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Hunting Lease #3586670
01/17/22 08:34 PM
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Looking for a hunting lease within 1 1/2 hours of Birmingham. 2-3 hunters. Long shot, but thought I would give it a try. Thanks in advance.

Re: Hunting Lease [Re: Wildlife37] #3590498
01/21/22 03:37 PM
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Birmingham, AL
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I'm in the same boat, and have 2-3 myself. Please let me know of anything available.

Re: Hunting Lease [Re: Wildlife37] #3596312
01/27/22 10:38 AM
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I think Big Ridge in Greene County has an opening. Great place. Lots of deer and Turkey. 5,000 acres. 2 bass ponds and I think 15 members. I think dues are $8,000/year with a one time join fee of $2,500. PM me if interested. I think they have an interview process for vetting candidates in the spring.


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Re: Hunting Lease [Re: Big Bore] #3596348
01/27/22 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Big Bore
I think Big Ridge in Greene County has an opening. Great place. Lots of deer and Turkey. 5,000 acres. 2 bass ponds and I think 15 members. I think dues are $8,000/year with a one time join fee of $2,500. PM me if interested. I think they have an interview process for vetting candidates in the spring.

That's an expensive club lol


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Re: Hunting Lease [Re: Wildlife37] #3596495
01/27/22 02:42 PM
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I know a guy in that club and asked why he doesn’t just buy his own and said doesn’t want the hassle of working the land just show up and hunt. Leave’s me scratching my head but to each his own. He also had a tiny house built and delivered there that most would live in permanently lol. I figure maybe he can take clients or say it is and write stuff off like that but I don’t know how stuff like that works.

Re: Hunting Lease [Re: kkfish] #3596537
01/27/22 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by kkfish
I know a guy in that club and asked why he doesn’t just buy his own and said doesn’t want the hassle of working the land just show up and hunt. Leave’s me scratching my head but to each his own. He also had a tiny house built and delivered there that most would live in permanently lol. I figure maybe he can take clients or say it is and write stuff off like that but I don’t know how stuff like that works.


$8,000 in annual payments wont get you much in the way of acreage to hunt. $250K ( buys you between 75-250 acres depending on location and timber type/age) at 4.25% (probably cant get that rate for raw land now) for 30 years is a $1,230/month payment which is right at $15,000/yr. Then you dont have enough acreage to hold your deer, it's not big enough to manage, you've got neighbors to deal with, no lakes to fish, most likely have to pay a dozer to push roads and plots, you'll need to buy a tractor to maintain what you bought or pay someone to do it for you, and the list goes on and on. All depends on how you like to hunt. 5000 acres gives you a lot of options. 5,000 acres is a huge manageable block. I bet they kill some fine deer on it.

Re: Hunting Lease [Re: Wildlife37] #3596620
01/27/22 05:36 PM
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100 acres at best if you buy good land yourself. I would rather join in on 5,000 acres with like minded people. Gives you much more options when you average 300-400 acres/member. Also allows you to share the workload so that you have better fields accommodatations etc. Most have built or moved cabins down there but they also have a big lodge. Great place to spend the weekend.

Truth is hard to tell people, but, in my opinion, in Alabama, you either have family land or you have to spend a lot of money to have a good hunting experience. I hear people on here bitching and moaning about hunting on here all the time. In all honesty, probably 90% of them just don’t realize the kind of money you need to spend to have a good hunting situation. If you don’t have money, you can still enjoy hunting, however, it probably will not be the experience that others have.


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Re: Hunting Lease [Re: Big Bore] #3596630
01/27/22 05:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Big Bore
I think Big Ridge in Greene County has an opening. Great place. Lots of deer and Turkey. 5,000 acres. 2 bass ponds and I think 15 members. I think dues are $8,000/year with a one time join fee of $2,500. PM me if interested. I think they have an interview process for vetting candidates in the spring.


Pm sent

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01/28/22 10:58 AM
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Call Richard Hicks. 205 394 2988. 4000 acres on tombigbee river


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