Posts Categorized: Land Ownership

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

Montana Ranch Properties

Posted on February 16, 2017 In Land Ownership, Uncategorized

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Montana Love There are many reasons to move to Montana.I have had the pleasure of working and playing in many towns in Montana, and there was not one place where I didn’t want to be. There is something for everyone! Some of the best fly fishing in the country is here. With outdoor activities, and game hunting of all kinds, it is

A Few Important Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Buying Ranch Property

Posted on January 2, 2017 In Land Ownership

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Farmers, ranchers, and other landowners have created upwards of 2 million miles of conservation buffers, which serve to improve soil, air, and water quality where they’re placed. If you’re interested in contributing to this initiative, you may be considering a ranch property investment. But be warned, ranch estates aren’t something you can just leap right

All About Conservation Easements: How to Protect Ranch Estates for Future Generations

Posted on December 15, 2016 In Land Ownership

Few resources on this planet today are more important than the land itself. As populations and commercial businesses continue to grow, protecting large property ranch estates is important for the conservation of U.S. water, wildlife, and wilderness spaces. That’s one reason why conservation easements were first established hundreds of years ago and continue to be

The Economics of the Most Successful Large Western Ranches

Posted on November 28, 2016 In Land Ownership

Finally owning your own large property may feel like a dream come true, but once the sale closes, your work has only just begun. The most successful large western ranches are run on sound economic principles and a profitable production schedule that uses every available acre. We’ve compiled some of the best pieces of advice

Decorate Your Property to Sell this Holiday Season

Posted on November 23, 2016 In Land Ownership

Oh, yes my friends it’s that time of year! Some of us have already put the tree up, littered the gravel driveway with lighted candy canes and blow up Santa’s.   Hooray! The Griswald ranch down the road has yet landed another plane! But guess what? No, it’s not they have a whopper of a

Top 3 Considerations for Buying Recreational Land

Posted on August 8, 2016 In Land Ownership

Purchasing recreational land is a wonderful way to make an investment in your outdoor passions, but there are a lot of choices to make before you settle on a final property. Keep these considerations in mind while you’re scoping out acreage for sale so that you can make the right decision.   What Do You