The Huntin' Land Podcast brings you rut reports, waterfowl migration reports, land market dynamics, habitat management, and anything else the landowner (or wannabe landowner) wants to know.
Meet Clint Flowers
Clint is the managing broker for National Land Realty throughout the Gulf Coast region. He was the top producing agent at National Land Realty in 2016 & 2017, and is one of the few agents in the southeast to be awarded the designation of Accredited Land Consultant (ALC). Clint is licensed in Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. He specializes in the sale, acquisition, and assemblage of large commercial, agricultural, recreational, timberland, and conservation properties. Clint is a graduate of the University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Commerce & Business Administration, where he received a degree in Investment Management. Raised in Jackson, Alabama and the son of a consultant forester, he grew to be an avid hunter and outdoorsman from a young age. Clint currently lives in Spanish Fort, Alabama with his wife Gina, an elementary school teacher, their son Mason, and daughter Olivia. He is active in multiple charities, including the Rotary Club of Mobile, the Order of Fuse, Alabama Wildlife Federation, Ducks Unlimited, Quality Deer Management Association, Coastal Conservation Association and the National Wild Turkey Federation. Clint is also known for his extreme field testing of anything he owns with four wheel drive, so while he always recommends calling him for advice buying or selling land, he does not recommend buying used equipment from him.
Meet Joe Baya
Joe is the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of Great Days Outdoors Media, a full-service media company that produces digital, print, radio, podcast, and social media in the hunting, fishing, and shooting industries. He is also a licensed Land Professional in Florida and Alabama. He specializes in the sale of large land tracts like Recreational land (like huntin' land!), Timber, agricultural, commercial, and large homesites. Joe attended Auburn University in Agricultural Communications, Troy University, and receives his MBA from the Jacksonville University Davis School of Business. Raised in South Mobile County, Joe has always had an unhealthy appetite for hunting and fishing. Joe Currently lives in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida with his wife Stephanie, a dentist, and their son Mac. Joe and his wife both enjoy mentoring adult hunters through the Alabama State mentored hunting programs. While Joe loves wingshooting, he is of little threat to a mourning dove.