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Improving Safety on Your Property

7 Easy Steps to protect yourself and your guests. Whether you bought your property to manage your own hunting paradise or you plan to enjoy your land with family, friends and co-workers year-round, the most important thing you can provide for them is a safe experience. Hosting guests on ...

By |May 10, 2022|

Why Landowners Choose Base Camp Leasing

Eric, tell me about your experience with Basecamp. How's it working out for you? Sure. It's been working out great. I've been working with them for the last three or four years and actually was referred to them by a neighbor, another landowner farmer that had worked ...

By |April 22, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 5

https://omny.fm/shows/agritalk/agritalk-4-21-22-outdoors-on-the-farm 00:00:02 Speaker 1: mm hmm, 00:00:03 Speaker 1: opinions expressed on Agri Talk do not necessarily reflect the views of farm dribble. Broadcasting affiliate stations or sponsors outdoors on the farm is brought to you by base camp leasing. Turn your hunt herbal farmland into a ...

By |April 21, 2022|

Supporting Delta Waterfowl

FISHERS, IN – Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Delta Waterfowl, a conservation organization that focuses on duck production, habitat conservation, science-based research and the HunteR3 initiative.  They work to produce ducks and secure the future of waterfowling.  Their focus on these key areas makes them a great ...

By |April 19, 2022|

Support For Sportsmen’s Alliance

FISHERS, IN – Base Camp Leasing is proud to continue its support of the Sportsmen’s Alliance and has supported the organization since 2018. “The Sportsmen’s Alliance is one of the best pro-hunting organizations out there. It makes complete sense for us to partner given our company’s passion for supporting ...

By |April 19, 2022|

Conditioning For The Hunting Season

As winter is giving way to spring and warmer weather, there are many preparations that hunters will start thinking about for their fall hunting season.  Game cameras strategically placed to trend patterns, food plots planted, tree stands hung, limbs cleared.  One essential preparation that is often overlooked is conditioning for ...

By |March 31, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 4

AgriTalk 00:00:03 Speaker 1: opinions expressed on Agritalk do not necessarily reflect the views of farm dribble, Broadcasting affiliate stations or sponsors outdoors on the farm is brought to you by base camp leasing, turn your hunt herbal farmland into a growing income stream through our hunting ...

By |March 28, 2022|

HuntStand Partners With Hunting Land Specialist Base Camp

HuntStand Partners With Hunting Land Specialist Base Camp Fresh off the recent unveiling of its newly renovated website, HuntStand is proud to announce an expansion of its industry partners that now include hunting property specialist Base Camp Leasing, as well as its fast-growing sister division, Base Camp Country ...

By |March 15, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 3

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By |March 14, 2022|

AgriTalk – Industry Spotlight

Joining us now, JT Kreger, CEO of Base Camp Leasing, the sponsor of Outdoors on the farm of Agritak JT. Ok, let's get real basic here. What is Base Camp Leasing up? Leasing is the largest hunting rights leasing broker in the United States. We cover the ...

By |March 4, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 2

Agri Talk is sponsored by Anteriscoplete. Take a tactical first strike against weeds and protect your soybeans early with long-lasting residual control from Anteriscomplete. Opinions expressed on AgriTalk do not necessarily reflect the views of farm-driven broadcasting, affiliate stations or sponsors. Outdoors on the Farm is brought to ...

By |March 4, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 1

We don't make the news, we render it AgriTalk. Agritalk, indeed. Everyone, thank you so much for tuning in. Davis Michaelson is here with Chip Glory beloved hosts. Jeff, how's it going today? How's it going today? We got outdoors on the farm back. It was so cool ...

By |March 4, 2022|

Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry

FISHERS, IN - Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, an organization that focuses on providing food for those who are in need of food to feed their families.  Working with local farmers and hunters for harvest donations, FHFH is able to transform a ...

By |February 17, 2022|

Why We Shed Hunt

When fall deer season has come to an end and the Christmas lights start to come down for the year there is one thing that comes to mind for the die-hards like myself. We start to see visions of a bright white glimmer laying in a cut cornfield and our ...

By |February 4, 2022|

Supporting Catch A Dream

FISHERS, IN -Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Catch-A-Dream Foundation, an organization that focuses on granting outdoor adventures to children from across the United States. The support that BCL provides will help enhance the outdoor adventures for children 18 years old or younger who have a life-threatening illness. “We ...

By |February 2, 2022|

Freedom Hunters

FISHERS, IN -Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Freedom Hunters, an organization that focuses on honoring our nation’s finest from field to field. Base Camp Leasing believes in its mission to salute the noble work of our courageous men and women of our Armed Forces by taking them on ...

By |January 27, 2022|

Base Camp Leasing Supporting Farm Rescue

FISHERS, IN - Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Farm Rescue, an organization that provides assistance to farm and ranch families in Mid Western States and has assisted over 800 families in crisis since 2006. The support that BCL provides will help farming communities and families in need in ...

By |January 11, 2022|

The 5 Best States to hunt Turkeys!

Texas It should come as no surprise that a state like Texas tops our list. Both its sheer size and the long lineage of bird hunters play a vital role in our decision. With over half a million birds calling this state home, it is a great state for a ...

By |July 16, 2021|

5 Questions about Air-gun Hunting | Answered!

Hunting is a broad sport that covers multiple different ways to get the same job done. Some people are bowhunters, born and raised, with plans to never change. Others have taken the rifle or muzzleloader in as their way of hunting. Or hey, maybe you do a little bit of ...

By |July 16, 2021|

3 Tips to Get The Most Out Of Your Trail Cameras

A trail camera can be a hunter's best friend if they are using the device to its full potential. This blog post focuses on some of the best practices/ tips to get the maximum benefit out of your trail cameras year-round! Created from the need of hunters everywhere, a trail ...

By |July 16, 2021|

Hunting in North Carolina | Leases

Hunting in North Carolina is something that might not pop up on experienced hunters' radars, but it should. Combining a state with a long-standing history of hunting with an extensive list of huntable animals and you have a recipe for success. Hunting is popular enough in the Tarheel state that ...

By |June 28, 2021|

Bowfishing Tips| Beat Summer Boredom

If you consider yourself a bowhunter, then you know how long the summer months can be., Nothing to shoot but targets, right? What if I told you there was a way to keep your skills sharp, pout that expensive bow to work and feel the rush of hunting? Well, boy, ...

By |June 23, 2021|

Hunting Leases in Texas| The Right Way to Hunt

If you are looking for an all-around beast in the hunting world, Texas is the state for you. Coming in at a staggering 261,797 square miles, it's no question that out of the continental united states, Texas is king. The majority of hunting on Texas is private land, which makes ...

