Whitetail Properties recently formed a strategic alliance with Base Camp Leasing to provide more opportunities for turning dreams into realities. Please visit the Base Camp website to learn more about leasing properties across the country.
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At Whitetail Properties we understand that many of our clients who purchase hunting land also lease land in order to diversify their hunting options and/or locations. Steve Meng and his team of full-time leasing agents are the best in the business. Their knowledge of the outdoors and their understanding of the hunting lease business is unparalleled in the marketplace today. In 2010, Steve and John put Pete and I on a fantastic lease in Union County, Kentucky.
In two-and-a-half days of hunting, Pete and I harvested two great bucks. Pete struck first, the first evening on stand with his bow, taking a great 150-class buck. After hunting for two days during the early muzzleloader season, I took this 160” 10-point bruiser over a water hole. John showed us the property, helped us pick out stand locations and then helped create a strategy to hunt - which we had no history on before. Our results speak for themselves. Great property, great service and great advice; leading to the property selection, hunting strategy and our ultimate successes. Before we placed our stamp of approval on the Base Camp Leasing relationship, we wanted to experience for ourselves what Base Camp had to offer. And they certainly came through for Pete and I.
Our goal at Whitetail Properties was to partner with the premier provider of high-quality leases in order to extend to our clients the best hunting land lease options in the Midwest. And this is exactly why we chose Base Camp Leasing. If you’re looking to lease land for hunting, in my opinion, there is only one company to call; Base Camp Leasing.
Paul Sawyer, COO
Pike County, Illinois
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