WELCOME TO OUR HUNTING FAMILY
WELCOME TO 3 POINT HUNTING LEASE A MLD LEVEL 3 GAME MANAGEMENT PROGRAM LOCATED IN PINELAND, TEXAS
Contact information-Bailey Anderson: 281-468-9258 or Laura Anderson 713-294-1027.
What are your benefits
to hunting on a MLDP Level 3 lease?
It offers maximum
harvest flexibility for landowners with respect to white-tailed
deer. We offer an extended hunting season for our members. We open
in October (regular deer season) and hunt until the last weekend in
January. You do not use your state license tags on our lease. We
supply the tags for you. We supply both doe and buck tags. You can
still use your tags with your license in other areas that you may
want to hunt (Another lease or the National Forest). Once permits
have been issued, archery stamp requirements do not apply. We are
game managed to increase our herdís health and size in an attempt to
provide the best hunting experiences possible .
The 3 Point Hunting Lease sits on 6,687 acres in San Augustine/Sabine Counties between the Angelina and Sabine National Forests. Just north of the Sam Rayburn, you can be at the lake in 15-20 minutes, and casting in 30 or if the thought of Cajun fun strikes you, you can reach Toledo Bend Reservoir in about 40 minutes. Our land consists of ravines, creeks, small tanks (ponds), thick hardwood, clear-cuts, and pine areas. We have main roads, off roads, logging roads, and ATV trail roads.
What do I get for my membership?
We are a year-round lease that runs from March 1st until March 1st. We are a family oriented lease and it is our goal to make it affordable for families to be able to hunt on an MLD level 3 lease at affordable pricing. You and your family (spouse and children under the age of 18) can hunt under your membership. Your membership includes-1 Trophy Buck (4 Ĺ years or older). More than one Trophy Buck when our Trophy Buck tags are open. As many cull or spike that you can handle and that meets our cull and spike specifications. Does, hogs, bobcats, foxes, turkey, coyotes, and other varmints Guest can come to camp with you, but must stay with you in camp.
As experienced East Texas hunters know, the best place to hunt a buck or a doe is in creek bottoms (and we have plenty of them). Also, we have white oak on the property that supply plenty of acorns. Plus, on our lease you can hunt in numerous different environments from flat-land to ravine ridges. If you do not like hunting in thick hardwood, you can simply hunt in our clear-cut areas.
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