By |June 21, 2021|

North Dakota Hunting| With a Lease

If hearing the words hunting and North Dakota don't make your ears perk up as a hunter, you miss out. From a variety of big game to some of the best bird hunting in the country, North Dakota hunting does not disappoint. With so many different animals to hunt, any ...

By |June 10, 2021|

4 Hunting Destination You Need to Lease

To many of us, hunting is more than just a weekend activity. It is something ingrained in us, whether that be from birth or finding your interest later in life. The hunting destinations mentioned in this blog make the perfect hunt for any hunter, no matter the experience level. There ...

By |June 8, 2021|

7 Hunting YouTube Channels to Check Out

#1 The Hunting Public When I say that these guys (and gals) are everything you want out of hunting youtube channel… I mean it. They are able to combine education tips with great entertainment and commentary. You can get a view into all kinds of hunting all over the country. ...

By |June 8, 2021|

Why Arkansas Hunting Leases

Arkansas Hunting Leases Near Me It’s 2021; if you are still spending thousands of dollars on gear to deal with public land competition, you're doing it wrong. Hunters these days are beginning to realize that with all the time and effort that goes into hunting, why would you skimp on ...

By |June 3, 2021|

6 Summer Time Wild Game Recipes

Memorial Day weekend has passed, and I don’t know about you. But to ME, that means summer has officially begun. Making it the perfect time to try out so fresh new takes on wild game recipes! Pair that with lifted COVID Restrictions, and we are in for one heck of ...

By |June 1, 2021|

6 Places to Hunt

Where Can I Hunt near me? A question that at times can plague even the most experienced hunters. For most, the days of freely hunting any land they choose because “It's my god-given right”  are behind them. Which leaves hunters with two options, public hunting land and private hunting land. ...

By |May 14, 2021|

Hunting in Georgia: Private Leases

Why Hunt Georgia The Peach State, home to the bulldog's bar-b-que, is also the home to some serious hunting. Its diversity in both land type and animals to hunt is a true hunter's paradise. You will find multiple duck species, high-level whitetail hunting, Appalachian-style mountains, and flooded timber. All things ...

By |May 4, 2021|

Tennessee Hunting Leases (Your Next Hunt)

So you need a place to hunt? You're in the southeast and are just tired of dealing with the constant pressure, early morning, and failed hunts that come with public land hunting. Don’t worry; you're not alone. Tens of thousands of hunters every year are making the switch from hunting ...

By |April 29, 2021|

Hunting Leases In Indiana

So, you're looking for a place to hunt in the crossroads of America. The vast acres of cornfields and flat ground lets you know that this is a prime place for whitetails. So, where do you start to find a hunting lease in Indiana? Why a Hunting Lease In Indiana ...

By |April 19, 2021|

How To Get More Young Hunters

What's Going on With Young Hunters? Who doesn't love hunting? The preparation, the chase, the reward when you finally put it all together. It's a great pastime that has brought together millions of people and created a community that cares about and cares for wildlife. But there is a problem ...

By |April 16, 2021|

Iowa Hunting Leases

Iowa Hunting Leases A hunting lease in Iowa is one of the most timely and cost efficient ways to hunt in Iowa. Experience the trophy whitetail and monster turkeys of the Hawk-eye state with a quality lease from Base Camp Leasing. Why Choose Iowa If you are looking to take ...

By |April 13, 2021|

Hunting Leases in Michigan – Your Next Lease

When it comes to hunting in the Midwest, there are many great options. Each with its own uniqueness that makes it stand out from one another. That is exactly the case when it comes to hunting in Michigan. And there is no better way to enjoy a hunting trip than ...

By |April 6, 2021|

Kentucky Hunting Leases

The days of dealing with the pressure associated with hunting public land is over. Now hunters have the option of easily purchasing a hunting lease anywhere they like. From coast to coast, the possibilities to hunt where and when you want are endless. When deciding where you want your next ...

By |March 30, 2021|

Illinois Hunting Leases – Your Next Big Hunt

In the past few years, it has become more and more apparent to hunters that hunting on public grounds isn’t what it used to be, from the intense competition to the overcrowding that always seems to occur right when you don’t want it to. Hunting on public ground is no ...

By |February 11, 2021|

Coyote Control

Being a landowner is a lifestyle that is both extremely rewarding, as well as difficult. One of the more difficult aspects being predator control. More specifically, coyote control. Unlike most predators, coyotes posses the unique trait of extreme adaptability. Able to change their eating and hunting habitats to form to ...

By |February 9, 2021|

Indiana Turkey Hunting

Indiana is a state that is often though tof as a white tail state. With some of the biggest bucks and awesome land to hunt, it comes as no surprise. However, there is another hunting seasons that shines in Indiana. That is Spring Turkey hunting season in Indiana. Typically beginning ...

By |February 3, 2021|

Indiana Deer Hunting: The Break Down

Deer Hunting in Indiana may not top the charts in destination hunts for hunters around the world. But, it is home to some of the best hunting in the Midwest. With high population density and some seriously big deer, deer Hunting in Indinaa has been on the raise for years, ...

By |February 3, 2021|

Why Hunt Wild Game

The reasons behind why someone would want to get involved in hunting are broad. Perhaps it runs in your family, and you are one in a long line of hunters. Maybe you’ve never been hunting, but the idea of it interests you. In this series I am going to  go ...

By |January 29, 2021|

Breaking Down: Hunting Seasons & Laws

One of the most important things to learn about hunting ins knowing exactly when and where you can legally hunt. Outside of the physical hunting seasons and laws, there is also the ethical side to hunting. While it may be fully legal to hunt a deer, if you had never ...

By |January 19, 2021|

Public vs Private Hunting Land

After you have decided what you're going to hunt, and how you're going to do it. You have to make the decision on where you will be doing your hunting. Then you have two options when it  comes to hunting land. Either hunt on private hunting land or public hunting ...

By |January 14, 2021|

Hunting Habitats: Improvements

When it comes to being a landowner, the way you take care of your hunting land is one of the most important things you can do. From changing where you plant  your food plots, to cutting down old trees. There are many ways to improve the quality of hunting habitats ...

By |January 13, 2021|

What You Can Do To Deter Trespassers

We would like to address one of the licensees/hunter’s biggest concerns on a hunting lease: trespassing. Whether a trespasser is hunting the property without consent or utilizing the property for recreational purposes, trespassing affects the quality of the hunt and the quality of the lease. As a landowner, there are ...

