Ranches For Sale in Western Montana

Fly fishing, hunting and agricultural are all integral parts of any western Montana ranch. While The distance between cities in Montana can be both large and time-intensive. The spaces between are some of the most amazing sites and areas for wildlife the eyes have ever seen. The history of some of these Montana properties spans multiple generations. Fay Ranches can help you find the perfect Montana ranch for sale. Here are just a few of the properties that Fay Ranches represents. Be sure to check out the map and the property brochures. For more information about these western Montana ranches, call at (800) 238-8616. We are here to help.


Pintler Trout Creek Ranch - Montana

The Pintler Trout Creek Ranch is located 15± miles south of Philipsburg, Montana on the Skalkaho Pass Road. Structures are minimal on the Montana ranch. There is a compound consisting of two older homes and associated outbuildings. The homes have been lived in consistently for over 30 years. The combination of the two homes provides many bedrooms for family and guests. The outbuildings, some of which are very interesting, have been functional for ranching for many decades. 

Big Easy Ranch in western MontanaBig Easy Ranch - Montana

The Big Easy Ranch is well located along the I-90 corridor between Missoula and Butte, Montana. The Montana ranch is just minutes to the east of the historic mining town of Anaconda. The area offers countless recreation opportunities. Within 90 minutes of the ranch you can find yourself in the heart of some of the best trout fishing in the intermountain west including the Big Hole, Beaverhead and Madison Rivers. Directly 10 minutes to the north of the ranch is the beginning of the Clark Fork River and the famous “hog hole” which produces very large rainbow and brown trout. It is not uncommon to catch fish in the 5-10 pound range in this section of river. Read more about this Montana cattle ranch

Ruby River Angling Ranch in western MontanaRuby River Angling Ranch - Montana

Twin Bridges, approximately 8 miles down the road from Sheridan, is the place where the Ruby, Beaverhead and Big Hole rivers confluence to form the Jefferson River; all providing miles of water to fish, float and enjoy. It is where Lewis and Clark paused to explore which river to take to proceed west on their expedition. Twin Bridges is a quaint, small town with a population of approximately 400 people that offers a couple of restaurants, accommodations, and an excellent fly shop, and it is the home of Winston Fly Rods. The restored Old Hotel in downtown Twin Bridges, a regional secret, offers fine dining in a beautiful atmosphere.