Income from your Hunting Land!

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, Keller Williams fox cities #1 in Forest Land Mgmt

 deerLEASING HUNTING LAND; INCOME FOR LANDOWNERS, WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS, AND GREAT LAND FOR HUNTERS.

 

—By leasing out their land, woodland owners may be able to profit from the rich tradition of hunting that exists in Wisconsin. An untapped source of income could exist on property that sustains wildlife.

 

            Having exclusive access to private land during hunting season is a price that many hunters are willing to pay.  Leasing out deer hunting rights will not only increase a hunter’s chance of success, but the lease payments could be enough to cover landowners’ property taxes.  The payments can also go toward funding habitat improvement projects on the property.

 

           

deerWoodland Management Service assists landowners in finding hunters who are willing to pay them for secured hunting land.  More hunters are turning to the hunting lease program to avoid the inconvenience and unreliability of public land.  Landowners can begin to reap the benefits of this program today.

 

Many clients in the hunting lease program are farmers or absentee landowners who either do not hunt or who have more land than they need for themselves.  deer

 

Urban hunters are thankful for a place to hunt.  Most of these hunters are recognized as ethical hunters and participants in this program have been very pleased with the quality of these tenants in the past.

 

Interested landowners can obtain a lease form from Woodland Management Service.  Woodland owners are not restricted to a set number of wooded acres to get involved.   

 

  Landowners earn money from the hunting lease program, which they can choose to invest in property taxes or further wildlife habitat improvements on their property. 

 

 

            For more information about the hunting lease program or to schedule an interview, please call Bob Crane at (715) 204-9663

 

 

 

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Laura Cerrano
Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island - Locust Valley, NY
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I never really thought about hunting then as being income, but it's entirely doable but not really thought about my a lot of people.

Mar 19, 2017 11:36 PM #1
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Nathan Gesner
American West Realty & Management - Cody, WY
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I don't hunt any more but will probably do it again with my son now that he's older. I would prefer hunting on private land just to stay away from all the nuts out there.

Mar 20, 2017 04:56 AM #2
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Nicholas Crane
Crane Forest and Property Management - Cadott, WI
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Great service offering to match hunters with private land owners who are willing to let hunters use their land.  

Mar 20, 2017 07:09 PM #3
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Mick Michaud
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I used to own a wildlife ranch near the Red River.  I had DU help put in an 11 acre duck pond.  It was great.  I used to lease it out for duck season.  During the rest of the year, I'd run private hog hunts.  Even wrote a couple of blog posts on AR about it.

Mar 21, 2017 10:07 AM #4
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Sally Crane
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Hi Bob, I can really see the value in administering a program like this one.

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