By |September 3, 2019|

Available Hunting Leases: A Hunters Dream

A best-case scenario for all parties involved is when hunters want to renew a hunting lease year after year. The benefit to the landowner is that they are dealing with the same hunters and can budget for revenue at a set time each year. For the hunters, learning how best ...

By |September 3, 2019|

Leasing Farmland | How to Earn More Money

How Much Income From Leasing Farmland? Being a landowner can be an awesome privilege or a tough burden at times. But if you’re one of the many people in our country who inherited the family farm years ago and is looking at retirement or a change of pace, it can ...

By |March 26, 2019|

How to Make Higher Profits Cutting Hay

Tips for Extra Income When Cutting Hay There’s something special about the smell of a freshly cut hayfield in the heat of the summer. But whether you have a cattle farm (Leasing Cattle Land | What You Need To Know) and need to support them over the winter, or just ...

By |March 20, 2019|

Leasing Cattle Land | What You Need to Know

How to Earn Extra Income Leasing Cattle Land Whether you run a full-blown cattle operation or simply inherited a few cows and the back forty from your parents, one thing is very important to keep in mind: if your cows and land aren’t making you money, you probably won’t continue ...

By |March 20, 2019|

How To Sell Your Timber

What You Should Know About Selling Timber You’ve been eyeing that chunk of woods on your property for a while now, thinking it might be time to cut it. Maybe it’s always been there throughout your lifetime and you’ve heard a lot about the benefits of cutting trees. But you’re ...

By |February 26, 2019|

Best Way to Control Coyotes on Farms and Ranches

Methods to Control Coyotes on Farms Whether you own livestock on a farm or just like to hunt deer on your property, there are a few sounds you really don’t like to hear as evening approaches: coyote barks, yips, and howls. Hearing a lone coyote is troubling enough, but when ...

By |February 15, 2019|

Coyote Effects on Livestock | A Balancing Act

How to Tackle Coyote Effects on Livestock As a farmland owner or ranch manager, it’s likely you’ve got a few animals running around on your property. Cattle, sheep, and goats can all have important roles on a farm and can mean a lot to your financial well-being too. So when ...

By |February 11, 2019|

Earning Money from Forests Without Cutting Timber

Is There a Way of Earning Money from Forests Without Logging It? You hear it a lot if you are a forestland owner. “Cut the trees! It’s good for habitat and you can make a lot of money!” Both of those claims might be true and there are definitely a lot of people ...

By |January 15, 2019|

How to Make Money on Your Land

Several Ways to Make Money on Your Land No matter what kind of land you own or type of landowner you are, one thing’s for sure: if your land isn’t making money for you, it’s a lot harder to justify owning it. And you’re probably missing out on a nice passive income that ...

By |January 15, 2019|

Inherited Property | Deciding to Sell, Keep, or Lease?

What to Do If You Inherited Property Inheriting land is one of those things that most people dream about. You hear stories of someone suddenly becoming the sole owner of a large estate somewhere – it sounds like such a blessing and opportunity and it is hard not to get a little envious. ...

By |January 3, 2019|

How Farm Loans Could Help You Get Started Farming

Why Farm Loans Might Be a Good Move for You You’re probably familiar with the “out of sight, out of mind” phrase, right? Sadly, it’s very easy for many people in our increasingly urbanized world to forget that farming is still how we get our food and a great many other products and associated ...

By |December 20, 2018|

Best States for Waterfowl Hunting Leases

Best Waterfowl Hunting Lease States The sport of waterfowl hunting continues to be one of North America’s most popular hunting activities.  Across the Country, many states offer a wide range of waterfowl hunting opportunities that are available for the public to enjoy.  Eventually, many waterfowl hunters will begin to consider ...

By |December 13, 2018|

Why the Farmable Wetlands Program Could Work for You

Have You Considered the Farmable Wetlands Program? Almost every farmer looks for ways to maximize the amount of land they have planted in row crops or hayfields, mostly because that means higher profits. But most of them also have some kind of marginal land that is a little too wet to plow ...

By |December 12, 2018|

Canada Goose Crop Damage | One Money Making Solution

How to Offset Canada Goose Crop Damage There’s something special about owning land and looking out at your farm fields. They are your livelihood and you probably spend a great deal of time and money to prepare, plant, maintain, and harvest them. So when you look out over your fields and ...

By |December 10, 2018|

How to Handle Crop Damage by Excessive Rain and Floods

Solutions for Flooded Crop Fields Mother Nature has a habit of getting what she wants.  She may give you a few small victories, but inevitably, she will win the war.  This example of give and take can be explicitly seen in the world of row crops, and their relationship with wetlands and streams. It is often ...

By |December 10, 2018|

Hunting Cover Crops | How to Convince Your Landowner

Talk Your Farmer Into Planting Cover Crops As a hunter and lessee, you’d think it would be tricky talking a farmer/landowner into planting cover crops. After all, it’s their land and they’ve presumably been farming long enough to know a thing or two. You don’t want to come across as pushy or act like you know more than ...

By |November 27, 2018|

Leasing Cattle Ranches for Hunting | Cattle Ranch Income Sources

Hunting Leases on Cattle Ranches Agricultural producers understand the value of investment, of hard work, and of the return on both of those attributes. All across the agricultural lands of this great nation are working ranches producing safe, quality beef for consumers. These operations require huge investments in land resources, not only for the ...

By |November 19, 2018|

Farmland Guide | How to Reduce Deer Crop Damage

Tips to Reduce Deer Crop Damage on Your Farm Farmers are still one of the rare kinds of people who truly live off the land. For example, if a crop doesn’t do well, due to a storm or disease or drought, their salary and livelihood is directly impacted (to some extent). Unfortunately, there’s another cause ...

By |November 9, 2018|

Ways to Earn Income on a Farm After Row Crop Harvest

You Want to Earn Income on a Farm, But How? Whether you are the proud owner of a large farming estate passed down through the generations or you just bought your first small farm, there’s probably one thing on your mind: what is the best way to make money farming? Knowing how to earn ...

By |October 25, 2018|

Making Money from Leasing Your Woodland | Timber Harvests

Why Leasing Your Woodland Is Important After a Timber Harvest Very few landowners try to make their property as profitable as possible. In most cases, family farms or lands are passed down through generations, and the same practices are used to earn money from it, including row crops, pastures for livestock, or the occasional firewood ...

