Coy Fisher has served as a local contract Landman for the petroleum industry in Sidney, NE since 2011. Coy is a native of Eastern Wyoming, and has spent years in Western Nebraska working in Oil and Gas land acquisitions. In the process of surveying the land for it’s geo-physical and geo-chemical profiles, Coy was also required to understand surface impact considerations, such as land use, soil type, and land values. The more time spent in these activities, the more Coy’s love for the beauty, usefulness, and lifestyle associated with land ownership grew. It was a natural transition for Coy to move into Land Sales.
Coy grew up in a farming community, and spent his youth working on ranches and on his family’s wheat farm. He understands the variables involved in making an agricultural investment profitable. Coy is also an avid outdoorsman, enjoying fly-fishing, upland game bird and waterfowl hunting, and deer hunting. Coy has been a professional big game hunting guide for an outfitter out of Cheyenne Wyoming for the past nine years. He has a deep appreciation and understanding of the varied habitats available in Nebraska, and a passion for hunting all of them. His upbringing and professional background make him an ideal partner in buying and selling farm, ranch, and recreational properties in Nebraska.
Coy attended Metro State University of Denver on an athletic scholarship before moving to Sidney, Nebraska to work as a Professional Landman. Coy contributes to his community and youth sports as a referee for varsity high school basketball in Western Nebraska. In addition to his Nebraska Real Estate license, Coy is a proud member of the Wyoming Association of Professional land men (WAPL) and Nebraska Petroleum Producers Association (NPPA). The education required for these designations is as relevant to Farm, Ranch, and Recreational land sales as it is to mineral lease acquisitions. We are proud to have Coy’s expertise available to all our clients, and delighted to have him representing Lashley Land and Recreational Brokers in Western Nebraska.