On private land.
Self guided hunts only.
For the average hunter - no pro hunters, article writers, video crews.
In zone 4 and zone 5.
For the hunter's quality enjoyment of the hunt tag-on or not.
A lot of flexibility in time and location.
All of the Association's Iowa deer hunting lease land is located in Zones 4 and 5.
It is not the zone number that attracts us. It is that the Grand River Watershed rises north into Zones 4 and 5. This topography makes for good grain farming. Or, through the season food sources. That food is combined with wooded drainage's and wood patches cutting through the crop fields. This Association does not acquire any lease land in the hill or forested regions.
Interstate highway 35, the boundary between the zones is the fastest north-south access. State Highway 2 is the fastest east-west access. Larger towns include Bedford, Red Oak, Decatur City, Corydon.
The county names and private land acreage within that county for hunter use through Mid-America.
Land within any one location is typically close enough for easy tractor driving distance form one to another. This makes hunter vehicle access easy to more than one spot.
Hunters typically join the Association as individuals. After the first season it is common for that first hunter to sponsor into the Association a buddy. For those that hunt with others they may hunt the same spot or different spots each day. Proximity of the land will allow either. Hunter ego often has buddies on different leases.