I wouldn't consider bringing in outsiders to hunt my property. I bought my land (200 acres) for the pleasure of my family and myself. We have rules which everyone agrees to and follows. When it comes time to plant food plots, trim trees and trails, plant trees, mow borders etc. I don't need to ask for help. It's a family affair. If someone shoots a trophy that is their reward.
Presently, besides me, my wife hunts, my son hunts and he often brings either my 15 YO grand daughter or his girlfriend's daughter 17 YO along as they both like to hunt. My daughter hunts but not too often on my property as she has her own right out her back door.
It wouldn't be fair if I allowed outsiders in and use the property my family has helped to maintain and improve over the years so I could gain a profit. I never intended to do that from the start.
Every piece of land around me has people hunting on it. Some are ethical while some others are not. We had one young man get several tickets this season after shooting 5 bucks and tagging them with other members of his family's tags. This was on a large farm with several hundred acres which is less than 1/2 mile from my property. One deer was tagged with his grand mother's tag. When the conservation officer said he wanted to talk with grandma it was revealed she was in the hospital suffering with back pain.
I do rent out 85 acres to a farmer to grow crops on. The rental payment and my USDA payment more than pays the taxes and insurance fees on my land. It's a savings to me also as I don't have to maintain the 85 acres and like Chainsaw said I have a giant food plot which helps to feed the deer all summer long into the fall.
It's good I have help readily available. My son lives next door to me less than 100 yards away. It's not uncommon to hear one of my tractors start and see it pull out of my barn in the early morning headed out to do some mowing, tilling or any other task necessary. When planting smaller plots my wife and daughter will run hand seeders, drive my ATV to pull a chain drag or roll the plots or do whatever else is necessary while either my son or I am tilling or spreading fertilizer or lime. My daughter lives 1 1/3 miles away and will bring her ATV if necessary or use her mom's or her brother's.
I could never bring myself to have a stranger come onto my property and shoot a trophy deer and not give someone I love the opportunity.