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Mississippi Hunting Seasons 2012 – 2013

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Mississippi has been blessed with an abundance of wildlife and outdoor resources for many years and the upcoming 2012 – 2013 hunting season will be no different.

Early summer habitat and crops are showing signs of great potential as we have enjoyed plentiful rainfall and milder summer temperatures. Now is the time to start implementing your plans to have everything ready for this years hunting season.  Contact Sartain’s Heritage Properties to assist in making those plans happen.

DOVE

North Zone: (Above Hwy. 84 and areas south of Hwy. 84 and west of Hwy. 35)

Sept. 1 – 23; Oct. 13 – Nov. 11; Dec. 15 – 31

South Zone: (Below Hwy. 84 and east of Hwy. 35)

Sept. 1 – 9; Oct. 6 – Nov. 11; Dec. 21 – Jan. 13

Bag limit mourning & white-winged doves: 15 per day with possession limit of 30.

Deer

Delta Zone (3) & Hill Zone (1)

Archery: Oct. 1 – Jan. 31

Youth Gun: Nov. 3 – Jan. 31

Primitive Weapon: Nov. 5 – 16 (Antlerless Only)

Gun with dogs: Nov. 17 – 30

Primitive Weapon: Dec. 1 – 14

Gun without dogs (still season): Dec. 15 – 22

Gun with dogs: Dec. 23 – Jan. 17

Primitive Weapon: Jan. 18 -31

Coastal Zone (2)

Archery: Oct. 15 – Jan. 31 (either sex); Feb. 1 – 15 (bucks only)

Youth Gun: Nov. 3 – Feb. 15

Gun with dogs: Nov. 17 – 30

Primitive Weapon: Dec. 1 – 14

Gun without dogs (still season): Dec. 15 – 22

Gun with dogs: Dec. 23 – Jan. 17

Primitive Weapon: Jan. 18 -31 (either sex); Feb. 1 – 15 (bucks only)

Squirrel

North Zone – Sept. 29 – Feb 28

Central Zone – Oct. 13 – Feb.28

South Zone – Oct. 27 – Feb. 28

Rabbit

Statewide – Oct. 13 – Feb. 28

Quail

Nov. 22 – Mar. 2

Turkey

Youth – March 8 – 14

March 15 – May 1

Waterfowl Seasons

The Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks approved the dates and bag limits for the 2012-2013 waterfowl hunting seasons at its August 15 meeting in Jackson.  Duck, merganser, and coot seasons will be November 23 – November 25, 2012; November 30 – December 2, 2012; and December 5, 2012 – January 27, 2013.

The daily bag limit will be a total of 6 ducks, including no more than 4 mallards (no more than 2 of which may be females), 3 wood ducks, 2 redheads, 4 scaup, 2 pintail, 1 canvasback, 1 mottled duck, and 1 black duck.  The merganser daily bag limit will be a total of 5 mergansers, only 2 of which may be hooded mergansers.  Coots will have a 15-bird daily bag limit.  The possession limit is twice the daily bag limit for ducks, mergansers, and coots.

Canada, snow, blue, Ross’s, white-fronted goose, and brant seasons will occur from November 15, 2012 – January 27, 2013.  Canada geese will have a 3-bird daily bag limit and brant will have a daily bag limit of 1 bird.  The possession limit is twice the daily bag limit for both Canada geese and brant.  Snow, blue, and Ross’s geese will have a daily bag limit of 20 birds.  White-fronted geese will have a daily bag limit of 2 birds.  The possession limit for white-fronted geese is 4 and there is no possession limit for snow, blue, and Ross’s geese.

In addition to the regular hunting season, there will again be a conservation order for snow, blue, and Ross’s geese during the following dates:  October 1 – November 14, 2012; January 28 – February 1, 2013; and February 4 – March 31, 2013 (only snow, blue, and Ross’s geese may be taken during the light goose conservation order).

The youth waterfowl weekend will occur during the weekend of February 2- February 3, 2013.

MISSISSIPPI FARMLAND EXPERTS

Farmland is a limited resource and helps in establishing quality products that meet the growing demand for food and fiber. Sartain’s Heritage Properties knows that high-quality farmland is one of the world’s most valuable assets and works to locate and achieve our client’s goals in farmland investment.

Sartain’s Heritage Properties offers a wide variety of exceptional Farms for sale in Mississippi & Arkansas

Surging global population growth is fueling an increase in Farmland investments. In September 2012, world food prices hit record highs, according to the United Nations’ food agency. Expert annalist say there’s no end in sight to this demand which is the driver behind farmland investments.

 

No surprise then that legendary commodity investor Jim Rogers is gung-ho about farming. He thinks farmland is undervalued, and it will be an investing sweet spot for the next two decades, according to a talk he gave at a 2012 Global AgInvesting Conference in New York.

Investors are often drawn to farmland based upon its cash flow potential (rents or crop yields) in addition to its capital appreciation. Additionally, many investors who are seeking less exposure to paper assets often find that farmland offers the type of diversification that they desire.

MISSISSIPPI HUNTING LAND EXPERTS

Sartain's Heritage Properties offers the highest-quality hunting lands for sale. The properties we offer often have had years of management and time to mature a premium recreational investments.

Many of our recreational properties have been managed for top- quality deer, duck and turkey hunting for years.

 

We always have premium duck hunting land for sale in Mississippi listed on our website and pride ourselves in only having the highest quality there is. The turkey and deer hunting properties we have go from the Delta Hardwood Bottoms to The Pine Belt Hills.

Sartain's Heritage Properties has a variety of hunting properties that are home to quality wildlife ready and waiting to challenge your hunting expertise. Contact us today and let us help you find the hunting land of your dreams.

MISSISSIPPI TIMBER LAND EXPERTS

Sartain's Heritage Properties understands the importance of timberland as an investment, and ensures that their clients are getting the most from their investment dollars by offering its clients quality timberland investment properties to enhance their client's financial return on investment.

Timberland investment returns are primarily driven by the growth and harvesting of timber and by changes in the value of the underlying lands upon which that timber is being cultivated. As an asset class, timberland offers particularly attractive features that long-term investors view as highly beneficial.

 

Among other things, it has provided competitive returns relative to its historic risk profile - and these returns compare favorably with those of many traditional asset classes, including stocks, bonds and real estate.

In addition, because of its unique attributes, timberland often performs differently than securities and other financial assets, which means it offers excellent opportunities for improving overall portfolio diversification.

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