Hunting Lease

How to Book a Deer Hunt in Kentucky


  • Call Me.  Don't send money to a "stranger" from the internet.  My wife and I are in education and can easily be tracked down.
  • Tell me the dates you want and simply tell me "you'll take it" or send me a text.  At that point your hunt cannot be taken by someone else.  I'd expect your min. 50% deposit to arrive within the week.
  • The mail would be sent to:  James Gwilliam or Kentucky Deer Hunting LLC, 953 Aristides Drive, Bowling Green, KY 42104.  The hunting property address is actually 1152 Poplar.  We have 4 family homes on this road.
  • Upon receipt of your check, I'd mail out maps of the property that would include trails, where the 12-14 food plots are, what's in each food plot, ladder stand locations (10+), elevated box blind location (4), auto-feeder locations (4), cabin location, etc.
  • You are more than welcome to visit the property during the summer if you've already booked.  Text me if I have any current photos of kentucky deer.
  • If you'd like to see the property prior to booking, it's no problem showing you around on the Ranger.  A tour would take about 30 minutes, but I don't let people walk around (for obvious scent contamination reasons).  The deer don't get spooked by machines as much. There will be no discussion of money.  I'm not a salesman.  Just text me when you get home and tell me a check is in the mail.
  • I cannot control the deer, but upon touring my place or seeing it, you will see the time and effort that goes into making the best possible food available for deer to make it their home-range.  Luck is in involved, but I maximize your odds the best anyone can do.  My "hobby" of food plotting compliments your hobby of hunting.
  • Someday before I retire I will sell this place to a hunter who wants to use this as his families long-term deer camp. 15 years or less I plan to retire. 
  • MY CELL IS:  270-766-7166
  • If you are the type who wants to hold Kentucky outfitters accountable after they promise you the world, make sure you create a lot of texting and emailing dialogue.  We are more than willing to put everything we say in writing, so do not try and go to court with "he said she said" claims.  Get it in writing!  That is what I would do.