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North Platte Fly Fishing Ranch
Natrona, Wyoming
1.00 acres
World-class fly fishing is found throughout the ten miles of North Platte River that make up the North Platte Fly Fishing Ranch. This offering includes the south bank of the North Platte River from Gray Reef Dam downstream for ten miles. In the past decade, American Angler magazine has twice heralded the Gray Reef segment of the North Platte River among the top destinations in the world to catch trophy rainbow trout. There are eight duck blinds situated along this stretch of the North Platte River that are currently rented out at $500 per year per blind with a waiting list for any vacancies. Fishing on the North Platte River is done on a per boat basis with an annual income of approximately $20,000. The exact number of deeded acres will be determined by a survey which will be completed during the inspection phase of an accepted contract to purchase.
Stone Ranch
Carbon, Wyoming
16,990.00 acres
The 85,700± acre historic Stone Ranch lies south of the Ferris Mountains in central Wyoming about 15 miles north of Rawlins and runs south and east towards Bradley Peak. Owned by the Moore family since 1947, the ranch consists of 16,990± deeded acres, 63,195± acres of BLM lease and 5,518± acres of State of Wyoming. The ranch is made up of several large deeded blocks, surrounded by the BLM and State grazing leases. It measures roughly 12 miles from north to south and 18 miles east to west and is functionally cross fenced into 11 pastures which are positioned to allow easy livestock rotation. The ranch has a good distribution of water sources, with wells, reservoirs, springs, and several small creeks scattered throughout. The improvements are modest and practical, providing all the needed ingredients to operate a cattle ranch. They include a comfortable home, shops, barn, multiple corral setups, and a large livestock building, complete with working facilities for processing cattle. The ranch is rated by the owner at 800 pairs year-round with the ability to run considerably more during the summer grazing season. The Stone Ranch is a working cattle ranch that has all the necessary ingredients to operate as a stand-alone cow/calf operation or as a seasonal grazing for pairs or yearling stocker cattle. The Stone Ranch offers excellent big game hunting for mule deer, elk, upland birds, and antelope. In summary, this is a low-overhead large grazing ranch with excellent hunting amenities.
Hall Ranch
Albany, Wyoming
17,203.00 acres
The Hall Ranch represents a well-blocked 22,483± acre Wyoming operating cattle ranch. It lies in a contiguous block of primarily deeded land (only 5,280± acres of BLM and state Lease) with over 20 miles of Rock Creek as it zig-zags through the heart of the ranch. From the headquarters, it is an easy 10-minute drive into Rock River on the well-maintained Fetterman Road that runs east and west through the ranch. This county-maintained road serves as an easy way to commute through the ranch and is the arterial access to its network of roads and pastures. Regardless of unpredictable moisture, the road allows for all types of vehicular traffic. Anchoring the ranch are 1,930± acres under flood irrigation, which provides an excellent feed base for a year-round cattle operation or makes exceptional grass hay to sell to compliment a summer grazing program. Historically, the ranch has been operated as either a year-round, cow/calf pair operation or as a summer grazing unit for tenant cattle. Most summers allow for 1,200-1,300 pairs or 2,000-2,200 yearling stockers to graze for a five month period and hay to sell. On an annual basis, the ranch has supported over 850+ pairs, year-round. With 20+ miles of riparian area along Rock Creek , over 15 reservoirs and ponds, and a diversity of open high plains prairie, the ranch is well-populated with both deer and antelope. The wildlife co-exists well with the cattle operation, both having room and habitat for healthy populations. The rangeland is made up of high plains, known for the area, that are carved with deep coulees and draws that drain into the winding creek bottom. Hunting for deer and antelope is excellent, and there is good waterfowl hunting along the waterways with some upland birds along the creek and on the prairie.
Ryegrass Ranch
Sublette, Wyoming
2,740.00 acres
Ryegrass Ranch is located at the foot of the Wyoming Range just 90 minutes from Jackson, Wyoming. Over 11 miles of the North Fork of Cottonwood Creek meander through the wide willow-filled valley floor of the ranch offering critical habitat and world-class fly fishing for the Colorado River cutthroat. Contact Jeff Hubbard.