By |October 22, 2018|

Ultimate Guide to Leasing Your Land for Hunting

Leasing Your Land for Hunting | What You Should Know You’re probably familiar with the old saying about how you should buy land now because they’re not making any more of it. As a landowner who’s not using all of their land, that phrase just seems kind of silly. Whether you ...

By |October 19, 2018|

Earn Passive Income From Your Farm and Pastures

How to Start Leasing Farmland and Pastures for Hunting Farmers are some of the hardest-working people in the country. They work crazy hours (especially during the planting or harvesting seasons) to fit as much as they possibly can into the day and sometimes night too. Their hard work fuels the country. But you never ...

By |September 18, 2018|

Should You Consider Waterfowl Hunting Leases?

Leasing Land for Waterfowl Hunting Leases | Is Your Land Suitable? When most people think about hunting leases, they usually go right to deer hunting leases. You probably do too. But let’s be honest, not everyone wants to only hunt whitetails, which means there is an opportunity for you to market your property for ...

By |August 28, 2018|

Is Your Property Worth Leasing for Hunting?

Is Your Property Worthy of a Lease? You’ve heard that land can be one of the best investments out there, haven’t you? If managed well, most properties can very easily pay for themselves and even provide a healthy side income. And if you are reading this post, it’s a good ...

By |July 24, 2018|

Selling More Attractive Hunting Leases to Hunters

Landowner Hunting Lease Checklist | How to Increase the Appeal of Hunting Leases When you are selling a home, taking some time to spruce up your property before putting it on the market can help increase the “curb appeal” significantly, which usually equals a higher return. It is the same ...

By |July 19, 2018|

Bobby

Let me understand hunting leasing better and took care of advertising and paperwork with what seemed to be my interest. - Bobby (OH)

By |July 17, 2018|

David

You take care of everything; all I have to do is cash a check! - David (KS)

By |July 17, 2018|

Jeff

Most of the licensees (hunters) have taken good care of the property and kept trespassers out, I am very happy with Base Camp. - Jeff (IN)

By |July 17, 2018|

Douglas

In my dealings you have been: well organized, responsive to inquiries, A+ Newsletter, Christmas "thank – you", stamp return envelopes – Douglas (NY)

By |July 17, 2018|

Robert

Very satisfied and would recommend the program to landowners and hunters alike. Our licensees are above friendly – Robert (PA)

By |July 17, 2018|

Ed

I have been completely satisfied with Base Camp and with its president Steve Meng, who came out in person to look at the properties. As for any suggestions on how you could improve – just keep doing what you are doing. - Ed (MI)

By |July 17, 2018|

Landowner

"Our farm leased within hours of being placed on the public website. We could not be happier with the entire experience."

By |July 17, 2018|

Paul

"I am a happy Base Camp Leasing landowner for three years running now. Base Camp has made it easy with a turn-key system, includes liability coverage, even showing the place to prospective clients for me."

By |July 17, 2018|

Dan

“The hunters on my land have been very respectful and I am happy to have them coming in again this fall. I would recommend this process to those interested in having hunters on their land, and as a source of extra income from your property.”

By |July 17, 2018|

Tips for Finding the Best Hunting Lease for You

Best Hunting Leases | Decisions that Factor in to Buying a Lease Finding your very own hunting lease can seem intimidating at first. It might feel like you need to be super rich to afford one, but that’s not the case. And fortunately, it is easier than ever today to ...

By |June 27, 2018|

Understanding Your Landowner Liability Hunting Lease Insurance

Landowner Liability Hunting Lease Insurance The simple fact is that hunting leases increase revenue from other land income sources like row crops and timber cuts, while also generating its own source of income. Besides income, hunting leases also reduce property damage and trespassing by keeping reliable hunters involved in watching and protecting the property and ...

By |June 19, 2018|

Leasing Your Property | Unrealized Income from Hunting Leases

Whether you make your entire source of income from your property or have inherited the property, ensure that you are generating revenue from your asset whenever possible. The key to successful land revenue is to create multiple streams without interfering with one another. Essentially, the goal is to create parallel ...

By |June 8, 2018|

Fort Hays State University Scholarship Program

Read the original release here  Base Camp Leasing's President, Steve Meng is proud to announce the recipient of the 2017-2018 BCL Scholarship. Congratulations to Hunter Hewitt, a Senior at Sterling High School. The Base Camp Leasing Scholarship requires students to carry a minimum 3.0 GPA, major is Agricultural Business or ...

By |December 5, 2017|

May 2016

Featured Property #7054 - Hardeman County, TN Acres: 212 Max Hunters: 3 Price: $3,605 Here’s your opportunity to hunt the #4 County in the State of Tennessee in harvest numbers on this really nice lease offering two separate parcels for your hunting pleasure. You will have thick, reclaimed woodland that’s really holding ...

By |May 5, 2016|

April 2016

Featured Property #4435 - Marion County, AR Acres: 870 Max Hunters: 14 Price: $12,000 WOW! Is the first word that comes to mind when I think of all the wildlife on this ranch. If you’re looking for Bucks, Birds... read more Contact us to learn more about this opportunity! Joe Brooks - ...

By |April 5, 2016|

2016: A YEAR OF CHALLENGES OR OPPORTUNITY?

The 2015 agricultural year in the US was less than stellar.  Net Farm Incomes as reported by USDA were somewhere around $58 B – ½ of what they were two years ago!  Crop commodity prices remain much lower than in recent years and while some inputs costs are dropping (fuel ...

By |March 21, 2016|

March 2016

Featured Property #6963 - Halifax County, VA Acres: 204 Max Hunters: 6 Price: $3,300 This Halifax County property available for lease is located about 20 minutes north of South Boston. The property has approximately 40 acres of fields which flow through the center of the tract. These fields are...  read more ...

By |March 5, 2016|

February 2016

Featured Property #6655 - Brown County, IL Acres: 1040 Max Hunters: 15 Price: $31,200 Here’s a thousand plus acre farm for lease in Brown County, Illinois, sitting right in the heart of the golden triangle. The entire eastern side is bordered by the La Moine River, which... read more If ...

By |February 5, 2016|

January 2016

January Issue Hunting Leases Done Right LEASING AGENT TROPHY PHOTOS: Andy Guernsey Indiana Leasing AgentBase Camp's Indiana Leasing Agent, Andy Guernsey, harvested this buck with a 22.5" inside spread on the last weekend of Indiana Firearm's season in Harrison County, Indiana.View Indiana leases. ​ Lee Duncan Virginia Leasing AgentLee Duncan killed this buck in Patrick ...

