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Lease opening in Hill County #7262300 08/20/18 04:03 PM
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I have an opportunity for 2 and myself in Hill County between Bynum and Malone. Has not been leased since 2015 due to property being under new ownership. 91 Acres that includes hardwoods, plenty of water source, and most importantly plenty of food source surrounding the property (corn, cotton and wheat fields surrond). I walked the property yesterday and pulling in I seen a lot of Dove and jumped 3 Deer. Walking the property I seen 2 Bucks, 3 Doe and a 250+ Boar. I put out a feeder and a camera in a good location to see what the Quality is looking like and will pull SIM card Friday. $1500 per gun (I am paid) for 3 that will include 1 Buck, 2 Doe, 1 Turkey, and no lease limit on Dove, Duck, Hogs, and Varmints as this will go by State zone limit.

*** Water and Electricity is not turned on. You can bring a guest but guest will shoot on your limit. First come first serve for stand location and feeder placement if desired. Lease will run from September 1st - February 1st.


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91 acres?

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91 Acres. 90 if it sounds better


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$49 an acre?

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$49 an acre is correct!!!


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Waiting to see photos of what you might have.


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Depends on the cover, I hunt East Texas with a lot of cover, 147 acres, $6000, 4 spots. It would be vary rare these days to find something less than $1500 a gun. If you have something consider yourself lucky. We have power but no water. Land is going for appx 2500 to 3000 per acre in that area. Through Farm Credit or an Ag Credit organization you get 15 to 20 years max for financing. In this situation you cannot make payments on the land for what you can lease it for hunting.



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Originally Posted By: GLC
Depends on the cover, I hunt East Texas with a lot of cover, 147 acres, $6000, 4 spots. It would be vary rare these days to find something less than $1500 a gun. We have power but no water. Land is going for appx 2500 to 3000 per acre in that area. Through Farm Credit or an Ag Credit organization you get 15 to 20 years max for financing. In this situation you cannot make payments on the land for what you cam lease it for hunting.


How long you been paying $6,000 for 147 acres? How many deer y'all shooting? That is $40 an acre and one hunter per 36 acres. We pay $9 an acre with water and electricity.

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Depends on the cover, I hunt East Texas with a lot of cover, 147 acres, $6000, 4 spots. It would be vary rare these days to find something less than $1500 a gun. We have power but no water. Land is going for appx 2500 to 3000 per acre in that area. Through Farm Credit or an Ag Credit organization you get 15 to 20 years max for financing. In this situation you cannot make payments on the land for what you cam lease it for hunting.


How long you been paying $6,000 for 147 acres? How many deer y'all shooting? That is $40 an acre and one hunter per 36 acres. We pay $9 an acre with water and electricity. popcorn


As I said, consider your self very lucky, you are very fortunate. Been many years since I have seen something at $9 per acre unless it is in the Pan Handle with a lot of flat land with no trees.
So far $6000 for 4 years, year round lease, only common sense rules, no drama, family friendly, great land owners, taking 2 to 4 deer per person and a hole lot of hogs and varmints, Yes 1 hunter per 36 acres-rarely all 4 hunters there at one time, a ton of cover. We feed year round 5 to 7 feeders.

Sorry for hijacking the tread, just supporting the OP's position.



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Depends on the cover, I hunt East Texas with a lot of cover, 147 acres, $6000, 4 spots. It would be vary rare these days to find something less than $1500 a gun. We have power but no water. Land is going for appx 2500 to 3000 per acre in that area. Through Farm Credit or an Ag Credit organization you get 15 to 20 years max for financing. In this situation you cannot make payments on the land for what you cam lease it for hunting.


How long you been paying $6,000 for 147 acres? How many deer y'all shooting? That is $40 an acre and one hunter per 36 acres. We pay $9 an acre with water and electricity. popcorn


As I said, consider your self very lucky, you are very fortunate. Been many years since I have seen something at $9 per acre unless it is in the Pan Handle with a lot of flat land with no trees.
So far $6000 for 4 years, year round lease, only common sense rules, no drama, family friendly, great land owners, taking 2 to 4 deer per person and a hole lot of hogs and varmints, Yes 1 hunter per 36 acres-rarely all 4 hunters there at one time, a ton of cover. We feed year round 5 to 7 feeders.

Sorry for hijacking the tread, just supporting the OP's position.


Nope, less than 2 hrs from downtown Dallas. I am just wondering how long you have been on there. Normally just see those prices and density on landowners who decide to lease for the first time and hear how much hunters pay per gun and don't take into consideration the size of their property. I don't know your land though but many places in E. Tex have extremely limited doe season, no turkey or dove so you are buying some hog hunts and very lucky for a buck.

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"Nope, less than 2 hrs from downtown Dallas. I am just wondering how long you have been on there. Normally just see those prices and density on landowners who decide to lease for the first time. I don't know your land though but many places in E. Tex have extremely limited doe season, no turkey or dove so you are buying some hog hunts and very lucky for a buck."

As I said, you are very fortunate so you probably will not be getting off of your lease any time soon, if you do, let us know. "Limited doe season"? Not really, 30 days for bow, 15 days for rifle and 15 days black powder. Have taken or have had opportunity to take a nice 110 to 130 class buck every year but mainly a meat hunter, we have Spring turkey but can only take one. It would be great if there were more properties available at $9 per acre, family friendly, no drama, year round access, with electricity with no weird rules and with great land owners.



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Heck yeah $9 is a deal but we don't all get a buck either. But most per acre of anyone I know is $15. These $40+ per acre places are just new to me. Been leasing for 15 years.

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Originally Posted By: Txduckman
Heck yeah $9 is a deal but we don't all get a buck either. But most per acre of anyone I know is $15. These $40+ per acre places are just new to me. Been leasing for 15 years.


Totally understand, been leasing since early 80's.

Ok, I bumped this thread enough, I am out.

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We pay $12 an acre for full camp and 2700 acres. 10 guys total. Two bucks, three does, any exotics we see, guest privileges, and its year round. Topdeer goes about 140

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