Making improvements to your recreational property can attract more quality wildlife, for sure. But it’s important that you don’t negatively impact a property’s potential timber returns in the process. Rob Haubry, an Indiana-based broker and forestry consultant, offers a good overview of ways to think about balancing these two objectives in two videos on the… more Improve your Recreational Property without hurting Timber Potential
It’s a few days after Thanksgiving. Still have turkeys on the brain? Certainly, one of the many skills that are helpful in hunting turkeys is the ability to attract birds with a call. It’s as much of an art as a science, and there are many potential reasons why your calls aren’t working. As a… more Getting better at turkey calls takes practice and more practice!
There’s no more fitting time than Thanksgiving to be thinking about your next turkey hunt! The National Wild Turkey Federation has a helpful roundup of turkey season dates and regulations from around the country on its website, along with some interesting speculation about how the COVID-19 pandemic might be affecting hunters this fall and winter.… more All the Turkey Season dates & regulations in one place!
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to complicate everyday life around Mississippi and the nation, people looking to buy a recreational property might wonder if they can safely go through the process right now. Fortunately, the answer is yes, because the sale of a recreational property is not a “high touch” process. Unlike buying a home,… more Buying Recreational Property in the time of COVID-19
A key to success for any deer hunter is information. And even though the fall is months away, serious hunters are getting ready now, checking their gear, planning trips, and in the case of hunters we work with, looking for a recreational property to buy as their home base. There are so many questions to… more Six Hunting Blogs with Great Information