HLRBO cannot and will not be liable for any damage to your property caused by irresponsible hunters. However, there are several ways in which you can limit your risk. First, a written agreement that puts the legal responsibility on the hunters for any damages or repairs is a must. Second, you are not under any obligation to rent or lease your property’s hunting rights to anyone that contacts you through HLRBO. You should at the very least ask them for references or even do a background check. Finally, set clear expectations of how you expect hunters to act while hunting on your property and put them in the written agreement. Also in conjunction with the written agreement have a meeting with the hunter(s) and show them around your property. This is a good time to show them any off limits areas or to tell them where they can or cannot drive vehicles, etc.