ALL LEGAL GAME! EXCLUSIVE BARBOUR COUNTY HUNTING LEASE! The aerial photos are a few years old and the young loblolly pines have been growing for approximately 4 years since the timber harvest. Recent pictures show that this tract has plenty of cover for wildlife and I saw a lot of fresh deer sign while scouting. Please also note that there are 2 streams that provide water for wildlife and large areas of mixed, mature hardwoods. ***Estimated deer density is high with more than 45 per square mile!***
With the purchase of an annual bait privilege license, it is legal to hunt whitetail deer and wild hogs over bait on privately owned or leased land in Alabama. The additional amount for annual bait privilege license is $15.00 for Alabama residents and $51.00 for non-residents.
If game food plots are desired, Lessees are responsible for planting and maintaining them. And, if open interior roads are desired, Lessees are responsible for mowing them. Lessees are also responsible for furnishing stands, shooting houses, etc.
Maximum number of hunters allowed on this lease at any one time: Up to 4, (including guest hunter(s).
***Hunters are asked to use quality deer management to help ensure great hunting opportunities every year.***
Camping is allowed with the understanding that hunters are required to keep the camp site clean and neat. There are no utility hook ups on this lease, but utilities may be available from Barbour County Road Number 32 (Cotton Hill Road).
One Lessee (hunter who signs the original Hunting/Fishing Lease) needs to give written permission to guest hunter(s). ***Please note that this also includes any club member who does not sign the original lease document.***
No deer hunting with dogs. However, tracking dogs are allowed to help find wounded or dead deer.
No alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs.
ATV's are permitted for hunting related purposes only. No trail riding for safety reasons and to help prevent soil erosion on the interior roads.
Respect and care for this property is required. No littering. And, respect for neighbors and property boundaries (no trespassing) is required.
As of July, 2020, no major timber related activities are planned. But, sometimes mowing, site preparation, tree planting, control burning, application of herbicides and/or harvesting need to be completed. Lessor will usually conduct these activities before or after hunting season. But, there could be situations where timber related activities would need to be handled during hunting season. Lessor would give as much advance notice as possible to Lessee(s) in these situations.
Many options for food and lodging are available in nearby Eufaula.
Alabama hunting and fishing license information and much more is available at www.outdooralabama.com.
$1 million per occurrence ($2 million aggregate) hunting/fishing lease liability insurance is included in the lease amount.
Please contact Hunting Lease Network (HLN) representative Randall Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org or (334) 268-1488 for additional information.