Hunt Ranch Setup Steps

More and more people are looking for their own recreational acreage to hunt. Public land is more crowded and less available and outfitters or leases can be very expensive.

It means the most to call a place your own and maybe start a legacy for your family to enjoy. Whether you are retired or work in the city and just want to get away, there is something great about getting outdoors. Measured by day of work or years, it is rewarding to make progress and achieving results for your labor.

Follow along with the NEXT PAGE button below as I purchase 160 acres and slowly mold it into a property the wildlife and my family can enjoy more. :)

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Rob Lay
Rob Lay is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at, Founder of, and Owner at Lay Properties, LLC. Rob has a B.S. from Babson College and M.B.A. from University of Dallas along with executive training from SMU. Rob has enjoyed various activities from competitive swimming in college, running several marathons, competed at triathlon nationals, competed at national club car racing, 1,000+ hour private instrument pilot, competed as a co-angler national FLW bass tour, and big game hunting around North America. Rob wants to share his experiences and learn from other middle-aged men in the ManLife Community. You can also find Rob on Instagram and LinkedIn.


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