HUNTING Search Results


Navigating The Western Big Game Draw Process
Nothing has changed the sport more than the ease and speed of obtaining information. The internet, smartphones, Google Earth, OnXmaps, and social media have all contributed to hunting’s surge in popularity and made it more accessible to all.

Exotic Ranching | Basic Principals of Entering The Exotic Ranching Market
Exotic ranching is an excellent option for your property if you want to add an income-producing element to your ranch. If you’ve contemplated buying cattle or farming but are looking for something different, exotic ranching could be your niche.

Hunting Big Game For Landowners
Are you thinking about buying your dream hunting property in the Rocky Mountains but are confused by the different landowner hunting regulations in each state? If so, I hope this state-by-state overview of Landowner big game hunting opportunities and programs will help you.

Land Locked | Understanding Legal Access To Your Property
There is a well-worn phrase in the modern lexicon of the west: Legal Access. Fifth-generation ranchers know all about it. Legal access is an essential consideration for every category of property. Lenders, attorneys, and title companies certainly know about it and they serve as the gatekeepers of land deals.

South Dakota Pheasant Hunting | There's No Place Like It
South Dakota is unique in many ways, and there is a reason it has been dubbed “the land of infinite variety.” South Dakota contains more shoreline miles than Florida and the highest point in the United States east of the Rockies. We also have talented artists skilled at carving mountains....

Teaching Our Daughters to Hunt
Recently one of my three daughters came to me and told me how lucky I was that I never had a boy, so all of my girls learned to hunt and fish. I do not know if that is true, but they have all been thoroughly introduced to the great outdoors.

Creating Traditions for Generations to Come
Some of my fondest childhood memories from growing up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa are centered around being outdoors, primarily camping, fishing, and hunting. My friends and I spent hours down by the creek near my house, digging for worms and catching carp and bass.

Transitioning from Ranch Broker to Ranch Buyer
North-central Montana has always held a special place in my heart. This seemingly endless part of the state fascinated me as a child, and I still have the same reaction to it today. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy hunting and fishing opportunities all across this great state, but my biggest rush has always been loading...

White-tailed Deer Management Thoughts and Opinions
If white-tailed deer are important to you as a landowner, read on as I share a few thoughts and opinions from my nearly forty years of deer management experience.

Investing In Ranches
People pursue ranch real estate in the Intermountain West for many reasons. Some are looking for that perfect hunting and fishing property with big mountain views, live water, and a variety of wildlife. Others may want a large, productive cattle ranch with abundant water rights and agricultural components.

Scotch Double: Enhance Your Property’s Recreational Hunting And Fishing Value
Utilizing Traditional And Progressive Methodology To Enhance Your Property’s Recreational Hunting And Fishing Value While Improving The Core Value Of Your Investment-grade “working” Southeastern Land Property.

Sportsman’s Corner: An Interview With Bird Hunter, James Esperti And His Dog, Hoss
Picture a bird hunter spending a day in the brush of the American West, and it won’t take you long to envision a four-legged companion bobbing alongside him, looking to flush some grouse. In fact, dogs are iconic hunting companions for sportsmen all over the U.S.

Finding Balance: Managing Ranches For Elk
There’s a secret that ranch owners know out in the Mountain West: Creating wildlife habitat isn’t just good for your morning view, it also raises the value of your land. “Ranches that are managed with a sustainable agricultural plan have the added benefit of attracting wildlife and this creates value not only...

Sportsman’s Corner: An Interview with Greg and Shannon Fay
As the majority owner and founder of Fay Ranches, Greg Fay, along with his partners, has been an owner and manager of a productive farm/ranch in Madison County, Montana since 1995. Along with his wife Shannon, the Fays have been active in the outdoors their entire lives.





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