It’s been a while since I last posted here , the reasons are irrelevant I suppose. The fact is life changes and with that priorities change. I’m going to get back to writing and have a little more fun while doing so.
If there’s one land related topic more misunderstood than this one please let me know. Everyone has some kind of definition of being “landlocked” and most are not even close to reality. So what is it? How can I avoid it? What if I find out I’m landlocked? all kinds of questions so let’s cover it ……. Continue reading
If you’re going to start planting foodplots for Whitetails it’s probably because you have heard all the hype and stories about how this will change your hunting forever. Same thing happened to me and I learned an awful lot along the way. I’m going to share what I learned and hopefully keep your expectations reasonable with the big picture in mind. Let’s get started …
I’m as guilty as anyone for saying you can’t lose money buying land. Although it’s mostly true , like anything else out there you can lose money if you make these mistakes. I’m going to point out what you cannot overlook when buying land or you will be one of the dopes who found a way to lose money buying land. Let’s go….. Continue reading
If you have land you want to sell I’m going to cover the 5 most important details you MUST address before you hang a sign on the place. If you’re a buyer there’s plenty here for you to learn so read on and take note …..
As the saying goes , “it was inevitable”. So what does the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) have in store for us ? Plenty it seems so let’s dig in and see what’s going to happen to deer hunting in NY…..
Small food plots are probably more common than any plots that are planted today. Everyone wants to plant but many have very little room to do so or don’t have equipment available to accomplish anything bigger than 1/2 acre or so. Not to worry because when done right small plots are as effective as any big plot and a helluva lot of fun to plant and hunt. Smaller plots need some different considerations when planting so let’s cover a few that I promise will help you out.
Many of you will think this is a pretty stupid question , and I understand why. I’m bringing this up simply because there are a few answers besides a simple “YES”. I’ll go over them right here while sharing with you the reason I’m asking this question and believe me ya gotta hear this one. Let’s get started ….
Buying land on a “seasonal” road is very common here , in fact many buyers WANT to be on a seasonal road. So what do you need to know before buying land with seasonal access? This isn’t anything to fear , in fact it’s a good thing so let’s cover the highlights so you’re educated before you write the check.