By |January 5, 2016|

December 2015

December Issue Hunting Leases Done Right LEASING AGENT TROPHY PHOTOS: Brandon Cutler Kansas Leasing AgentBase Camp's Kansas Leasing Agent, Brandon Cutler, harvested this monster buck that green scored 185 3/8 in Neosho County, KS. Brandon took this 17 pointer with a bow at 20 yards.View Kansas leases. Rod Shepard Illinois Leasing AgentIllinois Leasing ...

By |December 5, 2015|

November 2015

November Issue Hunting Leases Done Right Aren't you glad you didn't book a 5-day hunt with an outfitter the first week of November?Leasing with Base Camp gives you the flexibility of hunting when the time is right! After harvesting your deer this year, take time to get good photos and enter ...

By |November 5, 2015|

October 2015

October Issue Hunting Leases Done Right FEATURED HUNTER CHRISTOPHER CESSNA Chris Cessna discusses the story behind the 155” whitetail in the photo. “I’ve been in tree stands with helicopters buzzing me, vehicles driving by, dogs interfering, and in almost every case I’ve been able to kill a deer or have had an opportunity to ...

By |October 5, 2015|

September 2015

September Issue Hunting Leases Done Right FEATURED HUNTER REXTON GREY Our featured hunter is Rexton Grey, who grew up hunting in Mississippi, and now resides and has a hunting lease in Tennessee.  He currently leases a parcel of wooded land amongst a large section of woods in Meigs County.   In the ...

By |September 5, 2015|

August 2015

August Issue Hunting Leases Done Right FEATURED HUNTER RICK RONDOMANSKIThe buck in the photo to the left is a 151” from Rick Rondomanski's Illinois BCL lease.  As Rick describes the hunt, “I could not have asked for a more perfect scenario.  The deer read the script.  I leased the property on October 4th ...

By |August 5, 2015|

July 2015

July Issue Hunting Leases Done Right FEATURED HUNTER NATHAN STONER Nathan Stoner was another one of our BCL photo contest finalists.  Nathan discusses his BCL lease: “It’s been interesting having my first hunting lease.  I’ve never been able to get a photo of a deer and be able to specifically hunt ...

By |July 5, 2015|

May 2015

May Issue Hunting Leases Done Right Four Turkey Hunting Tips to Get Your Gobbler By Cole Daniels It was one of the toughest turkey hunts I’ve ever had and it was about to come to an abrupt end. A gobbler sporting an eight inch beard strutted up the logging road ...

By |May 5, 2015|

April 2015

April Issue Hunting Leases Done Right THE TIME TO FEED DEER MINERAL IS NOW by Tracy Breen It appears that spring has finally sprung.  It is time to get the bow out and start shooting a few arrows.  It is time to start preparing food plots, to plant the garden, ...

By |April 5, 2015|

March 2015

March Issue. Hunting Leases Done Right This issue sponsored by... FEATURED HUNTER PHOTO CONTEST WINNER Ty Chatell "Michigan Fall Turkey" Father and son, Ty and Tyler Chatell,  were in an elevated box blind.  Both had their bows out and had an agreement in place:  If deer come in, it’s dad’s ...

By |March 5, 2015|

February 2015

February Issue. Hunting Leases Done Right FEATURED HUNTER: Bruce Harris  Bruce Harris leased his Cortland County, New York Base Camp property so he could “control his own destiny” after many years of hunting in New York on public land.  As Bruce explained, “New York has a long season and lots of people, ...

By |February 5, 2015|

January 2015

January Issue. Hunting Leases Done Right ENTER TO WIN! Contest ends 2/1/15 Enter your best hunting and trophy photos in the photo contest and win a $150 gift card.  Three winners will be selected.  View contest photos. FEATURED HUNTER: Mark Berlin  Like many hunters, Mark began hunting with his father.  He started as ...

By |January 5, 2015|

December 2014

December Issue. Hunting Leases Done Right ENTER TO WIN! Enter your best hunting and trophy photos in the photo contest and win a $150 gift card.  Three winners will be selected.  View contest photos. FEATURED HUNTER: Jeffrey Gagnow  Jeff currently has 2 Base Camp Leases in Wisconsin within 90 minutes of ...

By |December 5, 2014|

Unbelievable in Kansas

This is a long story, but I felt I couldn't leave the details out… After a morning hunt on the first day, I am walking back to the truck.  The wind is blowing a steady 20 mph in my face and I thought to myself, this would be a great ...

By |November 17, 2014|

November 2014

FEATURED BCL LEASE: Oklahoma's Cherokee CountyProperty #: 6242 Acres: 1200     Max Hunters: 8 Certified Check Price: $13,500/ Credit Card Price:        $14,175 With around 75% timber and the rest in grass, pasture and CRP, this 1200 acre ranch will hold the wildlife. Much of the open pasture is in wild clover...combine that ...

By |November 5, 2014|

10 Must Follow Facebook Pages for Hunting

Hunting is an all-American pastime. There is nothing better than getting outside with friends and testing your mettle against nature. The rules and regulations of civilization seem no longer to apply while we fend for ourselves in the woods. It is important that people use every resource to get the ...

By |November 4, 2014|

October 2014

Read "Tips for Taking Better Hunting Photos" by John Dudley FEATURED BCL LEASE: New York's Ontario County Property #: 6212 Acres: 265     Max Hunters: 6 Certified Check Price: $4200/ Credit Card Price: $4410 Hunting Land for Lease Details: 265 acres in Ontario County, New York located in DMU 8J. Getting two doe ...

By |October 5, 2014|

10 Mobile Apps For Hunting

Hunting has gone high tech with new apps that help you watch the weather, find and call game, navigate your surroundings and even kill some time between catches. Here are the ten best mobile apps for deer hunters. MossyOak: With this app, you can track the weather, monitor wind conditions ...

By |September 12, 2014|

September 2014

 Base Camp Leasing has teamed up with Huntin' Fool to provide Wall Hanger members with a FREE eMag Subscription.  Huntin’ Fool is a member based organization dedicated to helping hunters access better hunts and maximize their hunting opportunities. Steve Meng, Base Camp Leasing President, is a fan of Huntin' Fool.  "I have utilized Huntin’ Fools’ ...

By |September 5, 2014|

Scouting Tips to Make the Most of Your Deer Hunting Season

With deer hunting season quickly approaching, now is the time to start thinking about scouting your hunting areas. By taking the time to scout for deer prior to the start of the season, you'll have the best chances of success in your deer-hunting endeavors. Read on to explore some scouting ...

