Molpus Offers Elk Hunt Tags for 2012 Season

Purchase of these tags provides outstanding opportunities for hunting trophy bulls in the beautiful Kentucky mountains during any legal 2012 elk season, using archery or gun, as set by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

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Timberland Management - Molpus Woodlands Group

Timberland Management - Molpus Woodlands Group

The quality of the bulls was amazing, and the experience was truly one I will not forget. The country was beautiful and the game plentiful.

Jackson, MS (PRWEB) June 27, 2012

Molpus Timberlands Management, LLC, on behalf of a client, is offering for sale exclusive and highly prized Kentucky elk landowner tags for the upcoming 2012 hunting season. Purchase of these tags provides outstanding opportunities for hunting trophy bulls in the beautiful Kentucky mountains during any legal 2012 elk season, using archery or gun, as set by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. Steve Zischke, who had the opportunity to harvest a 330 class bull last year using a Molpus elk landowner tag, recently had this to say about his hunt, "The quality of the bulls was amazing, and the experience was truly one I will not forget. The country was beautiful and the game plentiful."

Molpus has cooperated with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources by entering approximately 55,000 acres of prime elk habitat in eastern Kentucky into a "Wildlife Management Area" agreement; in exchange, Molpus's client receives eleven transferable elk landowner tags. Molpus Timberlands Management has partnered with the National Wild Turkey Federation to market one of these landowner tags through a national campaign. The remaining ten tags are sold to private individuals.

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources successfully spearheaded the effort to reintroduce elk into the mountainous regions of eastern Kentucky in 1997. Overhunting decimated the elk in Kentucky approximately 150 years ago. The reestablishment of the elk herd has been highly successful due to the area's vast grasslands, Kentucky's temperate climate, the absence of large predators, and minimal human interaction. Today, Kentucky has the largest elk herd east of the Rockies, and the herd is producing truly outstanding trophy bull elk on a consistent basis.

For further information on our landowner tags, please contact Mark James at mjames(at)molpus(dot)com or call our Richmond, Kentucky office at (859) 623-3088.    

The Molpus Woodlands Group, LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor, was founded in 1996 as a Timber Investment Management Organization (TIMO) and has a company legacy dating back to 1905. With its sister operating company, Molpus Timberlands Management, LLC (collectively, Molpus), Molpus is one of the oldest timber-related companies in the nation, with experience in all facets of timber management, manufacturing, and marketing. Molpus is one of the few TIMOs that have all of their core businesses and forestry functions handled or supervised by in-house experts.

Molpus employs sixty-eight people in its thirteen offices located in Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New York, and Oklahoma. Molpus acquires, manages, and sells timberland as an investment vehicle for pension funds, college endowments, foundations, insurance companies, and high net-worth individual investors. The company focuses on ensuring long-term optimum cash returns on investments while practicing responsible forest stewardship. For more information, visit http://www.molpus.com/.

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