07/03/2014 @ 08:36 AM Contributed by: patrick Views:: 156
Nodaway Co Missouri Land Auction
816 acres m/l Selling in 5 tracts: 461 acres in CRP, balance in grassland and row crop for a total of 612 cropland acres. Additional acres in timberland for hunting and recreation.
Wednesday, August 6 2014
Younger Auction Gallery
312 E. South Hills Dr.
A demonstration of multi-par bidding will begin at 5:30pm prior to the auction. Property located east of Clearmont, Mo. on Route B to Hallmark rd then north approx. 1/4 mile. Property lies on east side of road in section 24, Twp 66, range 36, Atchinson Twp east. This farm consists of gently rolling farmland with combination row crop, CRP, and timber.
Representatives available to view property on Sunday, July 20 from 1pm-3pm. Complete soil information will be available online at www.youngerauction.com
Tract 1: 103 acres m/l. This tract has approx. 69.2 acres in cropland. There are currently 32.1 acres enrolled in CRP, expiring in 2015. Taxes: $258.73
Tract 2: 103 acres m/l. This tract has approx. 79.6 cropland acres with 77.7 enrolled in CRP, contract expires in 2015. Taxes: $310.77
Tract 3: 227 acres m/l. This tract has approx. 180.68 cropland acres with 77.6 acres enrolled in CRP, expiring in 2015. This tract includes 3 ponds. Taxes: $675.44
Tract 4: 223 acres m/l. This tract has approx. 158.1 cropland acres with 48.5 acres enrolled in CRP, expiring in 2020. This tract includes 2 ponds and some diverse terraces. Taxes: $654.24
Tract 5: 160 acres m/l. This tract has approx. 124.42 cropland acres which is all enrolled in CRP, expiring in 2015. Taxes: $548.68
Terms: 20% down per tract payment due on day of sale, entering into contract, with balance due at closing on or before 30 days, upon delivery of merchantable title and deed, giving full possession of property. Escrow to be held at the office of Nodaway County Abstract, Maryville, MO. Statements made at time of auction take precedence over any advertising in print or online, printed documents or previous statements. BIDDING PROCEDURE: Bidding will remain open to all individual tracts and all combinations until the close of the auction. You may bid on any tract, combination of tracts or the entire property.
Auctioneer's Note: If looking for an excellent opportunity to invest in an income producing property, or if looking to expand your row crop or livestock farming operation, or if looking for excellent recreational hunting land, with an abundance of wildlife make plans to attend this auction. Make financial arrangements now, for these properties may sell in your price range. Owner is very sincere in selling.
Auction Conducted By:
Younger Auction Company
Mark Younger - Auctioneer 660-541-1977
Shirley's Realty Rep - Al Langley 660-541-3381
06/30/2014 @ 02:13 PM Contributed by: patrick Views:: 234
Dallas County Land Auction – 160 m/l
The Estate of Lowell Wagoner
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
23440 315th Ct. (Sale on Site)
Location from Adel: 2 miles south on Highway #169 to 315th Ct., west to end of road. Location from DeSoto: 2 miles north on Highway #169 to 315th Ct., west to end of road.
Offering 160 acres m/l Dallas County Land of which 58.1 acres are crop land. Balance is in pasture and timber. Included in this sale is a 2 story turn of the century home. Home is a 2 bedroom w/ 1968 sq. ft. of living space. Walk up attic, fireplace, central air, newer foundation, attached garage, outbuildings (40’ x 96’ machine/utility building, 2 ½ acre pond!
Ave. CSR rating on tillable land: 66.4. Ave. CSR rating on all land 50
Predominate soil types on tillable land: Clarion Long Slopes & Clarion
Taxes: $4,356.00. Terms: Cash, 10% down payment day of auction w/ balance due at closing on or about August 29, 2014.
Daugherty Auction and Real Estate Services, Inc.
