Hunting for Hunting Rights?

February 10, 2012

By Blair Thomas

Planning to hunt wild turkey this spring? An online resource offers a quick and simple way to connect with landowners in your preferred hunting areas.

Base Camp Leasing provides an online central location for landowners and hunters to connect and contract the leasing for hunting rights. The website allows hunters to view land descriptions, annual leasing prices, topographical maps and photographs of the private land available to them. Base Camp serves as the broker, handling all of the marketing and contractual details for the landowner; it also retains a percentage of of the lease amount.

The company covers 24 states across the South and Midwest and has plans to continue expanding. To learn more about Base Camp Leasing and to view properties, visit www.basecampleasing.com.

One great event for hunting enthusiasts takes place in Pulaski on Saturday, April 7, 2012. Put on by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Federation, the Governor’s One-Shot Turkey Hunt coincides with Pulaski’s annual Gobbler’s Gala Festival on the Square.

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  1. Kevin cummins says:

    I visited the referenced website and there are no leases available in Tennessee. this is a bit misleading as this company has no leases or land for sale anywhere in Tennessee but does in other states!

    • Jessy Yancey says:

      Hi Kevin,

      Thanks for your comment. When we originally researched the story several months ago, the company did have leases in Tennessee, but it appears they have since expired. I apologize for the inconvenience. I recommend getting in touch with the TWRA to learn about places to hunt in your area. You can find out more at http://www.tn.gov/twra/wildlife.html.

      Thanks,
      Jessy Yancey, editor
      Tennessee Home & Farm