Hunting Properties For Sale

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$26,567,800
Encinal, Texas
  • 10,844± Acres
  • Found in the “red dirt” region of the northern section of Webb County
  • Whitetail deer are closely managed and multiple trophies are taken on an annual basis
$25,000,000
Paradise Valley, Montana
  • 5,366± deeded acres total with an additional 470± acres leased from the State and 508± leased from BLM
  • 6.3± miles of accessible (4.4± miles deeded and 1.9± miles BLM and State) Yellowstone River frontage
  • Thelma Lake 25± acres
$25,000,000
Wheatland, Wyoming
  • 20,502± deeded acres and an additional 5,554± leased acres
  • 11± miles of Laramie River
  • 3.7± miles of Bluegrass Creek
$21,700,000
Juntura, Oregon
  • 34,747± deeded acres and 43,000± BLM acres for over 78,000± total grazing acres
  • 836± irrigated acres
  • Very strong and secure senior water rights (830± acres)
$19,350,000
Llano County, Texas
  • 4,500+/- Acres
  • Wildlife includes white-tailed, axis and fallow deer, turkey, dove, quail, aoudad, other exotics, feral hogs, waterfowl, varmints and songbirds
  • Custom single story home with 4,990 SF of air conditioned space and another 2,789 SF of non-conditioned pace
$18,750,000
Avon, Montana
  • 22,990± total acres: 12,910± deeded acres, 1,280± State lease, 8,800± BLM lease
  • Historic mountain ranch in the Avon Valley
  • 50 miles to Helena, 80 miles to Missoula and 20 miles to private air service
$17,500,000
Helmville, Montana
  • 6,477± deeded acres
  • All inclusive, well balanced ranch
  • Nearly seven miles of creek frontage
$17,250,000
Big Sky, Montana
  • Very private 1,501± contiguous deeded acres
  • Located on a private, gated road connecting the largest ski area in the United States, Big Sky, to the capital of fly fishing, Ennis, Montana
  • 3± mile border with the Lee Metcalf Wilderness
$15,500,000
Big Timber, Montana
  • 12,169± Deeded acres and an additional 640± acres leased from the State of Montana
  • 7.73± Miles both sides Sweet Grass Creek, which is a quality wild trout fishery
  • 3.8± Miles both sides Cayuse Creek, which is a spring fed trout fishery with large trout
$13,500,000
Fields, Oregon
  • 17,366 ± deeded acres with 267,000± acres of BLM Permit
  • Over 3,400 acres of irrigation
  • Five dwellings including two apartments

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