In The News
Great Deer Hunting
By Scott Bestul, Field & Stream
Why are more and more whitetail fanatics renting real estate?
Because, chosen carefully and managed properly, a deer lease
can provide the finest hunting of your life, at a cost that won't put you in the hock.
Here's how to get your own ground before next season...
Base Camp Leasing Expands Into 24 States
Country Folks, July 18, 2011
Time was when you could park your
car by the side of the road, amble up to
the farmer's house to get permission,
and be granted the right to hunt
wildlife in his woods. That quaint scenario
is not so common today.
Here's how Base Camp Leasing benefits hunters, landowners, and local communities...
The Unexpected Buck
By Robert R. Rogers,
The 2008 Ohio archery season started out warm and the deer were not
moving as much as we had hoped. Just walking to our stands made the
sweat roll down our faces and backs. This was not the weather we had
expected for central Ohio in late October.
Two friends and I had taken a chance and leased a property in Ohio...
My Office: Business founder always is on the hunt
By Chris Sims,
IndyStar.com, Sep 10, 2011
Steve Meng, the founder and president of Base Camp Leasing, has a passion for hunting.
In August 1999, Meng had an idea to use his connections with farmers to lease land to hunters.
He's been his own boss and has had a place to hunt ever since. In two years, he expanded to Ohio and Illinois. Now, Base Camp Leasing extends into 23 states.
Read more about Steve Meng's passions: hunting and his hunting lease business.
Top 10 Things to See at This Year's Farm Science Review
Melanie Wilt & Chuck Gamble,
OSU.edu, Sep 9, 2011
While more than 600 exhibits and dozens of seminars will appeal to a wide array of interests, Farm Science Review Manager Chuck Gamble recommends 10 exhibits and topic areas nobody should miss...
[Hint: Base Camp Leasing is one of them!]
Read Chuck's 10 "must see" exhibits, topic areas, and seminars at Farm Science Review 2011
Farm Science Review 2011 Website
Service Offers Stress-Free Leasing Of Hunting Land
Farm Show, Vol. 35, Issue 5, 2011
If you own land that has wildlife and you aren't using it, leasing it to a group of hunters could net you $7.50 to $22.50 per acre annually. And Base Camp Leasing will take care of the paperwork and liability insurance for you.
Read how Base Camp Leasing takes the hassles out of leasing your land to hunters...