Richard Bach is an American writer who wrote some bestsellers in the 1970s, including “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” and “Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah.” I very much enjoyed these as they are chock full of wise quotes that can be applied to everyday life. Continue Reading →
Planting food plots is done in many different ways. Some very serious food plotters have two or four-row corn planters to plant corn or soybeans, and some also have six to eight foot grain drills for the smaller seeds. Continue Reading →
Do you remember the story of Johnny Appleseed from grade school? It is more than just a story; Johnny Appleseed was a real person named John Chapman, born in 1774. Legend has it that he spent years walking throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, West Virginia and Ontario, Canada randomly dropping apple seeds along the way. The truth is that he was a knowledgeable nurseryman and a noted conservationist. Continue Reading →
Schools of perch often seem to continually be on the move. When there are several mouths to feed, sitting in one location doesn’t work. A school of perch can devour everything in its path. I would hate to be a minnow or crawfish when jumbo and all of his friends roll through. Because schools of perch are typically here today and gone tomorrow because of their nomadic lifestyle, finding and getting on top of fish can be always fleeting. Continue Reading →
How to Score Great Deals on Rural Real Estate in the hunting world.
How to Score Great Deals on Rural Real Estate
Real Estate isn’t cheap, but there are ways to score great deals if you know what to look for. Whether you’re looking for farmland, land to hunt and fish on, or to build a vacation getaway, having a strategy in place will help. There are also precautionary measures you’ll need to take in order to get a great bargain. The following advice will help you find the land you want, at a sweet price. Continue Reading →