I don’t know any hunter or Kentucky hunting outfitter that would not be interested in Kentucky deer hunting leases (not ohio deer hunting leases:). The reality is so much of the property in the state is useless unless it’s for hunting or recreational purposes. So with land costing 100’s of thousands of dollars that can only be used for hunting, and they are only wanting $3,000 to lease it to hunt, I’d say that’s a pretty good bargain! A mortgage payment on any piece of hunting land is going to be a minimum of $25,000 per year up to $50,000 per year; let’s keep it within reason. Million dollar properties are just 500 acres or more. A mortgage on a million bucks is $75,000 per year…and that is a 30 year mortgage. So with that information, let’s just say the bare minimum is $25,000 to own the land. And you want to lease it for $3,000 to use it for the only thing the land is good for? Now the property owner has taxes, upkeep, liability insurance (which is a killer), etc. Trees falling down in the trails, then you have kids and grandkids who want to use the property to ride 4-wheelers on or go hunting on. I think you’re starting to see how leasing land in KY is becoming harder and harder.