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5 minutes ago, moog5050 said:

$10000/yr for a lease?   I will go elk hunting instead and save a few bucks.  

Yep getting crazy.. gonna see them go up.as.property taxes go up


I've hunted almost everyday of my life.. the rest have been wasted!

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700 acres......how many guys/girls get in on this together........even at 7 your only at a 1400 for the year per person. Like GMan said taxes are going up.....never down. At some people's different stages of life a 1400 a year is way easier to swing than paying taxes plus a pretty hefty lump some payment for hunting land.

 

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12 minutes ago, mlammerhirt said:

700 acres......how many guys/girls get in on this together........even at 7 your only at a 1400 for the year per person. Like GMan said taxes are going up.....never down. At some people's different stages of life a 1400 a year is way easier to swing than paying taxes plus a pretty hefty lump some payment for hunting land.

 

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I would assume a group would go in on it together.  A lease by me went to a group and they negotiated fixing the cabin on it for the lease... time will tell if they do.


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If I was closer to that area I would go in on that with some guys. Im looking for a lease with a camp but they are hard to come by. Im in the adirondacks. Its a weekend getaway. Keep me in touch cuz ill go in. 

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I guess if you split it up with a group it’s not bad but I would prefer to buy a smaller parcel and not deal with the headaches.   Accommodating everyone’s idea on how to hunt and manage a parcel is not easy.    

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Ya I’ve never paid one dollar to gain hunting access . In NY not going to happen . If I lost my spot, I could jump on nearby spots for free no problem .

We’ve turned the corner on an average guy hunting a few weekends , to a rich mans hobby . 

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7 hours ago, Nomad said:

Ya I’ve never paid one dollar to gain hunting access . In NY not going to happen . If I lost my spot, I could jump on nearby spots for free no problem .

We’ve turned the corner on an average guy hunting a few weekends , to a rich mans hobby . 

It's amazing how fast they go, too.  My Aunt leased her place in 2 pieces to the tune of about 7 grand total.  People renting are basically paying the people taxes.  Both places went within a week.  On the other hand there was a huge uptick in public hunting this year.


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The beauty of leasing is if the hunting sucks you move on to another one.


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12 hours ago, Nomad said:

Ya I’ve never paid one dollar to gain hunting access . In NY not going to happen . If I lost my spot, I could jump on nearby spots for free no problem .

We’ve turned the corner on an average guy hunting a few weekends , to a rich mans hobby . 

Public land is still free, arcade hunter walked on a new piece to him i believe and scored a nice buck after a few sits. 

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Public land is still free, arcade hunter walked on a new piece to him i believe and scored a nice buck after a few sits. 
There is a plus and a minus to everything. Some people pay to use a gym and were left high and dry when they all shut down......but the people who work out at home and already had their equipment didn't miss a beat. Others pay to hunt a private lease and enjoy going when they want and most the time aren't worried about other hunters....while public land is very rewarding it can give a hunter fits.

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