By |September 3, 2014|

Basics of Hanging A Tree Stand

Hanging your deer stand is a great way to kick off a new deer season. As any hunter knows, there is plenty of preparation work that goes into a great deer season, and hanging your deer stand is one of those chores. Deer stands can be tricky, sense they pose ...

By |August 26, 2014|

The Pros and Cons of Hunting with an ATV

Planning your next hunting trip you check out the terrain of your chosen hunting grounds and you wonder how best to get there. The topo map makes it clear you cannot drive your truck close to any blinds. You can hike in; carrying your gear to the blind, or you ...

By |August 20, 2014|

First Aid Preparedness for Hunters

Anyone who takes to the land for a hunting expedition must be aware of proper first aid preparedness and procedures. While the chances are low that you'll shoot your hunting partners or vice versa, there is a strong possibility that one of you might twist an ankle, get stung by ...

By |August 5, 2014|

August 2014

Start Planning for Next Season Watch Base Camp's own Steve Meng in his instructional video on fence installation, the first step to protecting a food plot. Leasing Your Dream Hunting Spot: Year 1 You finally did it. You took the plunge. You anted up with your hunting partners and you ...

By |August 5, 2014|

Get Your Non-Hunting Friends Interested In Hunting

Naturally, you want to share your love for hunting with your friends. But what if they're inexperienced around guns, uninterested in sitting in the woods all day or hostile to the idea? Don't give up. Try these six steps as you introduce your friends to hunting this year. 1. Teach ...

By |July 22, 2014|

11 Ways to Completely Revamp Your Hunting Leases

You have a hunting lease and maybe you’ve even hunted on it for years. But, if you are feeling like the deer population is low and hunting season isn’t as plentiful as you would like, there are plenty of ways to completely revamp your leases. 1. Taking Your Ideas to the Landowner ...

By |July 9, 2014|

Some Do’s and Dont’s for a Successful Deer Hunt

Well, it will be time for deer hunting season soon. Often, many new and returning sportsmen target the trade’s lucrative sides when discussing deer hunting. The environment, the rush and personal preferences are always great conversation topics. The sport is beautiful, and the areas surrounding it—even more-so. As the season opens, it’s ...

By |July 1, 2014|

Mid-Day Magic

It was a familiar rock sat on, I had been here before. I know the farm like the back of my hand. The spot is near a travel corridor through one corner of the property and several deer have fallen to both bow and gun through the years. So, what’s ...

By |June 25, 2014|

Great Ways to Spend Leftover Hunting Lease Budgets

You’ve finally found the lease that suits what you were looking for and closed the deal for less than you expected to spend. Now you are left with money you had planned to drop into locking down a property. So now what do you do with this extra money you ...

By |June 25, 2014|

Do I Even Need A Mineral Lick?

Many have done it simply because they want to bring deer to a particular spot. "There is a hole. That proves they use it." Maybe they're hooked on it and can't stay away.  Maybe this, hopefully that, but let's get to the bottom of it.Minerals are a necessity for the ...

By |June 5, 2014|

Making A Good Lease An Even Better One

All of us at one point or another drool and dream of the opportunity to harvest or encounter trophy whitetails year after year. In order to attempt this, we must develop an action plan to carry out in an attempt to put all odds possible in our favor. Leasing hunting ...

By |June 2, 2014|

How to Outsmart Your Peers on Deer Hunting

A wise coach once told me to win, you have to beat three people: the opponent, the referee, and yourself.  Hunting deer is similar.  You need to know your hunting area, but you also need to know the surrounding area and how others hunt it.  I believe there are a ...

By |May 19, 2014|

Do Minerals Promote Antler Growth?

It’s May and bucks are starting to push antlers. It has long been debated if mineral supplements help grow bigger racks. This old plow boy applies common wisdom to the situation. Protein grows muscle (and antlers they say) and muscle is protein. Antlers are primarily calcium, so just maybe a ...

By |May 15, 2014|

So You Bought A Hunting Lease – Now What?

Whether this is your first hunting lease or one of many, you have more than likely already started the countdown to opening day of whatever season you hunt.  For most, that day cannot come soon enough.  Hopefully you have enough time between now and then to truly try and optimize ...

By |May 12, 2014|

Scent Control for Hunting – Part 4

This is part four and the final part of our scent control series. Breath Control Bad breath can ruin your hunt just as fast as anything else.  All of the other things that you do to control your odor while sitting in your stand does no good, if you have ...

By |May 4, 2014|

The Ultimate Checklist for Buying a Hunting Lease

When it comes to hunting, one has many options.  You can purchase a property, purchase a hunt through an outfitter or lease a property.  If you have taken the time to open this article, most likely you are considering the third option which is leasing a property to hunt.  Each ...

By |May 3, 2014|

Scent Control for Hunting – Part 3

This is the third installation of the four part series about scent control. Sprays Scent eliminating sprays have been very controversial.  Some people believe they have no real purpose and are nothing but baking soda and water.  Whether this is true or not, you should still use them.  There are ...

By |May 3, 2014|

Scent Control for Hunting – Part 2

This is the second part of a four part series on scent control.  The first part covered the importance of scent control and scent control clothing.  This time we will cover the use of laundry soap and footwear. Laundry Soap Having good hunting and scent control clothing does no good ...

By |May 2, 2014|

Scent Control for Hunting – Part 1

Scent, sound, and sight are the whitetail's biggest defenses listed in the order of most importance.  A mature buck can keep track of danger by covering a very large area with just his nose alone.  Most hunters think that a deer only knows that a human is hunting them if ...

By |May 1, 2014|

Selecting the Right Hunting Partners

Your hunting partner, good or bad, will usually determine whether you will be a successful trophy hunter or not.  Many trophy hunters hunt alone due to the fact that it is hard to find a good hunting partner.  This allows them to do what they have to do without any ...

By |March 17, 2014|

Get In Shape To Hunt

Many people think that it is relaxing and easy to quietly sit in a treestand and wait for a poor, unsuspecting deer to walk by.  They are terribly wrong.  You need to be in shape to sit for many hours in a tree, especially if you sit from daylight to ...

By |March 17, 2014|

March 2014

Hi, just a reminder that you're receiving this email because you have expressed an interest in Base Camp Leasing and hunting related topics. Don't forget to add news@basecampleasing.com to your address book so we'll be sure to land in your inbox! Congratulations 2013 Photo Contest Winners! First Place: Dennis Johnson's "Ohio ...

