Polk County Lease

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Looking for 1 possibly 2 members (maybe buddies?) max for my Weyerhaeuser lease in Polk county (off Potash Rd), just on the other side of Cedartown towards Alabama. Had this lease since 2006. It's 132 acres total, clear cut back 5 years ago. It has been just me for the last 3 years. I don't have a cost yet because I'm willing to split the cost between me and 1-2 others. I paid $1450.00 for the lease.

Need help clearing lanes, setting up some ladder stands, general maintenance, and additional cost/work on the road will apply. Awesome property with lots of deer. Turkey is plentiful to the point of being irritating. Wild quail. Nice camp spot with spectacular view of the stars.

No drama.

Willing to train & help a novice.
 

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antharper

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Sounds like a great place , especially for a beginner with your generous offer , do u turkey hunt ?
 

Big7

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Looking for 1 possibly 2 members (maybe buddies?) max for my Weyerhaeuser lease in Polk county (off Potash Rd), just on the other side of Cedartown towards Alabama. Had this lease since 2006. It's 132 acres total, clear cut back 5 years ago. It has been just me for the last 3 years. I don't have a cost yet because I'm willing to split the cost between me and 1-2 others. I paid $1450.00 for the lease.

Need help clearing lanes, setting up some ladder stands, general maintenance, and additional cost/work on the road will apply. Awesome property with lots of deer. Turkey is plentiful to the point of being irritating. Wild quail. Nice camp spot with spectacular view of the stars.

No drama.

Willing to train & help a novice.
Do you have/or willing to/ build a deicated camp area? I want a place to put my 16ft hunting camper year round'. Post or PM me. I'm retired and possibly could stay several days at the time. That would help cut down on trespassers.
 
Looking for 1 possibly 2 members (maybe buddies?) max for my Weyerhaeuser lease in Polk county (off Potash Rd), just on the other side of Cedartown towards Alabama. Had this lease since 2006. It's 132 acres total, clear cut back 5 years ago. It has been just me for the last 3 years. I don't have a cost yet because I'm willing to split the cost between me and 1-2 others. I paid $1450.00 for the lease.

Need help clearing lanes, setting up some ladder stands, general maintenance, and additional cost/work on the road will apply. Awesome property with lots of deer. Turkey is plentiful to the point of being irritating. Wild quail. Nice camp spot with spectacular view of the stars.

No drama.

Willing to train & help a novice.
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Looking for 1 possibly 2 members (maybe buddies?) max for my Weyerhaeuser lease in Polk county (off Potash Rd), just on the other side of Cedartown towards Alabama. Had this lease since 2006. It's 132 acres total, clear cut back 5 years ago. It has been just me for the last 3 years. I don't have a cost yet because I'm willing to split the cost between me and 1-2 others. I paid $1450.00 for the lease.

Need help clearing lanes, setting up some ladder stands, general maintenance, and additional cost/work on the road will apply. Awesome property with lots of deer. Turkey is plentiful to the point of being irritating. Wild quail. Nice camp spot with spectacular view of the stars.

No drama.

Willing to train & help a novice.
 
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Yes the position is still available and I don't bow or turkey hunt.

Just to be upfront, the property is thick. It will need some road work to get to camp with a 2wd truck when it gets wet and bobcat work done for new trails etc. I didn't expect to have this lease several years ago and after the clear cut, it grew back, thick. The first year will be expensive to the tune of 1/2 the lease and maybe around and additional $750 in work. The good side is that's only for the first year, then maintenance on trails/roads after that, and the club next door is only 3 folks on 350 acres. I'm going back down this weekend and would be happy to show it but you'll need a 4 wheeler or something to check it out. Lots of deer there but it's going to require hard work to develop some spots to hunt. Remember: you get out of it what you put into it.
 
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