Land & Properties News

Trophy Property of the Month

Posted on November 28, 2017 In Sports Afield News

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Look for the featured Trophy Property of the Month right on the homepage of Sports Afield Magazine. This month’s featured Trophy Property is the Ford Creek Guest Ranch in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. For the full story on what makes this property so exceptional, check out this month’s feature: http://sportsafield.com/featured-trophy-property-of-the-month/ 

Top Fly Fishing Properties & Where to Find Fish

Posted on November 17, 2017 In Fishing Property, Land Ownership Tags:

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We have several beautiful riverfront properties available within the Sports Afield Trophy Properties network.  When evaluating riverfront property, inevitably the allure of fly fishing is a consideration for sportsmen and women. The common saying for finding fish in moving water is “fish the foam”. You can find the trout by watching where the foam is going

Why Oregon? Let Us Count the Reasons

Posted on September 7, 2017 In Land Ownership, Sports Afield News Tags:

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Our Trophy Properties broker in Oregon, Perry Coon, is passionate about land—specifically land in his home state of Oregon.  To quote Perry, “We believe our land is more than dirt; it’s who we are! It’s our lifestyle, our passion, our living, and our legacy!” Oregon offers a diversity and variety that many states can’t compete with—from

Sports Afield & Mansion Global

Posted on August 31, 2017 In Sports Afield News

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Qualifying, high-end properties listed on Sports Afield Trophy Properties are automatically syndicated to The Wall Street Journal’s Mansion Global. Mansion Global connects the world’s affluent real estate buyers with prestige properties across the globe. This is just another way that listing a property with Sports Afield Trophy Properties ensures that your listing will be seen by qualified buyers

Flora and Fauna of the Lone Star State

Posted on August 15, 2017 In Hunting Property, Sports Afield News

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It is a common mistake among non-Texans to assume that Texas is a dry, arid desert.  However, the second largest of these United States boasts a wildly diverse landscape.  In fact, less than 10% of Texas’ 268,581 square miles is true desert.  Most of Texas is made up of prairies, plains, grasslands, and forested land.

Trophy Properties in the Safari Press Catalog

Posted on July 27, 2017 In Uncategorized

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See our latest Sports Afield Trophy Properties advertisement in the inside cover of the latest Safari Press catalog. We are delighted to announce that Sports Afield Trophy Properties has been selected by the Land Report as one of America’s Best Brokerages for the 14th consecutive year. Safari Press has been lauded by many in the industry as the

Top States Young People Are Moving To

Posted on July 25, 2017 In Recreational Property

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According to a study by US News, young people (primarily post-college young professionals) are moving to the following ten states with the most frequency. Strength of the economy tends to be a commonality among these young people for these desirable states. However, job prospects and economic growth are not the only factors driving these geographic

Prime and Wild Elk Habitat

Posted on July 20, 2017 In Hunting Property Tags: ,

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Twelve years ago, the owner of Birch Creek in Montana was given an opportunity that likely only occurs once in several lifetimes—to assemble the ultimate elk hunting and family recreational property by strategically acquiring and assembling 7 parcels of land that totals 1,314 acres. This property could not be any more perfectly situated—bordering a large private

Salmon, Idaho: A Sportsman’s Paradise

Posted on July 13, 2017 In SATP Team Tags:

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Not only is the landscape directly surrounding Salmon, Idaho perfectly suited for many of the western United States’ premier game species, but Salmon is also conveniently located for sportsmen and women who frequently travel outside their own back yard to seek adventure. Quick facts about Salmon, ID: The town sits at the convergence of the Lemhi and

You May Want to Take a Closer Look at North Dakota

Posted on July 6, 2017 In Uncategorized

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North Dakota is where Teddy Roosevelt chose to temporarily step away from the city life he had known in New York, and re-find himself after personal tragedy.  The man who emerged from North Dakota was one of the toughest leaders and insightful conservationists this country has seen.  Roosevelt’s experience in ND are one of several