Provided you act in good faith and follow all terms and conditions of the lease, the lessor will consider giving you the first opportunity to lease the subsequent year. However, such opportunity will be granted at the lessor’s sole discretion.
We cannot provide a specific date or time of harvest. Logging operations are influenced by many factors including weather, seasons, ground conditions, contractor schedules, and market conditions. Logging may occur at any time of the year, including during hunting season, and we may not be able to provide advance notice for such activities.
Creation of shooting lanes is not allowed.
In general, the property listed as available is already in the smallest allowable configuration.
Most property boundaries are not marked. However, the tree plantations roughly follow the boundaries.
You can post signs as long as they are not secured to trees.
Food plots are not allowed.
ATVs are allowed to travel to and from stands and to retrieve game. Recreational joy riding is not allowed.
Yes, however, stands may not be secured to trees in ways that pierce the bark. Specific details are outlined in the lease agreement.
We allow and encourage you to visit the property before pursuing a lease. You may visit the property at your convenience. You do not need permission or an appointment, however, we ask that you email Hunting@aspenplantation.com with your intentions. Due to the large number of properties we manage, we typically do not give personal tours.
Generally, you may have up to one hunter per 20 acres at any given time. The exact number will be specified in your lease.
$10 per acre with a $350 minimum fee.
The lease period begins when we receive a signed Lease Agreement and payment, and runs through December 31 of the current year.