Nichols Ranch
Sublette, Wyoming
49,808.00 acres
The Nichols Ranch consists of 3,610± deeded acres, 240± State of Wyoming and 45,958± BLM lease acres for a total of 49,808± contiguous acres. The owners have historically run 200 cow/calf pairs, 50 yearlings, and 45 head of horses year-round and 500 pairs for five months. Cattle handling and gathering are very convenient on this scenic western ranch. Two Zimmatic pivots irrigate 136± acres of alfalfa and there is 525± acres of flood-irrigated native grass. The ranch produces adequate, high-quality hay to winter 300 cow/calf pairs. Ample water is provided from irrigation ditches via Muddy Creek, four domestic wells along with a solar livestock well located on the BLM lease ground. The improvements at the headquarters include a beautiful 3,911 sq. ft. home with four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms, an detached, oversized garage/shop, a 2,600 sq. ft. horse barn with stalls and runs, and a one bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, a lean-to with numerous runs and an all steel arena with “Chute Help and Auto Chute”. The cattle working facilities are located one-half mile west of the headquarters and are easily accessible for gathering, shipping and turn-out. These facilities include a covered alley and hydraulic squeeze chute with a functional set of pipe pens, outbuildings and livestock scale. This scenic ranch is located at the foot of the Wind River mountains with views to the west of the Wyoming Range. The Nichols Ranch offers exceptional antelope hunting and trout fishing along with other hunting opportunities for elk and deer. Located 19 miles south of Boulder and 31 miles south of Pinedale.
Pole Mountain Ranch
Converse, Wyoming
2,300.00 acres
Located in the heart of the Laramie Mountains near the headwaters of Boxelder Creek and within some of the most coveted views in the Laramie Range, lies the 2,300 total acre Pole Mountain Ranch. Towering granite rock outcroppings, aspen filled draws, and old growth timber covered hillsides compliment the developed meadows and irrigation that dot this incredible alpine landscape. World-class recreational opportunities within one of Wyoming greatest elk areas round out this trophy property that includes immaculately maintained and newly remodeled improvements. Contact Jared Souza.
Water Valley Resort Ranch
Carbon, Wyoming
97.00 acres
Located within the Rocky Mountains and situated next to the Encampment River Wilderness, Water Valley Ranch offers a truly unforgettable experience for every individual. This 97-acre ranch is nestled along the Encampment River offering wonderful outdoor and indoor activities and is the perfect place to host corporate retreats, enjoy family reunions, celebrate weddings, or unwind for a weekend. Improvements include lodge rooms and cabins that offer rustic comfort, with all the amenities of modern living. There are 20 room options throughout Water Valley Ranch that can accommodate a variety of group sizes. The Main Lodge is the central gathering space for guests at Water Valley Ranch. It is a sprawling 19,000 square foot authentic log cabin structure situated at the heart of the ranch. This lodge includes an area for games such as pool, shuffle board, darts, an oversized chess table and a grand piano. Also in the lodge is a large dining area to accommodate everyone during meal times and a separate area for the bar, plus there is a conference room on the second story that’s perfect for corporate meetings or classroom activities. The River Lodge sits up the hill slightly and overlooks the property to the north. Large porches with rocking chairs adorn the front of the River lodge, creating yet another setting to enjoy nature and visit. The River Lodge is a two-story building with five cozy bedrooms, four bathrooms and a kitchenette. The authentic feel of the two original log-built fishing cabins are situated next to the Encampment River, where you can enjoy the soft sound of the water flowing just feet from your door.
