Hunting leaseauction 211 acres Knox county pic added Ends at 10:00 tonight

Discussion in '2011 Whitetail General' started by techteacher, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. techteacher

    techteacher Land buying addiction Lifetime Supporting Member

    Sep 11, 2009
    Troy,
    I have 211 acres I leased this year and ended up buying my own place. There are three other guys on it so it is 1 person only no one else. I tried selling it but no takers I want some one to hunt this so here's the deal. I will auction it off to someone to hunt it is for the entire season bow gun muzzleloader turkey rabbit what ever you want it is in south west Knox county closest town is Hurdland. What ever I get put of this I will split with mwt. I paid 500$ I just want someone to use it. I don't expect to get all my money back bit would like some. I have a place nearby I would let a camper on for minimal charge. Look in the classifieds it has an Ariel map.
     
  2. techteacher

    techteacher Land buying addiction Lifetime Supporting Member

    Sep 11, 2009
    Troy,
    Lets start it at 20$ that means I get ten mwt gets ten
     

  3. Skduckhunt

    Skduckhunt Senior Member

    Dec 29, 2002
    St. Charles, Mo
  4. techteacher

    techteacher Land buying addiction Lifetime Supporting Member

    Sep 11, 2009
    Troy,
    [file]147399[/file]

    boarders the salt river
     
  5. Wade

    Wade Senior Member

    154
    Oct 29, 2009
    Kansas City
  6. leasburg

    leasburg Well-Known Member

    Jul 27, 2007
    South County MO
  7. 150

    150 New Member

    353
    Aug 5, 2006
    Saint James MO
    Any proof of being a producer in the past?
     
  8. bowhuntKS

    bowhuntKS King of the White Ninjas

    Sep 11, 2006
    KS
    is this for this year or next?
     
  9. Wings Fan 19

    Wings Fan 19 Well-Known Member

    Dec 4, 2008
    Kansas City, MO.
    How much for the whole thing next year? :D:wave:
    Well, never hurts to ask. :shrug:
     
  10. techteacher

    techteacher Land buying addiction Lifetime Supporting Member

    Sep 11, 2009
    Troy,
    This year. I haven't hunted it before bit the area is good. It was 2000 for the year two of the guys have been omit for a few years and keep coming back so it must be good. Next year it will be in wrp that's one reason I got on it.
     
  11. Wade

    Wade Senior Member

    154
    Oct 29, 2009
    Kansas City
  12. techteacher

    techteacher Land buying addiction Lifetime Supporting Member

    Sep 11, 2009
    Troy,
    I will close it tonight at 10 or five hundred takes it now. If anyone wants it to be sooner let me know if you need to make plans. I would close it tonight if needed. The fields were in beans this year.
     
  13. stlwolf

    stlwolf New Member

    Nov 10, 2010
    Warren County
    I would think tonight would be best as I would think you would want to go tomorrow if possible and get setup. JMO
     
  14. techteacher

    techteacher Land buying addiction Lifetime Supporting Member

    Sep 11, 2009
    Troy,
    Ends at 10:00 tonight no u2u high bidder on here at ten wins.
     
  15. techteacher

    techteacher Land buying addiction Lifetime Supporting Member

    Sep 11, 2009
    Troy,
  16. quail1

    quail1 New Member

    [rquote=1890423&tid=131655&author=techteacher]This year. I haven't hunted it before bit the area is good. It was 2000 for the year two of the guys have been omit for a few years and keep coming back so it must be good. Next year it will be in wrp that's one reason I got on it. [/rquote]

    WRP or CRP?

    Either way will it include all of the area currently in crops?

    The timber area looks a bit small for 4 gun hunters.
     
  17. techteacher

    techteacher Land buying addiction Lifetime Supporting Member

    Sep 11, 2009
    Troy,
    Crp incrudels everything in red. Plenty of room for 4 people
     
  18. Pointerman

    Pointerman Member

    632
    Mar 3, 2008
    Philadelphia, MO
    got any idea of there's any quail population to speak of?
     
  19. quail1

    quail1 New Member

    [rquote=1892700&tid=131655&author=Pointerman]got any idea of there's any quail population to speak of?
    [/rquote]

    Pointerman..if it is going into new CRP next spring it should have good quail populations in years 2 thru 4 at a minimum. The early succession habitat provided by new CRP plantings in the past has resulted in very good quail populations initially but then tails off after 4 or 5 years when the fescue takes over.

    However if this is a new CRP contract recently enrolled under the general sign up it is in a "quail priority" area and the grasses are specifically designed for quail. So, unlike in the past, quail populations should thrive throughout the length of the contract which I believe is 15 years in prioroty areas.