No matter where you hunt – whether it’s on your own property, on public land, or on land you’re leasing – it’s always a good idea to see if you can expand your options by hunting on nearby properties. If that nearby property is privately owned, you might assume that it isn’t available to you.… more This is a good time to ask permission to hunt on private land
SPOKANE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PotlatchDeltic (NASDAQ: PCH) today announced changes to requirements for recreational permits in Idaho. PotlatchDeltic recently leased day use recreational access on over 567,000 acres of Idaho timberland to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The agreement secures and preserves access to the public for recreational activities such as hunting, fishing, trapping, wildlife… more Changes to Idaho Recreation Permits
So many great Potlatch parcels neighbor state land. Buying your own property adjacent to state land could give you your own 40 plus hundreds more acres to hunt, hike, camp and recreate on. It’s much more affordable than you think. Ask us how! State Hunting Land Near You
If it is, we thought this was a great throwback Thursday piece to share with you again as a refresher. We originally ran last August but the points in it are just as relevant today as they were then. Enjoy! While most states offer abundant access to public lands for hunting, there’s always that… more Is the land you want to hunt private?
While most states offer abundant access to public lands for hunting, there’s always that intriguing patch of woods where the deer are rumored to be plentiful. Or that hidden lake where ducks are known to flock. But often times these appealing areas are privately owned. Potlatch Preferred Broker Charlie Chernak, of Bear Island Land Company… more Hunting on Private Land? Some things to know.