Forestry Consultants, Inc.
Hunting Leases Available

If you are interested  in a lease, please feel free to visit the property and look it over. 

All properties are leased on a 1st pay, 1st get basis. If you decide that you want to lease a property, call us at 334-745-7530 to make arrangements for immediate payment. Please leave a message with tract # and your contact information; we will process requests in the order received.
All hunters must have turned in their signed lease agreement, full payment, AND proof of insurance before ANY hunting begins. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Most properties are contracted with an annual lease that is automatically renewed by on-time payment every year for a total of five years before re-negotiation.  Hunter must pay for annual insurance. Camping is SOMETIMES allowed, but additional fees are typically charged; Please ASK.

#1: 98 Acres in Chambers County, AL  TAKEN 7/2014               Very rural area near Chambers/Randolph County line: Young Pines planted in 2010 on 45 roadfront acres; 25 acres of mature pine on rolling hills with lots of places to set up; Beautiful 18 acre hardwood flat borders Caty Creek; Openings for Food plots; interior road established. Can be gated. Boundaries painted orange. Expect Turkey and Deer!    
#2: 157 Acres+CABIN in Chambers County TAKEN 7/2014       Privacy behind locked gate at dead end of County Road. Farmhouse with carport makes great hunting cabin. Creek with hardwood, older pines, small field, openings for food plots. Tornado hit northern trees hard in 2011, but young pines have already been planted for the future. Red painted boundary lines; interior roads. 
 #3: 400 Acres in Bibb County, AL TAKEN  7/2014             
Near West Blocton in northern Bibb County. Deeded easements, locked gates, big creeks, openings for food plots. Painted boundaries & interior roads & trails. Take a hard look at this opportunity!





95% of our leases were retained by their current hunting club, so we have few tracts to offer this year.  Sometimes we add new tracts later in the summer or just prior to the hunting season, so please continue to check back for updates.