Kelly/Chad Daugherty – Auctioneers
Selling the Lyle Dvorak Collection of Antique Arms & Indian Arrowheads. Including E. H. Rodgers Dubuque Iowa Perc. Combination Gun, Early Flintlock & Percussion Longarms, Percussion Colts, Winchester to include Rare 1890 Deluxe 22 Pump Rifle, US Military Arms M1 Carbines, M1 Garand’s & 1903 Rifles. Sporting Rifles, Pistols & Shotguns by Browning, Winchester, Remington, Ruger, Colt, S&W, Hi-Standard & others! Plus a nice collection of Indian arrowheads & Stones, Fine Winchester Collectibles, Antique ammunition & quality Sporting collectibles!
06/17/2014 @ 10:21 AM Contributed by: patrick Views:: 350
QUALITY FIREARM AUCTION
Sat. Aug. 2nd 2014, 10 a.m. (Auction Preview and Pre-registration Fri. Aug. 1st, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 pm.)
Location: T.J. Hall Building on the east side of the town square in OREGON, MO.
Terms: ALL FIREARMS SOLD IN COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL REGULATIONS. TO CONSIGN, SEE TERMS BELOW.
CONSIGNMENT TERMS: CALL GREG CLEMENT, 816-387-3652 FOR CONSIGNMENT CONTRACT. $35.00 PER FIREARM TO CONSIGN. THIS IS OUR BASE RATE AND IS NON REFUNDABLE, DUE UPON SIGNING OF CONTRACT BY SELLER AND GREG CLEMENT AUCTIONS. 10% COMMISSION IF FIREARM SELLS. IF THE COMMISSION AMOUNT IS GREATER THAN THE ORIGINAL $35.00 TO CONSIGN, $35.00 WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM THE COMMISSION AMOUNT. 20% COMMISSION ON SPORTS RELATED ITEMS, $35.00 PER LOT. 10 % COMMISSION ($35.00 CONS. FEE PER UNIT) ON ATV’S, ETC. ABSOLUTELY NO CONSIGNMENTS TAKEN IN AUCTION DAY. ALL FIREARMS AND OTHER ITEMS. MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE T. J. HALL BUILDING IN OREGON MO. ON FRIDAY AUG. 1ST BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 9 AM. AND 4 PM. TO BE TAGGED AND LOTTED. DOUBLE CHECK YOUR FIREARM TO MAKE SURE IT IS UNLOADED BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING!
AUCTION MANAGED AND CONDUCTED BY:
GREG CLEMENT AUCTIONS L.L.C.,
15697 OMAHA RD. MAITLAND MO.
GREG CLEMENT 660-442-5436, CELL 816-387-3652
CHANCE CLEMENT 660-853-1868
JUSTIN GREGORY 785-250-8412
CASH OR PERSONAL CHECK ONLY, NO INTERNET BIDDING
LUNCH ON GROUNDS
Over time, many types of building skills have been lost to modern manufacturing. A skill that is still used today, as it has been for generations, is bow building. If you have an interest in building your own longbow with the help of an experienced instructor, this is your chance. Gene Winter has been building bows for many years and will be sharing his skill with workshop participants on Saturday, June 21, and Sunday, June 22 from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. each day. The workshop will be held at Riverside Shelter in Pinicon Ridge Park near Central City.
Workshop cost is $220 per person which includes one stave. Additional staves may be purchased for an additional cost. Pre-registration by June 18th is required, as class size is limited. For more information or to pre-register, contact Chuck at 892-6485.
Join the fun as the traveling fishing rod building event returns to its roots near Dubuque. If you have been to the workshop at Wickiup Hill you realize what a great learning experience these events can be for those interested in building custom rods. We should have a good line up and should cover quite a few topics. Ed Karwacki will be presenting a demonstration on dying wood handles, Al Engling will be doing a presentation on Butt Cap Inserts, Mark Blabaum will be presenting inlaying objects into grips with casting resin. Andy Wolfram will be presenting skinning foam cores with carbon fiber. I may have one more presenter on Morton Guide Placement, but haven’t verified that. Scott Kleppe will have American Tackle prizes and Microwave Guide set ups for several complete kits to give away. The presentations will benefit builders of all skill levels from beginners to professionals.