By |March 5, 2014|

Improving Safety on Your Property

7 Easy Steps to protect yourself and your guests. Whether you bought your property to manage your own hunting paradise or you plan to enjoy your land with family, friends and co-workers year-round, the most important thing you can provide for them is a safe experience. Hosting guests on ...

By |May 10, 2022|

Why Landowners Choose Base Camp Leasing

Eric, tell me about your experience with Basecamp. How's it working out for you? Sure. It's been working out great. I've been working with them for the last three or four years and actually was referred to them by a neighbor, another landowner farmer that had worked ...

By |April 22, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 5

https://omny.fm/shows/agritalk/agritalk-4-21-22-outdoors-on-the-farm 00:00:02 Speaker 1: mm hmm, 00:00:03 Speaker 1: opinions expressed on Agri Talk do not necessarily reflect the views of farm dribble. Broadcasting affiliate stations or sponsors outdoors on the farm is brought to you by base camp leasing. Turn your hunt herbal farmland into a ...

By |April 21, 2022|

Supporting Delta Waterfowl

FISHERS, IN – Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Delta Waterfowl, a conservation organization that focuses on duck production, habitat conservation, science-based research and the HunteR3 initiative.  They work to produce ducks and secure the future of waterfowling.  Their focus on these key areas makes them a great ...

By |April 19, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 4

AgriTalk 00:00:03 Speaker 1: opinions expressed on Agritalk do not necessarily reflect the views of farm dribble, Broadcasting affiliate stations or sponsors outdoors on the farm is brought to you by base camp leasing, turn your hunt herbal farmland into a growing income stream through our hunting ...

By |March 28, 2022|

HuntStand Partners With Hunting Land Specialist Base Camp

HuntStand Partners With Hunting Land Specialist Base Camp Fresh off the recent unveiling of its newly renovated website, HuntStand is proud to announce an expansion of its industry partners that now include hunting property specialist Base Camp Leasing, as well as its fast-growing sister division, Base Camp Country ...

By |March 15, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 3

00:00:01 Speaker 1: opinions expressed on Agritalk do not necessarily reflect the views of farm journal broadcasting affiliate stations or sponsors Agritalk is brought to you by pivot bio proven, 40 predictable, productive weatherproof turn to better nitrogen turn to pivot bio proven 40 learn more at pivot ...

By |March 14, 2022|

AgriTalk – Industry Spotlight

Joining us now, JT Kreger, CEO of Base Camp Leasing, the sponsor of Outdoors on the farm of Agritak JT. Ok, let's get real basic here. What is Base Camp Leasing up? Leasing is the largest hunting rights leasing broker in the United States. We cover the ...

By |March 4, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 2

Agri Talk is sponsored by Anteriscoplete. Take a tactical first strike against weeds and protect your soybeans early with long-lasting residual control from Anteriscomplete. Opinions expressed on AgriTalk do not necessarily reflect the views of farm-driven broadcasting, affiliate stations or sponsors. Outdoors on the Farm is brought to ...

By |March 4, 2022|

AgriTalk – Outdoors On The Farm – Episode 1

We don't make the news, we render it AgriTalk. Agritalk, indeed. Everyone, thank you so much for tuning in. Davis Michaelson is here with Chip Glory beloved hosts. Jeff, how's it going today? How's it going today? We got outdoors on the farm back. It was so cool ...

By |March 4, 2022|

Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry

FISHERS, IN - Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, an organization that focuses on providing food for those who are in need of food to feed their families.  Working with local farmers and hunters for harvest donations, FHFH is able to transform a ...

By |February 17, 2022|

Supporting Catch A Dream

FISHERS, IN -Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Catch-A-Dream Foundation, an organization that focuses on granting outdoor adventures to children from across the United States. The support that BCL provides will help enhance the outdoor adventures for children 18 years old or younger who have a life-threatening illness. “We ...

By |February 2, 2022|

Base Camp Leasing Supporting Farm Rescue

FISHERS, IN - Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Farm Rescue, an organization that provides assistance to farm and ranch families in Mid Western States and has assisted over 800 families in crisis since 2006. The support that BCL provides will help farming communities and families in need in ...

By |January 11, 2022|

What You Can Do To Deter Trespassers

We would like to address one of the licensees/hunter’s biggest concerns on a hunting lease: trespassing. Whether a trespasser is hunting the property without consent or utilizing the property for recreational purposes, trespassing affects the quality of the hunt and the quality of the lease. As a landowner, there are ...

By |September 3, 2019|

Leasing Farmland | How to Earn More Money

How Much Income From Leasing Farmland? Being a landowner can be an awesome privilege or a tough burden at times. But if you’re one of the many people in our country who inherited the family farm years ago and is looking at retirement or a change of pace, it can ...

By |March 26, 2019|

How to Make Higher Profits Cutting Hay

Tips for Extra Income When Cutting Hay There’s something special about the smell of a freshly cut hayfield in the heat of the summer. But whether you have a cattle farm (Leasing Cattle Land | What You Need To Know) and need to support them over the winter, or just ...

By |March 20, 2019|

Leasing Cattle Land | What You Need to Know

How to Earn Extra Income Leasing Cattle Land Whether you run a full-blown cattle operation or simply inherited a few cows and the back forty from your parents, one thing is very important to keep in mind: if your cows and land aren’t making you money, you probably won’t continue ...

By |March 20, 2019|

How To Sell Your Timber

What You Should Know About Selling Timber You’ve been eyeing that chunk of woods on your property for a while now, thinking it might be time to cut it. Maybe it’s always been there throughout your lifetime and you’ve heard a lot about the benefits of cutting trees. But you’re ...

By |February 26, 2019|

Best Way to Control Coyotes on Farms and Ranches

Methods to Control Coyotes on Farms Whether you own livestock on a farm or just like to hunt deer on your property, there are a few sounds you really don’t like to hear as evening approaches: coyote barks, yips, and howls. Hearing a lone coyote is troubling enough, but when ...

By |February 15, 2019|

Coyote Effects on Livestock | A Balancing Act

How to Tackle Coyote Effects on Livestock As a farmland owner or ranch manager, it’s likely you’ve got a few animals running around on your property. Cattle, sheep, and goats can all have important roles on a farm and can mean a lot to your financial well-being too. So when ...

By |February 11, 2019|

Earning Money from Forests Without Cutting Timber

Is There a Way of Earning Money from Forests Without Logging It? You hear it a lot if you are a forestland owner. “Cut the trees! It’s good for habitat and you can make a lot of money!” Both of those claims might be true and there are definitely a lot of people ...

