Hunting Leases: L A Timberlands (Choctaw County, AL, Conecuh County, AL)

Leases available for 2017-2018. Price per acre is not negotiable. Leases are on a first come, first served basis. Please scroll down for tract and location maps.

2017-2018 – $7.25 per Acre

Tracts are located west and southwest of Butler, Alabama and  north and southwest of Needham, Alabama.  The individual or club that leases these areas will have first right of refusal for the next annual lease term as long as all rules on the lease contract are followed.  New listings will be added as they become available.  Tracts are leased on a first come, first served basis.

The leases for this property run from July 1 through June 30 of each year.  Payment is due by July 1 of each year and late after July 15, unless otherwise specified on the invoice. Insurance is not included in the lease rate. It is billed separately at a cost of approximately 13 cents per acre.

There are no campgrounds, water or electrical on the property. The lessee has the right and privilege to hunt for all legal types and species of game birds and animals as per the written lease agreement.

LESSOR reserves the right to clear, reforest, or cultivate all or any portion of the said Leased Premises as it may, in the sole discretion, determine to be desirable and that LESSEE shall not be entitled to any refund or reduction of rent because of such activities.

Persons interested in looking at the property may do so at their convenience. 

For more information or to look at a tract, contact us by e-mailing Sandra Baker or calling 334-392-0025. Our office hours are 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

The location and tract maps are relatively large maps. You may wish to use the zoom feature on the map in order to get a closer look at the roads and other physical features of the property. Please make sure to allow “pop-ups” for this page.  Depending on download speeds it may take up to a minute to download each map. If you are using an iPhone, or other hand-held devices, please be aware that some of the imagery may not show up in the background when you download the aerial maps.  It is best to look at these on a tablet or something with a larger screen. The maps will have geodata embedded in the file and can be loaded on your iPhone using an app. Click here for a link to the IPhone app. If you have an android type smart phone, you may also click here for a link to the Android app.

Location Maps

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*Location map will not be updated as tracts are leased.  If no coordinating tract map is  shown, tract is leased and therefore no longer available.

 

Choctaw County Tracts:

Tract 49 –LEASED

LAT # 49

 

 

Disclaimer: A general location/ tract map is included with this notification, but without any representation or warranty by lessor or Larson & McGowin, Inc. as to the accuracy or completeness thereof. Any prospective lessee should satisfy itself as to the value and condition of the property. Neither the lessor nor Larson & McGowin, Inc. makes any warranties or guarantees concerning the quantity, quality, or kind of game on the property or the benefits the property may provide or as to the boundaries, acreage, access or easements or any other matter of record or not of record concerning the property. The lessor reserves the right to reject any and all offers or to accept any offer.

Access & Indemnity: During the lease process, lessor shall afford prospective lessees full access to the tract for their examination. Each prospective lessee, by availing itself of such access privileges, agrees to and shall indemnify and protect lessor and Larson & McGowin, Inc. and hold them harmless from and against any liability for personal injury or property damage or any other loss, cost, expense or claim caused or alleged to be caused by such prospective lessee or its invitees, representatives, employees or agents while on or about the property pursuant to this lease, and each prospective lessee’s obligation in this regard shall survive the closing. Each prospective lessee exercising its rights to examine the property does so at its own risk with regard to patent and latent conditions of the property.

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