| Timberland Management and Exclusive Hunting Leases in NY and PA
THE HUNTING LEASE
Are you looking for your own hunting ground where you know who else is out there? Cotton-Hanlon is a timber company that owns over 33,000 acres of woodland in NY and PA and we are looking for new lessees. We have many prime acres of hunting ground available for hunting lease in NY and PA. The majority of our land is in the Finger Lakes region but we own other woodlots scattered around NY and PA (see map).
You would be leasing the year-round exclusive hunting rights to a woodlot. After you have signed a lease these are a few of the rights you will have:
Cost depends on the number of acres in the lease. The cost schedule is on a sliding scale so the more you lease, the lower the cost per acre.
AVAILABLE WOODLOTS:Looking for a woodlot to lease and don't see your 'area' on the short list below? Don't worry well have more choices but your will have to wait a little while. Check back on March 3, 2014 at 7:30 AM to the see the new list. Can't say for sure what woodlots will come open but chance are pretty good that we'll have something in the following counties: Chemung, Cortland, Schuyler, Tioga and Tompkins (the other counties, we'll have to wait and see)
Updated 12/9/2013 8:34 AM (make sure to hit your refresh button to see the latest update)
If you are interested in potentially leasing one of these woodlots please email or call me back with a mailing address. The next step is we will narrow it down to one woodlot you would like to look at and then I will send you maps (county road map and detailed map of the woodlot) and give you two weeks to wander around and check it out to see if you like it. If you do then we’ll sign a lease. If the lot is listed as on hold someone else is looking at it. If it is on-hold I can put your name on a waiting list.
Leases run for three years with the option to renew at the end of that time.
In preparation for our discussion, know your spending limit, where you wish to hunt, and who will be in your group.
For more information please call Cotton-Hanlon, Inc. at
607-594-4600 and ask to speak with Bob O'Brien, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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