Please send an RSVP to Mark Blabaum @ Hellsangler@live.com or let us know here on the Tri-State Rod Builders Facebook page if you will be attending, to plan ahead for food or to contact us for more information. The workshop is free – goodwill donations accepted for lunch. Bill Pulk from Midwest Rod and Reel will be there to sell components, also if you would like to place an order with Bill, he’s offering a 10% discount and will bring the components to the gathering saving you shipping. You can contact Bill at Bill@midwestrodandreel.com or you can call him at 612-720-5268. Bill’s web site is http://www.midwestrodandreel.com/ .
I’d like to also offer a table or two for attendees to bring some of your unused or unwanted components to swap or sell, I’d like to run that through the lunch hour. I’m providing lunch and will be accepting a goodwill donation for the food. There is no admission and the day is free to any that would like to attend, please RSVP to let me know how much food to bring.
I’m planning on opening the doors at 9:00 am for a meet and greet and will start off the presenters at 9:30.
Swiss Valley Nature Center 13606 Swiss Valley Road - Google Maps
Fall Walleye Fishing, Fall Fishing
Article by guest poster: Cody Brown
While hunting and steelhead fishing takes the prime interest of many outdoorsmen in the fall, for me fall is walleye time. As any die hard angler will tell you fall is definitely a time to get out on the water. All species of fish are on overdrive when it comes to feeding this time of year. The reason being is that fish are building up their fat reserves for winter, this is no different with the elusive Walleye. With this happening those who are willing to brave the weather and sacrifice some sleep have a great opportunity at some Walleye.
I like to get out just before sun down to as late as 2 or 3am and possibly even sunup if I’m feeling adventurous. Just being out on the water will not fill the live well, Walleye are very structure oriented fish so your first task should be to locate any possible fish holding structure. This can be rip rap shorelines, sunken islands, drop offs, and many other types of structure. My preference in the fall usually focuses on rocky areas and especially rocky windblown points. The reason being, that this is the only consistent type of hiding structure readily available this time of year for bait fish and other food sources. By this time of year weeds that would have served as a home for these food sources earlier have now died off pushing them into the rocks.
Now that we have found our structure we must now select a bait or lure to use. As most Walleye fisherman will tell say it is hard to beat a jig. I am a big believer in Northland Fishing Tackle Jigs and use them religiously. I usually use the Northland Fireball jig with a bigger profile artificial such as a 4″ Gulp minnow. With a jig I use a snap jigging approach which consists of simply popping the jig forward on a retrieve or troll. If your not that into jig fishing you can also try shad style Crankbaits or Stickbaits. Just remember natural looking baits for clear water and bright baits for dirtier water. With shad style baits its hard to beat a traditional shad rap size 5 or 7 and a Salmo Hornet. These two lures alone have contributed to many tournament wins in national walleye circuits. For stickbaits I prefer Storm Lures Thunderstick Jr’s, #9/#11 Rapala Minnows, and #12 Rapala Husky Jerks. These baits work good for me year round. Whether you choose a shad style Crankbait or a Stickbait both lures work great casted or trolled. If trolling shoot for a speed anywhere from 1.5-3 mph. You may find that on certain days you may need to go faster or slower than these speeds. Also at night you might want to consider using planer boards to reduce scaring fish if fishing shallow. If casting switch up retrieves until you get something to work. Anything from a simple retrieve to a stop and go retrieve can work.
These are by no means the only ways to catch Walleye this time of year and anglers should experiment as much as possible. However you decide to go about fall Walleye fishing always remember the guy out fishing always catches more than the guy sitting at home!