Welcome, and thank you for joining DeerTexas.com! Here are a few tips to help you get started:
- You may review the latest lease ad additions by hovering over “Members” on the menu bar and clicking “Most Recent.” Once you’ve browsed the site and logged out you may come back to the website, daily if you wish, and hover over “Hunters” on the menu bar, then click “Preview Ads Free” to efficiently stay abreast of the most recent additions without having to login every time.
- Next, you may click “Search Listings” on the drop-down menu and input specifics about what you’re looking for.
- The “Geographical Search” provides you a map of the different regions of Texas. Simply select a region, then select a county in that region to see all the ads currently listed in that county.
- The “Search by County” option allows you to search through the alphabetical list of all 254 counties in Texas.
- Finally, use the “County Locator” map to find out the name and location of any particular county in Texas. Just hover over the county and the name will be displayed.
One more tip… You may see an ad that appears to be old. If it looks like a lease you might be interested in, call the landowner anyway. Sometimes new openings pop up on older places. If not, but it looks like something that would be a fit for you and your hunting party, ask the landowner to call you if he has something open up in the future.
Please know that all lease advertisers have the ability to edit or delete their own ads at any time. If you hear a complaint from an advertiser that their listing is old, please encourage them to remove it to avoid further unwanted calls and to prevent other hunters from wasting their time. Please let me know as well and I’ll remove it if they don’t.
I hope you find this information useful. I understand that finding a new lease can be a daunting task, but patience and diligence will generally pay off. Please let me know if you have difficulty with anything or if you ever have any questions. I’m always happy to assist you.
Thanks again, and good hunting!
– Scott Thrash