Hunt Clubs

Hunting Leases (American Forest Foundation)
Given the demand for quality hunting experiences and the shrinking supply of available hunting land, many woodland owners are using hunting leases as a low-stress way to profit from their woods.

Would Hunting Leases Work for Your Property? (American Forest Foundation)
Not every property lends itself to a hunting lease, and not every landowner will want to take it on. These simple questions can help you decide if hunting leases are right for you

Hunt Club Insurance (N.C. Forestry Association)
Woodland owners can purchase Hunting Lease Liability Insurance from the N.C. Forestry Association.

Lease Agreements (American Forest Foundation)
Oral agreements all too often make for misunderstandings and headaches, so it’s a good idea to put your agreement on paper and have every party to the agreement sign it.

Landowner Liability (American Forest Foundation)
Many states have statutes in place to limit landowners’ liability when others enter or use their land. But the fact is you will incur some risk—and some liability—any time someone is on your property.

Land Ownership, Liability, and the Law in North Carolina (N.C. State University Cooperative Extension)
This article explains the major laws impacting landowners’ liability in North Carolina and the responsibilities landowners have for invited and uninvited users of their property.

Earning Additional Income Through Hunt Leases on Private Lands (University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service)
The demand for quality hunting areas has created a market that provides incentive for rural landowners to consider hunting as alternative income. Learn more.

Wildlife Leases and Liability Issues on Private Lands (University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture)
This article focuses on legal consid­erations for hunting leases

Supplemental Income from Wildlife on Your Land (Virginia Cooperative Extension)
Here are some thoughts on generating supplemental income from the wildlife on your land.