As a recreational property buyer, you might not have thought about participating in a land auction or bid sale, thinking that it’s an event where everyone knows everyone else’s business. But that’s not how a sealed bid land auction works, says Mark Knight of Davis DuBose Knight Forestry & Real Estate, a PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker.… more Is a Bid Sale a Good Option for a Recreational Property Buyer?
Hunting Leases – what you need to know. Have a listen as Preferred Broker J.D. Neeley of Neeley Forestry Service – United Country Real Estate shares valuable information with AFA host Seth Stephenson and explains how a lease is a benefit for both hunters and landowners alike. Thanks to the Arkansas Forestry Association/AFA Education Foundation… more Hunters and Landowners Both Benefit from Hunting Leases
Turkey hunting season dates and regulations vary widely from state to state, which can get a bit confusing if you are planning your spring trips. Thankfully, the National Wild Turkey Federation has a terrific state-by-state roundup of regulations and season dates, along with a few tips from famed turkey hunter Jeff Budz. He has completed more… more Spring Turkey Hunting Season is Here!
There are many different ways to rate states for their deer hunting opportunities, but one way is look at the number of deer that hunters are taking home. We were wondering what these deer harvest statistics might look like, and we found a ranking of states based on deer harvests that’s included in the 2021… more What are the top deer hunting states? Consult the Almanac.
If you’re looking to buy recreational land in Arkansas, the advantages of being near public lands are pretty clear. In addition to being able to use your property for hunting, four-wheeling, hiking, camping or other outdoor activities, you can have easy access to thousands of acres nearby for all your activities. There are a number… more Buying Recreational Property near Public Land – ARKANSAS