|Congratulations to you and your pals. Securing your own hunting lease is a big step, but one you will be glad you took. No other arrangement can bring you the safety and quality of hunting private land like a hunting lease.
I don’t want to repeat the same topics I wrote about in the last two articles of this series. If you want to review those, they can be found here:
1. Let’s Do It. Choosing the Right Hunting Lease. September 2015
2. Are You Ready for A Hunting Lease? July 2015
Instead, let’s really take a look at how you can make the very most of your new hunting lease. Of course, “when” you signed the lease will have an impact on what you can and/or should do on your lease. Let’s assume your lease was signed, insured and paid for in the early fall. This might limit your options with regard to food plots, but valuable clues are starting to show up that will help guide your strategies.
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