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Leases for next season

Postby teamoutlaw » Tue Jan 22, 2008 8:59 pm

we are looking to get fields and some blinds in the local western ky area and also in se missouri I have hunted both alot. so I was wondering who might be interested in getting in on somthing with me and some hunting buddies. if your not from around here all decoys will be furnished. if u want to throw some out thats cool too. but I have 3 guys 40's in age range who go wherever I go when it comes to leases. they have on average 6-7 snow goose decoys, 3 hundred canada's. and 5 hundred or so ducks and about 5-8 robos depends on place and setting of course.

most missouri fields are pits near a local refuge or off mississippi river, we have had some above ground blinds. all spots im looking at hold atelast ten comfortably. so let me know what u guys think.

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Postby Aaron H. » Tue Jan 22, 2008 9:27 pm

I'd be interested.
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Postby duckbuster06 » Tue Jan 22, 2008 11:26 pm

I might be interested. I'm from Hopkins County, about an hour east of Paducah. What kinda leases are you lookin at
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Postby teamoutlaw » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:01 pm

we are thinking of putting blinds on barkeley, and travis slough wma. and Lake wappapella in missouri. as far as lease's we are lookin at 70 acres of green timber behind flat lake. and keeping my eyes open for others since it is still early. I have talked to a guy who will lease me a 12 man pit 2 mi. from ten mile pond in flooded rice fields. has about 4 different ones if i get in early i get first dibs. but im not chompin down on nothing yet.
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Postby DUCK HUNTER123 » Thu Jan 24, 2008 4:01 am

hey TO

what kind of prices will you be looking at, how often will the local boys be hunting the blind, i would be interested, but will only be able to hunt it a couple times a year.
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Postby teamoutlaw » Thu Jan 24, 2008 4:45 pm

most of the members would probably be weekend warriors like we where this season. as far as xmas break goes we hunted a week straight through christmas because we had the week off from work. now steve which is a main person with alot of the decoys he occasionally hunts a day during the week but not often. he wont hunt alone and no one else ever goes lol. but it would probably be a weekend hott spot im sure. the price would vary depending on what spot I get. some are high because they are good and some are average prices because it's average hunting. Missouri lease's are easier to get fields and do it yourself I guess you could say. but around here in western ky it's harder to find good spots that arent swarmed by people already. but Hopefully the 70 acre lease turns out to be a spot of interest and would depend on how big of a blind me put out there in it depends on how many memebers. because i dont want 12 people and an 8 man blind. im not going to pay money for a blind and show up with no spot. been there done that and will never do it again. so it will be ran the right way and members will have say so. but it's still early but we are hoping to find places and look them over and maybe see if birds are on the areas since birds are still here instead of waiting till the summer.
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Postby KyFowl20 » Fri Jan 25, 2008 2:06 pm

Im very interested in a lease next year, so im up for anything and am willing to pay good money.
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Postby teamoutlaw » Mon Jan 28, 2008 6:54 pm

well I am headed to look at a spot near front slough of main ballard co refuge. 40 acres that borders their property. It should be a decent spot from just hearing the guy talk about it. in the 90's they would kill truck loads of geese there daily. but it isnt the 90's ne more lol. he is an old timer where I work and I finally cracked him after bugging the piss out of him about a leasing his land since he doesnt hunt ne more. I'll try and take some pics as soon as I can. I am heading to missouri this weekend to chase some snows and to also ask some farmers about leasing fields in the local area. I typically like missouri better, less pressure and more committing birds. KY usually doesnt do as good as we did, but we have done great this season and I hope that continues, but like everyone else we all want a spot where we dont have to fool around racing to spots or sky busters setting up on the swing of us.
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Postby KyFowl20 » Mon Jan 28, 2008 7:08 pm

The lease in missouri that i was telling you about is near Sikston. I dont know where that is, your the missouri cat.lol. I can get in touch with him sometime. when do these leases usually seal the deal? is it early like spring?
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Postby 13space82 » Fri Feb 01, 2008 6:32 pm

i'd be interested, and i have atleast 2 more than would be interested.
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Postby teamoutlaw » Mon Feb 04, 2008 9:52 pm

most would like to seal deal before october. but if u get a lease where u are doing work and planting u want to get it early. ya know what I mean.
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Postby 13space82 » Tue Feb 05, 2008 7:29 pm

where do you go look for leases? i dont even know where to start
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Postby mcodrake » Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:32 pm

southeast missouri,you can find reasonable leases.
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Postby KyFowl20 » Wed Feb 06, 2008 12:35 am

Just got done duckin for cover. :help:
Pretty bad around here no damage that i know of.. moved our boat around a bit. any damage in your part of the state blake?
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Postby 13space82 » Wed Feb 06, 2008 11:06 pm

mcodrake wrote:southeast missouri,you can find reasonable leases.



yeah, but where do i look? just pack up and go to missouri?
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Postby teamoutlaw » Fri Feb 08, 2008 4:42 pm

i think most damage was in nashville it sounds like. not any around me
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Postby KyFowl20 » Fri Feb 08, 2008 6:58 pm

Storm ripped the roof off the highschool gym in the county next to me. Also major damage to other structures in that county.
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Postby WAD*EM*UP » Sat Feb 09, 2008 9:13 am

13space82 wrote:
mcodrake wrote:southeast missouri,you can find reasonable leases.



yeah, but where do i look? just pack up and go to missouri?


These guys are in the 6-6500 range for a 6-8 man pit

Joe Hunter 573 748 2315

Kyle Dekriek 573-380-1030

You can also try these guys
http://www.moducks.com/
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Postby 13space82 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 6:34 pm

WAD*EM*UP wrote:
13space82 wrote:
mcodrake wrote:southeast missouri,you can find reasonable leases.



yeah, but where do i look? just pack up and go to missouri?


These guys are in the 6-6500 range for a 6-8 man pit

Joe Hunter 573 748 2315

Kyle Dekriek 573-380-1030

You can also try these guys
http://www.moducks.com/


thanks for the info!
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Postby Ramsey84 » Mon Feb 11, 2008 2:18 pm

Any one know where would be the best place to start on contacts for a lease in Ballard county?
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Postby trigger22 » Mon Feb 11, 2008 4:54 pm

in ballard county. the best advice on looking for a lease is to get out and drive around the area till you find something you like and stop and ask if you can hunt it or if they want to lease the area. to find out who owns the property you may need to go by the property tax office. they can help you out. also check with local realtors, sometimes they have places listed. the next 2 places to check would be local feed stores and the game wardens office/headquarters. good luck in your search
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Postby WAD*EM*UP » Mon Feb 11, 2008 6:53 pm

More than likely if you find an opening on a farm its because you will spend more time watching the hot farms bang the ducks across the tree line or what ever more than you will be :skeet:
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