New Minnesota-Based Company Changes the Traditional Landowner-Hunter Relationship

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The newly launched “hlrbo.com” gives landowners a new, no-cost way to connect with hunters to lease their hunt-able property while giving hunters an easy-to-use site to search by geographic location and hunting type. It’s a hunting win-win!

The newly launched “hlrbo.com” gives landowners a new, no-cost way to connect with hunters to lease their hunt-able property while giving hunters an easy-to-use site to search by geographic location and hunting type. It’s a hunting win-win!

For Landowners:
Traditional hunting leases are outdated for both landowners and hunters. Hunting Land Rentals by Owner (HLRBO) changes all that with a new way landowners can list their properties. Landowners no longer need to give up their favorite hunting season in a traditional all or none hunting lease. Landowners make their availability schedule and pricing for hunting types, seasons, weeks or days when they sign up. For example with HLRBO they have the ability to list their land for duck hunting only while keeping their deer hunting season to themselves. Similarly, if you have already leased out hunting land and would like to sublet by hunting type you can do that here as well. Landowners will find lease/contract templates and leasing advice all at no-cost.

For Hunters:
A new adventure awaits hunters who are able to browse the listings and search by hunting type or geographical area. Hunters can then contact the landowner through the site by email or by phone whichever is the landowner's preference. Company spokesman Greg Schubert added: “The best part of HLRBO is that hunters can get their friends together and for a week or weekend hunt on private land without having to sign and pay for a years lease. Then your same group could find another listing for another type of hunting for the next week or weekend in a different area.”

To learn more about Hunting Land Rentals by Owner (HLRBO), visit http://www.hlrbo.com, email info(at)hlrbo or contact Greg Schubert at 651-333-4365.

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