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Wanted... Duck lease #7647952 10/31/19 03:52 AM
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I know it’s last min... the land I have leased is under contract and I no longer have my honey hole.

If anyone needs to add a man for the season let me know. Greatly appreciate you all!

Re: Wanted... Duck lease [Re: huntinraider] #7648386 10/31/19 05:04 PM
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Back when I hunted private, I made sure I had 2 seasons locked up at a time with my land owner. As soon as one season was over, I put deposit down for another season locking up another 2 seasons. If someone wanted to lease out from under me, they would have to put a deposit down for 3 seasons out, which most are not willing to do.

If you are just now trying to pay your land owner for this season, I don’t blame him one bit leasing to someone else. Good luck.

Re: Wanted... Duck lease [Re: Guy] #7648473 10/31/19 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Guy
Back when I hunted private, I made sure I had 2 seasons locked up at a time with my land owner. As soon as one season was over, I put deposit down for another season locking up another 2 seasons. If someone wanted to lease out from under me, they would have to put a deposit down for 3 seasons out, which most are not willing to do.

If you are just now trying to pay your land owner for this season, I don’t blame him one bit leasing to someone else. Good luck.




That's kind of a prick response....I took that whoever he was leasing from SOLD the property, not leased to someone else.

Re: Wanted... Duck lease [Re: huntinraider] #7648474 10/31/19 06:32 PM
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huntinraider,

i don't have any help for you unfortunately...anything that available now is probably not very good. I know some guides that will fit you into groups or possibly take 1-2 guys. May spend your lease money going the guided route this year?

Re: Wanted... Duck lease [Re: huntinraider] #7648572 10/31/19 08:40 PM
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Fee minutes on Craigslist found this

640 acres year around Deer Duck Geese dove Hunting Camping Lease

https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/grd/d/chicota-640-acres-year-around-deer-duck/7008310391.html

Three private hunting ranches are available for lease. You need to make your own group of hunters. Water and electric you can turn on your self for camping. 1. 270 acres 4 ponds plus huge 10 acres lake located near Bonham TX. Good deer, ducks, geese ...

Re: Wanted... Duck lease [Re: RiverRunner] #7649828 11/02/19 10:23 AM
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Originally Posted by RiverRunner
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Back when I hunted private, I made sure I had 2 seasons locked up at a time with my land owner. As soon as one season was over, I put deposit down for another season locking up another 2 seasons. If someone wanted to lease out from under me, they would have to put a deposit down for 3 seasons out, which most are not willing to do.

If you are just now trying to pay your land owner for this season, I don’t blame him one bit leasing to someone else. Good luck.




That's kind of a prick response....I took that whoever he was leasing from SOLD the property, not leased to someone else.

Or maybe I made an informative post and you are thin skinned and made a prick response? Whether land owner did lease or sold contract, if you got a “honey hole”, lock it up for 2 seasons. Even if sold, you got a contract new land owner would need to let you hunt it that season and would most likely be part of his contract with seller.

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guy... any landowner with any sort of brain would never sign a lease with someone without having the rights to terminate the hunting lease in the event of a sale of the property. Maybe you didn’t have that situation in your case but I imagine the OP did.

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Originally Posted by triggerbowtx
guy... any landowner with any sort of brain would never sign a lease with someone without having the rights to terminate the hunting lease in the event of a sale of the property. Maybe you didn’t have that situation in your case but I imagine the OP did.

Another tip, give land owner honey baked ham every Christmas, and he wouldn’t do such a thing. Hope you guys are taking notes, I normally charge for this type information.

Re: Wanted... Duck lease [Re: huntinraider] #7651241 11/04/19 03:52 AM
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Originally Posted by huntinraider
I know it’s last min... the land I have leased is under contract and I no longer have my honey hole.

If anyone needs to add a man for the season let me know. Greatly appreciate you all!



Is it just you looking for a spot? Potentially have something available in Fannin County, but would prefer 1 group of 3-4. Within an hour from Dallas.


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