By |January 15, 2019|

How to Make Money on Your Land

Several Ways to Make Money on Your Land No matter what kind of land you own or type of landowner you are, one thing’s for sure: if your land isn’t making money for you, it’s a lot harder to justify owning it. And you’re probably missing out on a nice passive income that ...

By |January 15, 2019|

Inherited Property | Deciding to Sell, Keep, or Lease?

What to Do If You Inherited Property Inheriting land is one of those things that most people dream about. You hear stories of someone suddenly becoming the sole owner of a large estate somewhere – it sounds like such a blessing and opportunity and it is hard not to get a little envious. ...

By |January 3, 2019|

How Farm Loans Could Help You Get Started Farming

Why Farm Loans Might Be a Good Move for You You’re probably familiar with the “out of sight, out of mind” phrase, right? Sadly, it’s very easy for many people in our increasingly urbanized world to forget that farming is still how we get our food and a great many other products and associated ...

By |December 20, 2018|

Why the Farmable Wetlands Program Could Work for You

Have You Considered the Farmable Wetlands Program? Almost every farmer looks for ways to maximize the amount of land they have planted in row crops or hayfields, mostly because that means higher profits. But most of them also have some kind of marginal land that is a little too wet to plow ...

By |December 12, 2018|

Canada Goose Crop Damage | One Money Making Solution

How to Offset Canada Goose Crop Damage There’s something special about owning land and looking out at your farm fields. They are your livelihood and you probably spend a great deal of time and money to prepare, plant, maintain, and harvest them. So when you look out over your fields and ...

By |December 10, 2018|

How to Handle Crop Damage by Excessive Rain and Floods

Solutions for Flooded Crop Fields Mother Nature has a habit of getting what she wants.  She may give you a few small victories, but inevitably, she will win the war.  This example of give and take can be explicitly seen in the world of row crops, and their relationship with wetlands and streams. It is often ...

By |December 10, 2018|

Leasing Cattle Ranches for Hunting | Cattle Ranch Income Sources

Hunting Leases on Cattle Ranches Agricultural producers understand the value of investment, of hard work, and of the return on both of those attributes. All across the agricultural lands of this great nation are working ranches producing safe, quality beef for consumers. These operations require huge investments in land resources, not only for the ...

By |November 19, 2018|

Ways to Earn Income on a Farm After Row Crop Harvest

You Want to Earn Income on a Farm, But How? Whether you are the proud owner of a large farming estate passed down through the generations or you just bought your first small farm, there’s probably one thing on your mind: what is the best way to make money farming? Knowing how to earn ...

By |October 25, 2018|

Making Money from Leasing Your Woodland | Timber Harvests

Why Leasing Your Woodland Is Important After a Timber Harvest Very few landowners try to make their property as profitable as possible. In most cases, family farms or lands are passed down through generations, and the same practices are used to earn money from it, including row crops, pastures for livestock, or the occasional firewood ...

By |October 22, 2018|

Ultimate Guide to Leasing Your Land for Hunting

Leasing Your Land for Hunting | What You Should Know You’re probably familiar with the old saying about how you should buy land now because they’re not making any more of it. As a landowner who’s not using all of their land, that phrase just seems kind of silly. Whether you ...

By |October 19, 2018|

Earn Passive Income From Your Farm and Pastures

How to Start Leasing Farmland and Pastures for Hunting Farmers are some of the hardest-working people in the country. They work crazy hours (especially during the planting or harvesting seasons) to fit as much as they possibly can into the day and sometimes night too. Their hard work fuels the country. But you never ...

By |September 18, 2018|

Is Your Property Worth Leasing for Hunting?

Is Your Property Worthy of a Lease? You’ve heard that land can be one of the best investments out there, haven’t you? If managed well, most properties can very easily pay for themselves and even provide a healthy side income. And if you are reading this post, it’s a good ...

By |July 24, 2018|

Selling More Attractive Hunting Leases to Hunters

Landowner Hunting Lease Checklist | How to Increase the Appeal of Hunting Leases When you are selling a home, taking some time to spruce up your property before putting it on the market can help increase the “curb appeal” significantly, which usually equals a higher return. It is the same ...

By |July 19, 2018|

Understanding Your Landowner Liability Hunting Lease Insurance

Landowner Liability Hunting Lease Insurance The simple fact is that hunting leases increase revenue from other land income sources like row crops and timber cuts, while also generating its own source of income. Besides income, hunting leases also reduce property damage and trespassing by keeping reliable hunters involved in watching and protecting the property and ...

By |June 19, 2018|

Leasing Your Property | Unrealized Income from Hunting Leases

Whether you make your entire source of income from your property or have inherited the property, ensure that you are generating revenue from your asset whenever possible. The key to successful land revenue is to create multiple streams without interfering with one another. Essentially, the goal is to create parallel ...

By |June 8, 2018|

Why Landowners Choose Base Camp Leasing

Eric, tell me about your experience with Basecamp. How's it working out for you? Sure. It's been working out great. I've been working with them for the last three or four years and actually was referred to them by a neighbor, another landowner farmer that had worked ...

By |April 22, 2022|

Bobby

Let me understand hunting leasing better and took care of advertising and paperwork with what seemed to be my interest. - Bobby (OH)

By |July 17, 2018|

David

You take care of everything; all I have to do is cash a check! - David (KS)

By |July 17, 2018|

Jeff

Most of the licensees (hunters) have taken good care of the property and kept trespassers out, I am very happy with Base Camp. - Jeff (IN)

By |July 17, 2018|

Douglas

In my dealings you have been: well organized, responsive to inquiries, A+ Newsletter, Christmas "thank – you", stamp return envelopes – Douglas (NY)

By |July 17, 2018|

Robert

Very satisfied and would recommend the program to landowners and hunters alike. Our licensees are above friendly – Robert (PA)

By |July 17, 2018|

Ed

I have been completely satisfied with Base Camp and with its president Steve Meng, who came out in person to look at the properties. As for any suggestions on how you could improve – just keep doing what you are doing. - Ed (MI)

By |July 17, 2018|

Landowner

"Our farm leased within hours of being placed on the public website. We could not be happier with the entire experience."

By |July 17, 2018|

Paul

"I am a happy Base Camp Leasing landowner for three years running now. Base Camp has made it easy with a turn-key system, includes liability coverage, even showing the place to prospective clients for me."

By |July 17, 2018|

Dan

“The hunters on my land have been very respectful and I am happy to have them coming in again this fall. I would recommend this process to those interested in having hunters on their land, and as a source of extra income from your property.”

By |July 17, 2018|
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