This week on The Land Show with Dave and Johnny:
- Chuck Sykes, Alabama’s Director of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, is in studio to discuss the 2021-2022 hunting season and the recent success of the Special Opportunity Areas (SOA’s). You can find all information about Alabama’s seasons and bag limits at www.outdooralabama.com.
- Eddie Lee Rider and Eric O’Keefe with The Land Report magazine join us to share the story of America’s new Largest Landowner, the recent sale of Climbing Arrow Ranch in Montana, and a special project in Pittsburgh, Tennessee by Peyton Manning and Andy Roddick.
- Russ Walters updates us on what is happening in the cotton and peanut fields on their family farm in Covington County.
- Rick Bourne, aka The Dove Daddy, gives a mid-season update on Alabama dove hunting, and shares a new 695 acre hunting property in Butler County that is available for purchase.
- Dave: John, it was a great show. Started off with Chuck Sykes, gaming fish chief for our state. A lot of exciting stuff with the special opportunity areas. And that’s really taken off giving people a lot of opportunities to do a special Hunt that they would have never had that opportunity.
- Johnny: Yeah, for sure. And then we talked to Eddie Lee Ryder and Eric O’Keefe, the editor and publishers for The Land Report magazine. And they get to hear about all the cool stuff happening and talked about a new number one size land owner in the United States. Talk to them. Heard about the Climbing Arrow Ranch there in Montana that just sold where a River Runs Through It was filmed. And I think that Eric did make an insightful observation. That’s my wife’s favorite movie, but it may not be because of the fly fishing, Brad Pitt.
- Dave: Speaking of interesting farms, we have one of the more interesting people in the south. Certainly the most interesting man in Covington Russ Walters was on giving a farmland report, talking about a little controversy ingenuity there on the farm to make things happen, getting the peanuts up. That was neat peanuts and cotton.
- Johnny: And then we wrapped it up with the Dove Daddy, Rick Bourne. He was in to talk about just give us a little mid season update and then talk about a great new property that’s available in Butler County, 695 acres. You all want to reach out to him to the Southeastern angry website. Man, last week was our six year anniversary show. We’re on the downhill side. We’re making our way towards something.
- Dave: I thought that might be the end, but they had us back again today. Folks, we appreciate you watching this video review and encourage you to listen to the entire Land Show with Dave and Johnny.