LandToHunt.com Launches, Connecting Land Owners and Hunters With Powerful Tools

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DALLAS — Reserving private hunting land used to mean committing to lease terms of months, a year, or longer. With the launch of LandToHunt.com, that has changed overnight. Those looking for land to hunt can now quickly get in touch with private land owners to make convenient, short-term arrangements, like using an Airbnb for hunting.

Land owners have far more control than with traditional hunting leases, too, listing their properties for free and being able to restrict hunting as they want; rate, review, and interview hunters; and approve or deny each applicant as merited. Now online and accessible to both hunters and land owners, LandToHunt.com is quickly transforming the world of private-land hunting.

“We’re happy to announce that LandToHunt.com is now fully functional and serving visitors,” representative Mark Hebert said, “Initial response from both hunters and land owners has been incredibly enthusiastic, and we are confident that LandToHunt.com is going to grow quickly. We invite anyone interested to stop by and see just how easy it is to list land or arrange to hunt on it.”

Hunting is one of the most popular outdoor activities of all in the United States, with an average of around 17 million people participating at least once in any given season. Most hunting nationwide occurs on public lands like national forests or other government holdings, but this is not always possible or desirable.

That is particularly true in some of the states where hunting is most popular. In Texas and Oklahoma, for example, less than five percent of all the extant land is publicly owned and accessible, greatly restricting the opportunities of this kind that are available to hunters. Whether because of these challenges or for other reasons entirely, hunters around the country have long sought to make special arrangements with the owners of appropriate plots of private land.

Just as with leasing property of any kind, though, these agreements have traditionally required quite a bit in the way of commitment from those who entered into them. That has left many hunters looking for better solutions, with property owners often doing the same.

LandToHunt.com was founded to directly address these needs. In a way analogous to popular “sharing economy” companies like Airbnb and Uber, the new service connects land owners and hunters, making it far easier to set up mutually rewarding arrangements.

Instead of needing to commit to long, expensive private land leases, hunters can join LandToHunt.com for free and immediately start searching for appropriate properties. A powerful, easy-to-use filtering system makes it easy to search by game type, pricing, location, available dates, and other traits, allowing for the quick, affordable reservation of short-term hunting rights.

Landowners are catered to just as well, enjoying far more power and flexibility than with traditional leasing arrangements. Owners can research the backgrounds and ratings of hunters who express interest in their property, in addition to setting the terms of each hunt as to allowed game type and any other requirements. An owner looking to solve hog problems, for example, can easily tailor a listing to that goal, instead of being forced to give over complete control of a property to a long-term lessee.

The brand new LandToHunt.com service is now online and serving all visitors. With the fully functional site already providing great value to users, the site’s operators have plenty of improvements planned for the near future, too.

About LandToHunt.com:
Giving land owners complete control over short-term hunting arrangements and making it easy and convenient for hunters to secure places to hunt, LandToHunt.com offers free registration and land listing, powerful search, filtering, and rating systems, and a range of educational resources.

Media Contact:
Mark Hebert
Dallas, TX 75202
Telephone: 630-270-8044
Email: mark@landtohunt.com
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Source: http://www.myfoxtallahassee.com/story/30603669/news