Monthly Archives: May 2010

Texas Facts; Enjoy Our Great State

The tidewater coastline of Texas stretches 624 miles along the Gulf of Mexico and contains more than 600 historic shipwrecks. The tallest point in Texas is Guadalupe Peak at 8,751 feet. The Capitol in Austin, built of Texas pink granite, … Continue reading

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Fencing with Wildlife in Mind

Every year, thousands of big game animals and birds die of injuries caused by fences. However, as a new Colorado Division of Wildlife publication explains, it is possible to build effective fences that meet the needs of landowners and that … Continue reading

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Harvest vs Kill and Firearm vs Weapon

I just finished reading an article on the QDMA site and it gave me a call to action.  I am very involved with the Texas Youth Hunting Program here in Texas and we have to be very careful with the … Continue reading

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Wild Game Cook-Off

Yesterday I attended the Austin Woods & Waters Club, Wild Game Cook-Off in Georgetown, Texas at the livestock show barn in the park.  I ate venison, elk, bear, hog, pheasant, dove, duck, quail, redfish, white bass, alligator gar (that’s right) … Continue reading

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“Silent Market” and “Pocket” Listings

“Silent Market” Ranches This term is used to describe ranches that are for sale, or may be for sale, but the Seller does not want the property displayed in any type of public media.  There are various reasons, some people  … Continue reading

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Really Cool Hunt

  One of my passions is getting our youth into the woods on their first hunt.  Here is a story I wrote after a hunt back in January.  I hope you enjoy and it inspires you to check out our … Continue reading

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Pricing a Ranch and/or Chasing the Market

Pricing a ranch in these market conditions is very important.  Too high a price, and the activity will be stone cold.  If you price it at what “market” is, then you may get a few calls from other agents and … Continue reading

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