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This will make your head explode.
The December issue of the Limestone Chronicles....a Spring Ridge Club publication.
The controversy erupted when Cabela’s Trophy Properties opened an office in Montana and started listing what the Montana Wildlife Federation (MWF), the state’s largest group of hunters and anglers, calls “traditional public hunting properties.” Those listings shot up a warning flare to the MWF’s 7,000 members, and the result was a strongly worded letter from executive director Craig Sharpe going to Dennis Highby, president & CEO of Cabela’s. In the letter, Sharpe warned of a “strong response” to the real estate marketing, such as mailing back or burning catalogs, unless Cabela’s addressed the group’s concerns and agreed to a meeting to discuss the issues.
For only 925K you can own this world class fly fishing resort and all its accouterments.
The Río Palena Lodge is a world class fly fishing destination located in the heart of Chilean Patagonia, 12 miles east of the community of Palena and 2.5 hours south of the coastal city of Chaitén. The property encompasses over 18 acres on the Palena River and features a gorgeous, fully furnished 3,500 sq. ft. 9 bedroom/9 bath lodge constructed of native woods and stone. A full suite of personal property is offered with the property, including 4wd vehicles, drift boats, and a jet boat, enabling one to fully enjoy the best of outdoor Patagonia. Fishing on the Palena is excellent and offers consistent opportunities to catch 5 to 10 lb. trout, while a host of other outstanding rivers and lakes almost too numerous to mention are located within an easy drive of the property. LINK
These guys gave 250K to the YNP Foundation..... 250K might buy you a broom closet in one of their trophy homes.