Member needed for hunting lease, St. Augustine Fl

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  1. Afflicted

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    Not sure if this is the right place to put tjis but we're looking for another bow hunter to join a 5 member hunting club just west of St. Augustine, Fl in Green Cove Springs. The lease is 447 acres with lots of Osceola Turkeys and deer. We've only had it for a year but will be putting down some food plots this year and hopping to set it up even better. Camp site in place and supply's near by.

    Send me a PM if interested or just leave a post.

    Thanks Andrew

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    The RLU is 104026 on Rayonier's web-site.
     
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    thanks all.

    pm's sent.
     
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    Still have lease near green cove? I'm interested
     
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    Are you still looking for a member?
     
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    No. We got off that lease. They logged parts of it and made a mess and the neighbors poach in it to much and treat it like their own community play ground.
     

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