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Place to hunt in Baldwin county #3672986
05/18/22 12:48 PM
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Hello, I'm moving to Baldwin county Alabama here this summer and looking for some places to hunt in the upcoming season. I know about Lillian swamp and the Delta tract. I am looking for recommendations as to which one provides the best hunting experience with deer.
My other question is if there are any hunting clubs that allow a lease to hunt their land. I am used to PA hunting where you can procure hunting rights through a friendly Farmer to allow access without paying but upon research that is not the case in Alabama. Essentially I'm looking for land lease that may be close to Baldwin county with a group of people that would be interested in showing me the AL hunting ways. (we don't have snakes, spiders, and alligators like Y'all do)

Re: Place to hunt in Baldwin county [Re: jfunk55] #3673003
05/18/22 01:15 PM
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Welcome to the South.

I’m going to pm you my phone number. Would be glad to talk to you and give you the run down on how stuff works down this way.

My name is Jonathan.

Short answer, yes there are established leases in the area. Making sure you have realistic expectations will help curb disappointments and irritation. There are some good leases, then there are some bad leases, and there’s some in between.

The old adage “you get what you pay for” has never rung truer than when it comes to hunting leases. If you are going to join a quality lease in this area, the first requirement is you better know the right people and be related to them as kin or through business. The second requirement is get ready to fork out some $$$$ for less than spectacular deer rack potential.

The really good clubs don’t do a lot of advertising, and are typically invite only.

Re: Place to hunt in Baldwin county [Re: jfunk55] #3673475
05/19/22 07:13 AM
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Thank you.
I officially move middle of June and couldn't be more excited. I know the hunting will be so different. I'm used to going up in the mountains and seeing massive 8 points with permission to hunt from pretty much anyone. People in PA rarely have an issue with giving permission as long as you are respectful. I know i'll have to pay to join a group but it will take a bit before I fully feel comfortable actually paying to hunt.
Have you ever hunted any of the public land? it looks like the delta tract is mostly accessible by boat so that may not work for me unless I can kayak to it. I will definitely contact you when I get down there to learn a little more.

Re: Place to hunt in Baldwin county [Re: jfunk55] #3673501
05/19/22 07:47 AM
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Originally Posted by jfunk55
Thank you.
I officially move middle of June and couldn't be more excited. I know the hunting will be so different. I'm used to going up in the mountains and seeing massive 8 points with permission to hunt from pretty much anyone. People in PA rarely have an issue with giving permission as long as you are respectful. I know i'll have to pay to join a group but it will take a bit before I fully feel comfortable actually paying to hunt.
Have you ever hunted any of the public land? it looks like the delta tract is mostly accessible by boat so that may not work for me unless I can kayak to it. I will definitely contact you when I get down there to learn a little more.


PM me when you move down, I’d like to invite you to church. I can probably help you kill a deer as well.


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Re: Place to hunt in Baldwin county [Re: TurkeyJoe] #3673642
05/19/22 11:09 AM
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Thank you, we actually found an amazing church when we were down in February interviewing for my job. The principal at the school I am going to work for told us about CityHope which we really enjoyed. An help getting a feeling for the land would be greatly appreciated. I'm used to coming across Bears in the woods 2 times my size but for some reason I'm worried about the Aligators and snake's. I'm used to going out and finding a spot by myself in at 4am but without knowing the area this has me a little nervous.

Re: Place to hunt in Baldwin county [Re: jfunk55] #3674024
05/19/22 08:39 PM
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Which school?


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Re: Place to hunt in Baldwin county [Re: jfunk55] #3674644
05/21/22 07:54 AM
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Where are you moving to in Baldwin County? Location may determine which direction you want to look for hunting opportunities.


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