This hunting lease is pending and not available.
Friends, I've hunted and been all over Wayne County through the years and have seen a lot of ground, but I can honestly say this is one sweet property right here. It was privately leased until now but by the same group for about 12 years. The inspection was completed by foot travel only without any issues getting around. I did not see steep ground, but areas with steeper ground may be on the property. I found both turkey and deer signs while here. The trails are defined, as you will see. There is a camp area with a nice canopy to use, a well and electricity. There have been RV's here. On this beautiful 448-acre mature forested property, you find great access with property on both sides of the road and a network of trails getting you around your new lease. This year, there are acorns on the ground, and several persimmon trees had fruit beneath them. Your lease is in three pieces separated by roads. One section has a tower stand overlooking a former food plot next to Beech Creek that flows through the lease. Maintaining food plots and mowing your access trails is allowed; please consult the landowner out of respect.
**Wayne County is NOT hot for CWD; you are in Unit L as per the new regs**
**Electric for water and lights is available at your cost through TVEC in Waynesboro.**
**McCormicks Deer Processing in Parsons, TN, will process your deer.**
**Several deer over 150" have been taken in this county through the years. A 178" brute holds the top spot.**
**ATV/UTV used responsibly is OK for hunting purposes only.**
**Please loosen treestand straps annually or remove them to prevent tree damage, no exception.**
**Deer stands may be on the property; use at your own risk**
**Food plots OK; consult landowner after leasing**
**Please haul waste out by container or RV tanks; no dumping.**
The following lease amendments will apply:
Do not alter or deface any historical landmarks or buildings on the property.
Consult the Licensor/Landowner regarding adding or creating any new ATV trails.
Always consult the Licensor/Landowner when desiring to create new food plots.
Provide the Licensor/Landowner with a key or combo when adding a lock to gated entrances.
Please loosen treestand straps annually or remove them to prevent tree damage, no exception.