Posts Categorized: Hunting Property

Trophy Property Trail Cam Photos

Posted on May 31, 2017 In Hunting Property

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Here are a few notable trail camera photos from current Trophy Property listings. Installing a trail camera on your property can yield some exciting, and sometimes unexpected, results.  Particularly when, in the case of our brokers, it comes time to put your property on the market, photographs of resident wildlife are an effective way of communicating the aspects of

Elk Distribution in the United States

Posted on May 4, 2017 In Hunting Property, Recreational Property

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Elk are one of the most fascinating—and for sportsmen, compelling—animals that occupy the continental United States.  They are substantially larger than the white-tailed deer many people are accustomed to seeing.  A mature bull elk commonly weighs 700 lbs, while a white-tailed buck will generally weigh closer to 100 lbs. According to the venerable Rocky Mountain Elk

Hunting Ranches for Sale in Oregon

Posted on April 6, 2017 In Hunting Property Tags:

Oregon Hunting Ranch for Sale

Sports Afield Trophy Properties’ Exclusive Oregon Broker, Perry Coon, added a few impressive hunting properties to our listings recently.  Among Perry’s most recent listings are large properties of 542 acres and 478 acres. Outdoor recreational opportunities abound in Oregon, with big game hunting, upland hunting, exceptional fly fishing, skiing, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding all

Bison Ranching Continues to Grow in Popularity in the U.S.

Posted on January 24, 2017 In Hunting Property

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Bison ranching has been enjoying a renewed surge in popularity and profitability in recent years, thanks in large part to the expanded consumer market for bison meat. In fact, bison ranchers in Montana, who gathered for a two-day conference in Great Falls this weekend, have noted that prices seem to be reaching record highs. “It’s

Sports Afield 150 Top Brand

Posted on December 27, 2016 In Hunting Property, Recreational Property, Sports Afield News

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    Sports Afield is celebrating 130 years this year. Did you know Sports Afield is also one of top 150 licensed brands in the world? TOP 150 http://www.licensemag.com/license-global/top-150-global-licensors-2 It’s true. Sports Afield is licensed worldwide in many categories. Our brand includes security safes, back packs, Sports Afield log homes, books, hunting apparel and so much

Montana Reports Record High Whitetail Deer Hunting Season

Posted on December 15, 2016 In Hunting Property

As the firearm deer hunting season winds down throughout many parts of the country, harvest numbers have hit record highs on some hunting lands, particularly in the western and central parts of Montana. The state’s Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Department says that the numbers of whitetailed deer brought into county check stations in Bonner, Darby,

Montana Reports Record High Whitetail Deer Hunting Season

Posted on December 9, 2016 In Hunting Property

As the firearm deer hunting season winds down throughout many parts of the country, harvest numbers have hit record highs on some hunting lands, particularly in the western and central parts of Montana. The state’s Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Department says that the numbers of whitetail deer brought into county check stations in Bonner, Darby,

Top 4 Reasons To Invest in Hunting Real Estate

Posted on November 4, 2016 In Hunting Property

You may only be thinking about buying hunting land for the personal recreational benefits, but the fact of the matter is that purchasing hunting real estate is a smart and effective investment strategy, too. Here are the top four reasons why buying that vacant land for sale may prove to be the best investment decision

Elk Hunting is Big Boon for Montana Economy

Posted on October 3, 2016 In Hunting Property

It probably comes as no surprise that hunting is big business in the vast and largely unspoiled lands of Montana. Hunters, on average, spend an annual $2,484 on sport expenses that might go towards travel, gear, lodging, permits, guides, or any other kinds of needs. A western hunting ranch property in Montana can offer a