Interested in joining a managed hunting lease? Here are steps to get the ball rolling.
To initiate the process, click Apply to Join and complete a short questionnaire. Nothing formal. Just key questions that tell us about your integrity, experience, and expectations. We jokingly say, “Prepare to be vetted like the boy who wants to date our daughter.” Said in jest and yet serious at the same time.
Our team reviews your application and follows up with a call. We may also request references who can vouch for your integrity and your ability to play nice in the sandbox. Did we mention our zero tolerance for drama? The squeaky wheel gets replaced. Assuming the two-way vetting process goes well and you/we believe there is a good fit, then an invitation is extended to meet at the property.
Assuming you pass our vetting process (and we pass yours), you are then considered a viable candidate. You may be offered a member slot immediately if a slot is vacant, or you may be placed on a waiting list for the next available opening.
Matching a member with the right property is a two-way process. You vet us while we vet you. The right candidate appreciates a deliberate effort. Each applicant has unique hunting experiences and expectations for a lease. Our goal is to find like-minded people of integrity whose experience and expectations match the management program for a given property. When we get that right, the rest tends to work smoothly.
Jerry deBin, President
Wildlife Cooperative, LLC
801 Callaway Rd.
Rayle, GA 30660