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Landowners should take some of these steps to limit liability risk in a recreational lease enterprise.
We've expanded the newsletter to add additional pages, we should have space to print letters or excerpts of letters from our readers.
We receive many questions from landowners regarding recreational leasing enterprises, including pricing recommendations. In 1999 we contracted to manage a lease-hunting enterprise to gain additional local experience with the subject.
If a hunter has permission to hunt a specific tract of land for free and the landowner decides to begin charging a fee, and that hunter decides to pay the fee to continue hunting there, his individual cost of hunting has been increased. However, such a chain of events is rare and affects a very small fraction of hunters any given year.
The free Web-based Hunting and Recreational Lease Registry was developed to address the cost of advertising for landowners (and outfitters), to fully describe the landowner's services and to direct those looking for a lease.
Tips for hunters looking for a recreational lease and landowners wishing to advertise their leases. Includes links to recreational lease websites.
The Noble Research Institute's experience with recreational leasing may help individual landowners in their quest to earn extra income through leasing their land to hunters.
When you evaluate each of your enterprises, do you look at how much gross income they bring in or do you look at the amount of money left over after you have paid your bills? I would strongly encourage you to use your net income or money left over at the end of year to begin analyzing the viability of each of your enterprises.
If you are thinking about the possibility of leasing, now is the time to begin planning for next year. Although recreational leasing is not for everyone, it can, under the right circumstances, generate extra income.
A recent addition to www.noble.org is a Hunting and Recreational Lease Registry, which is a web-based listing service that we hope you find beneficial.