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Preston Pittman Dick Kirby Award

Preston Pittman receives Dick Kirby National Award

 Mississippi’s Own Preston Pittman Wins Kirby National Award NASHVILLE, Tenn. — For his endless dedication to the National Wild Turkey Federation and its mission, Preston Pittman earned the Dick Kirby National Award. Pittman accepted the award at the 42nd annual NWTF Convention and Sport Show. The award is named for turkey hunting legend Dick Kirby, who was the brains and heart behind Quaker Boy Calls. He also was one of the original members of the NWTF, serving nine years on its national board of directors in the 1990s. The Dick Kirby Award is given to a call maker or company that has made significant contributions to the NWTF and shown dedication to the Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative. Pittman is a seven-time national calling champion, a renowned call maker, and now he gives his time as a Grand National Calling Competition judge. The NWTF determined this year’s award winners…Read More→

Farm, Timber, Hunting Land For Sale in Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana

Sartain’s Heritage Properties currently has many premier properties for sale in Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana. With hunting season upon us, now is a good time to consider purchasing that special hunting land for sale to enjoy with family and friends, or purchasing a farm land or timberland investment. Click the link below to print our current Land Inventory and contact us at 601.856.2720. Land Inventory October 2017  

Mississippi: New Rules Covering Transporting of Big Game Harvested in Other States

Monday, August 21, 2017 Mississippi: New Rules Covering Transporting of Big Game Harvested in Other States JACKSON – Mississippians traveling out of state to hunt big game this fall need to be aware of a new rule affecting the transport of their trophy. In May 2016, the Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks passed 40 Miss. Admin Code, Part 2, Rule 2.7 Prohibition on Cervid Carcass Importation, to Protect Mississippi from Chronic Wasting Disease. Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a fatal neurological disease that affects cervids and has been found in 24 states and 3 foreign countries. A cervid is a member of the deer family and includes white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, moose, caribou, red deer, sika deer, and fallow deer. Rule 2.7 states that it is unlawful to import, transport, or possess any portion of a cervid carcass originating from any state, territory, or foreign country where the…Read More→

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