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This is the Time of the Year To Locate Your New Hunting Lease For 2018!


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“I had almost given up on finding a deer lease that was close to my home until I found your website. Thanks to your zip code search function, I was able to find a great new Texas deer lease within 100 miles from my house. Keep up the good work!!!”
– Justin Swidersky, Magnolia, TX

“Thank you for letting me include pictures of my property and some of the whitetail deer that we have harvested in the past. I had my property listed with other websites for some time but it only took three days on your site with the pictures to lease up my Texas deer lease.”
- Chad Wright , RT Ranch

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Texas Hunting Resources

We wanted to share some Texas hunting resources and information with our members that will make your hunting experiences more enjoyable.

Sunrise/Sunset Data

Here is a link to Sunrise/Sunset times that will help you know when to be in the woods: http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/RS_OneDay.html

Hunting Lease Information

Once you locate your perfect hunting lease, you need to protect yourself with a signed contract for the hunting rights. Most landowners will already have a form that they have used in the past, but the following link will help you ask all of the right questions before entering into a Hunting Lease Agreement: http://recenter.tamu.edu/pdf/570.pdf

State Regulations

It is important to be aware of all of the Texas Fishing and Hunting Regulations for your area. The following link will keep you informed of these regulations: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/publications/annual/

How Texas Hunting Opportunities are organized

  • Packaged – Short term hunting opportunity on a game managed ranch:
  • Landowner – Leasing directly from a landowner
  • Lease Broker/Land Manager – Landowner has contract with a secondary party to lease and/or manage their property

Suggestions to make your Hunting Lease run smoothly

  • Locate a group of hunters with common interest
  • Setup a work weekend so everyone can pitch in with the work
  • Create a joint checking account for the hunting lease to share costs
  • Create a budget to help predict yearly costs ( feed, elect, feeder)
  • Create a clear vision of the desired quality / age of game harvested
  • Define what a trophy animal is for your group
  • Develop a management program
    • Feed program
    • Trophy harvest criteria/limits
    • Cull harvest criteria/limits
    • Food plots
  • Keep the kids and families in mind

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