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Old 06-05-2010, 05:20 PM
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If you live in the Southeast Texas (Jasper, Newton) area, and if your looking to get on a lease - either post a reply to this thread, or send me a private message.

Cost - $1,000 for a full year
Off deer season - access to over 5,000 acres
During deer season - each person has their area to hunt on, which equals to about 100 acres
Location - about 15 miles north of Jasper, Texas, 75951 zip code, off county road 232.

You get full use of the lease during non-deer hunting season. That means you get to hog hunting, hiking, camping, dove hunting, squirrel hunting, on about 5,000 acres. The area is covered with pine trees, oak trees, hills and streams. Its beautiful country - at least to me anyway.

On a personal note, this is where I take my kids hunting, hiking and camping.








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Old 06-05-2010, 06:03 PM
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Any Axis deer?
Old 06-05-2010, 07:04 PM
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Any Axis deer?
Only native whitetail deer
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Hello Kev, I'm interested in this, but I had a few questions. I've never been on a lease before so I'm unsure how this works. Is there some sort of contract involved? How long are the contracts if so? Is there a limit to how many people will be allowed on here at any given time?

Who actually owns the land?
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Hello Kev, I'm interested in this, but I had a few questions. I've never been on a lease before so I'm unsure how this works. Is there some sort of contract involved? How long are the contracts if so? Is there a limit to how many people will be allowed on here at any given time?

Who actually owns the land?
The actual owner of that land is a timber company.

I dont think there is a contract. You pay to get to use the land.
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Kev, I live in the DFW area and am interested, but I want to find out more. Who can I contact?
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im interested, but can only do payments right now.im rebuilding my savings after surgery and vacation
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Hello Kev, I'm interested in this, but I had a few questions. I've never been on a lease before so I'm unsure how this works. Is there some sort of contract involved? How long are the contracts if so? Is there a limit to how many people will be allowed on here at any given time?

Who actually owns the land?
I know this area well. It's some primo turf for deer, hogs, and all that Kev has mentioned. I'm interested in this too.
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The actual owner of that land is a timber company.

I dont think there is a contract. You pay to get to use the land.
Temple Eastex? Georgia Pacific?
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How many people/families are on the lease?
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I'm interested. I live in Northeast TX. And I have family in Southeast Tx, would love a lease down there.
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Temple Eastex? Georgia Pacific?
Its owned by an investment company called Campbell - they bought the land from Temple a few years ago.


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Maybe around 30 - 40 people??? I'am not exactly sure. But its not too crowded.


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I'm interested. I live in Northeast TX. And I have family in Southeast Tx, would love a lease down there.
What would you like to know?
Old 06-08-2010, 05:24 PM
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When do I need the $? What kind of facilities (none is okay, just wondering)? Who is my contact? you know, pretty much everything. lol.
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kev i am interested in the deer lease can you give me all the info & how to get to lease. thanks John
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I know this area well. It's some primo turf for deer, hogs, and all that Kev has mentioned. I'm interested in this too.
Well then if you get in on this, we'll definitely have to hang out more often brother.
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If you live in the Southeast Texas (Jasper, Newton) area, and if your looking to get on a lease - either post a reply to this thread, or send me a private message.

Cost - $900 for a full year
Off deer season - access to over 5,000 acres
During deer season - each person has their area to hunt on, which equals to about 100 acres
Location - about 15 miles north of Jasper, Texas, 75951 zip code, off county road 232.

You get full use of the lease during non-deer hunting season. That means you get to hog hunting, hiking, camping, dove hunting, squirrel hunting, on about 5,000 acres. The area is covered with pine trees, oak trees, hills and streams. Its beautiful country - at least to me anyway.

On a personal note, this is where I take my kids hunting, hiking and camping.







Please tell me what you are offering on your lease. Or, if it is not you that is offering it, if you would please let me know who I need to contact regarding it.

I need the full cost (including kill fees, hook up fees, et.al.). I have children and am looking for a SAFE and clean environment to take them.

We’d be interested in deer, turkey, hog, dove, & other small game; in that order.

Thank you
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ill chime in to say that 900 bucks for 5000 acre family lease is a FANTASTIC deal.

there is places that charge as much as 5 grand for ONE gun.

no , i dont need one, im gonna be hunting the mexican border this year and down by devers and moss hill but if i did id JUMP all over this!!!
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Is this a family lease? I want a place that I can take my boys hunting.
I have a 13 and 14 year old and only need one stand.
Can a camp site be built?
Are there assigned areas for each hunter?
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hey kev, if yall have any openings coming up this year please let me know im intrested.

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I live in the Beaumont area and would be very interested if spots remain. Please let me know if this lease is still accepting new members. Thanks.
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