could be
Aging Optimist
For sports car fans
bird accident

Recent Activity