The length of a hunting lease depends on the terms of the lease agreement; for instance, a short-term hunting lease may last for a week or an entire hunting season. Daily hunting leases also exist, and long-term leases can span a period of one or more years.
A daily hunting lease is a lease agreement that allows a hunter to hunt on a parcel of land for a day, while a short-term lease runs for a few days, a week or for the entire hunting season; for example, the lease may run for the entire deer-hunting season. Long-term leases are more extensive and offer long-term access for multiple seasons for an entire year or longer. Leases may also specify other services, such as lodging for the hunter or hunting party.