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Lease available for 2018 in Steuben County close to town of Greenwood. Looking for a max of 2 hunters (flexible if you have kids and would like them to hunt as well). I would like to open this up to responsible hunters who have a passion for hunting and whitetails. I am trying to give back to the land and create new deer habitat every year. Looking for hunters that will treat the place like their own and enjoy the time out in the woods. Lots of wildlife (Bear, Deer, Turkey, Grouse, Fox, Coyote, etc.) 21 Acres Walking distance to State Land (Rock Creek State Forest) and short ride to Turkey Ridge SF, and Greenwood SF where you can enjoy several thousand acres of hunting land. Several treestands on the property. Fall foodplots will be going in around July/August 2018 (3 Acres) Apple, Pear, Chestnut Tree Plots established and producing fruit as of 2017 If you are interested and would like more information please let me know.
Hunting lease with Cabin now available! Here's something that doesn't come along very often..... One of our current lessees is giving up his lease and is looking for someone to buy the cabin that is built on the property. Check out the details about the cabin here http://www.cottonhanlon.com/#!cabin-for-sale/xb92b The complete list of available hunting leases can also be found on our website. Any question please do not hesitate to give me a call or email. 607-594-4600 [email protected] Bob
Well if you are looking for a new place to hunt we might be able to help you out. On March 3, 2014 at 7:30 AM Cotton-Hanlon will be publishing their list of woodlots that are available for lease here on this page http://cottonhanlon.com/leasing.html Typically we have a dozen or two woodlots come open for lease ranging in size from 20 acres to over 500 acres. There is a really good chance we'll have leases opening in the following counties: Steuben, Schuyler, Chemung, Toiga, Tompkins, Cortland and Oswego counties. Remember it's first come first served so make sure to check the website right at 7:30 AM on March 3rd. If you have any questions before then please do not hesitate to shot me an email [email protected] or post the question here. I know there are several C-H lessees that regularly post on this forum, they might be willing to add their two-cents on any questions you post. Bob O'Brien Chief Forester Cotton-Hanlon, Inc. http://cottonhanlon.com/index.html