Ranch Headquarters
Sheridan, Wyoming
2,795.00 acres
Rocking JR Ranch
Big Horn, Wyoming
16,000.00 acres
- 16,000 acres (2,795 deeded) - Excellent production, cattle, hunting, fishing, & investment ranch - 1,373 irrigated acres, territorial water rights, six pivots, & gated pipe - Elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, turkey, pronghorn, pheasant, & two miles of the Greybull River - Improvements include: owners home, staff housing, shop, gravel pit, & 1,000-head feedlot - Located 35 minutes from Cody, Wyoming William “Buffalo Bill” Cody knew a good thing when he saw it, and when he first saw the Bighorn Basin in 1894, he definitely knew he had encountered a good thing. Shortly thereafter, he and a group of investors founded a town that would soon bear Cody’s name, and which became the hub of a region incredibly rich in wildlife, agriculture, and scenic beauty. Today, the Rocking JR Ranch, just 35 minutes southeast Cody, exemplifies the best of what Bill Cody loved about this part of Wyoming. With over 16,000 acres (2,795 deeded) in its domain, the Rocking JR Ranch is a strong, diversified agricultural operation with significant bonuses of wildlife and a fishery as icing on the cake. The Rocking JR Ranch has been a meticulously maintained agricultural operation for years. With abundant water rights that date back to Wyoming’s territorial days, it boasts of 1,373 irrigated acres that grow a rich diversity of crops including alfalfa, seed hay, timothy, orchard grass hay, barley, oats, sunflower seeds, beans, and corn. Crop rotation, and six irrigation pivots ensures continued productivity and a steady source of income. Complementing its abundance of crops is a solid cattle operation, which includes13,222 acres of State and BLM grazing leases that are permitted for 1,522 AUMs. The Rocking JR is capable of running over 400 head of cattle year-round and includes a 1,000-head feedlot with six corrals, each with its own heated self-watering system and lighting. Several miles of a quality gravel road system on the ranch keeps the entire operation running smoothly. Located along two miles of both banks of the Greybull River, the ranch contains well-watered bottomlands of cottonwoods and grasses that are home to an amazing variety of wildlife. In addition, its 5000-foot elevation is relatively low, creating less harsh winters, easier on all types of game. The diversity of wildlife on the Rocking JR Ranch is simply incredible. On the ranch, can be found elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, pronghorn, turkeys, pheasants, quail, chukars, ducks, blue herons, sandhill cranes, bobwhite quail, and Canada geese. Only lightly hunted in recent years, the ranch has not come close to achieving its hunting potential. However, a licensed bird farm has been in operation here, permitting outstanding upland bird hunting for quail, pheasant, chukar and partridge in the fall and winter months. The coveted Yellowstone cutthroat trout inhabit the two miles of the Greybull River on the property, and provide sport for both fly and lure fishermen. Several ponds already exist on the ranch, and could be developed into trophy fisheries as well. Two well-maintained residences are currently utilized on the ranch. The owner’s home is 2,700 square feet and is located not far from the Greybull River. It includes an impressive Great Room with a large stone fireplace, dining area and open staircase. A second home is a recently renovated single wide that serves as employee housing. Additional improvements include miles of fencing, a heated shop, 1,000-head feedlot, and a commercial gravel pit. Recreational opportunities are rich and varied in northwest Wyoming. Wilderness hunting and fishing can be found in abundance in the Absaroka Mountains to the west, along with backpacking in the summer and snowmobiling in the winter. Yellowstone National Park is under two hours away as well, where a lifetime of enjoying geysers, wildlife, and scenic grandeur awaits. Cody is one of Wyoming’s great small cities, with fine dining, live music and an extensive schedule of rodeos. Cody is also home to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West which encompasses five world-class museums and includes the largest collection of western artifacts in the world. With a population of 10,000, it is large enough to offer many urban amenities, and is home to the Yellowstone Regional Airport, with convenient connections to the outside world. Like Buffalo Bill Cody, we at Harrigan Land Company know a good thing when we see it, too. As a ranch with a strong agricultural component and a strong wildlife component, the Rocking JR Ranch stands near the top of the list. If you want to see for yourself what made Buffalo Bill fall in love with this part of the West, just let us know, and we can show you why the Rocking JR Ranch would have been his kind of place.
East Lodgepole Ranch
Weston, Wyoming
15,842.00 acres
Located approximately 21 miles south of Upton, Wyoming, the 15,842.54± acre East Lodgepole Ranch is made up of 12,682.54± deeded acres, 640± State of Wyoming acres, and 2,520 Forest Service lease acres. Fenced into 21 pastures, the ranch consists of very productive and improved native grass pastures with an abundance of water provided by electric and solar wells, pipeline tanks, and reservoirs. Improvements on the ranch consist of a recently remodeled 1,350 sq. ft., three bedroom, one bath home; two sets of pipe working corrals, one of which is an extensive Temple Grandin designed facility; a large calving barn with a calving pen; 12 indoor pens and nine outdoor runs; along with established shelter belts. With tremendous all-weather road access, this is very viable, low-overhead, 450± head year-round grass ranch.