Mark Lyon is a "Hoosier". Born and raised in Johnson
County, Indiana where he currently lives with his beautiful wife of 10 years
and three wonderful children ages 10, 5 and 3. His family is everything to
him. All of his kids seem to have the outdoor bug just like their Dad. His
oldest son (10 years old) killed his first turkey and deer this year which
has been the highlight of Mark's year. He is a proud father!
Mark has been hunting for over 30 years. He has been
passionately chasing whitetails for over 22 years now. He also loves to be in
the woods in the spring trying to call in a wary gobbler to his bow or gun.
When it comes down to it, the "Have bow, will travel" motto pertains to Mark
This passion for the outdoors has led Mark to pursue a
career in the outdoor industry. He spent a few years representing different
companies and selling product at outdoor trade shows with his company Lyon
Mark started to develop an interest in hunting
properties, mainly in how to obtain and develop them into good hunting
properties. You see at the time, hunting leases were just gaining some
popularity in Indiana. Mark started to see the need for a company that could
help others with the same interest. He also knew that there were many
landowners out there that were unfamiliar with the leasing process. He
thought that with a little landowner education on the leasing process that he
may be able to open the door on private property that traditionally would not
He started developing a business plan for a hunting
lease company. In the meantime, he obtained his Indiana real estate license.
This would allow him to add another segment to his business that could help
buyers and sellers of recreational real estate. While researching for the
business, Mark stumbled onto the Hunting Lease Network website and as they
say, the rest is history. Hunting Lease Network has been a great way for Mark
to combine his love of hunting with a professional career.
If you have any questions regarding a property whether
it is for lease or for sale please feel free to contact Mark.