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fishlikemike

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fishlikemike

I'm in the process of leasing land from potlatch I was wondering if anyone can tell me if it is worth the money, I'm really nervous about the land quality any info would be greatly appreciated thanks

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BDR

Our group is in for 3 80 acre leases. and have hunted them for many years. I think you should check them out before applying for any, there not that cheap. The potlatch land around our area is excellent for deer, bear, grouse, rabbit, coyote. In this area forested land is selling for $1000 per acre, leasing is way better option for those who just want it for recreation.

Brian

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BDR

The maps are pretty accurate, the air photo's can be a help for locating landmarks,however the air photos are old and in some of the photos it shows standing timber but it was clear cut 4-5 years ago.

Good luck Brian

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fishlikemike

thanks for the help I was also wondering how hard it is to locate the piece of land I'm looking at 230 acres by atkin I was going to Mille Lacs to put out my permanant on Monday and was going to try to find it will I be able to find it off the potlatch maps

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Mayfly

First of all, I would suggest looking at the land before leasing it. We leased from potlatch this past year for the first time. We ended up with a gold mine! Great neighbors and deer everywhere! It turned out to be a great success. Before we decided on this peice of land we had looked at a lot. They have a lot of crap land availible so I would take a look before hand.

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