Licensed in: MT
Born and raised in the once sleepy ski town of Whitefish, Montana, Vinny was immersed in Montana’s great outdoors from an early age, helping him to develop a great appreciation for wildlife and the land that supports it. From fly fishing for rainbows near Glacier Park to stalking white-tailed deer in the Sweet Grass Hills to chasing pheasants in the flatlands of Eastern Montana and sweet-talking elk with his bow in hand, he has traipsed around Montana since he was 7.
Vinny has called Bozeman, Montana home since 2000. Shortly after graduating from Montana State University with a degree in Business Management, Vinny took on the task of building an existing hunting and fishing business into one of the premier outfitters in the state.
While building Montana Hunt and Fish Company, Vinny was able to work on some of the highest-profile ranches in the area, expanding his knowledge of ranches and learning to identify what makes a property exceptional. From habitat and wildlife management to farming and ranching, Vinny gained invaluable on-the-ground experience during the decade of owning his company.
In 2012, Vinny joined Fay Ranches and has applied his knowledge and business acumen to the ranch brokerage world with immediate success. Conservation and conservation-minded landowners are what attracted Vinny to the Fay Ranches brand, and he works hard to contribute to preserving the west and assisting in making a landscape become as productive as it can be, both from an agricultural and wildlife standpoint.
Since his start with Fay Ranches, Vinny has represented buyers and sellers while they navigate through an array of transactions ranging from a few hundred thousand dollars to large scale, complicated and highly prolific 8 figure deals. He takes great pride and enjoyment working with buyers, sellers, attorneys, accountants, and ranch managers through the course of pre and post closings.
When Vinny isn’t on a ranch or looking at a property with clients, he can be found in the field with his English Setters whenever time allows. Aside from upland bird hunting he also enjoys, fly fishing, big game hunting and skiing.
Available Property Listings by Vinny Delgado
Comprised of 9,303± deeded acres and 65,919± leased acres, totaling 75,222± acres, the ranch is expansive, featuring 10.5± miles of the Lemhi River, a private, wild trout fishery, plus countless miles of spring creeks and mountain streams.
Approximately 10 miles to the fly fishing mecca that is Ennis, Montana and only a 3± mile drive to historic Virginia City, this property borders BLM and State land, providing the owner with thousands of acres of deeded and public land to recreate on. This ranch provides a beautiful, tranquil mountain setting with views of wildlife and surrounding mountain ranges.
The unencumbered ranch resides along the coveted Rocky Mountain Front and Teton Canyon River Valley which boasts landscapes that inspired America’s greatest artists and authors alike. Private and incredibly historic, the ranch sits just south of spectacular Glacier National Park.
A masterpiece of nature, the ranch cascades from the top of the magnificent Rocky Mountain Front towards the expansive grasslands to the east. The converging habitats support one of the most diverse concentrations of wildlife found in the Rocky Mountain west.
This ranch has an amazing .7± miles of frontage on the Missouri River, providing excellent habitat for waterfowl, white-tailed deer, moose, eagles and so much more. The property boasts a 5,966± SF home with expansive views of the surrounding timbered hillsides, dramatic cliffs, fertile valley and trout rich waters of the “Mighty Mo.”
Tucked away in the northern Gallatin Valley within close proximity to Bozeman, Montana, this property offers extremely productive dry land grazing, with multiple pastures and many water tanks. The rolling pastures and deep juniper canyons also hold an abundance of mule deer, antelope, sharptailed grouse, Hungarian partridge and a seasonal elk herd.
Located along the banks of one of Montana’s greatest fly fishing rivers, Yellowstone River House is conveniently placed midway between Yellowstone National Park and the town of Livingston. Whether you are into fishing, hunting, horseback riding or simply enjoying the outdoors, Yellowstone River House is the perfect base camp.
Tucked away in the northern Gallatin Valley and close to Bozeman, this property provides a very peaceful setting with multiple homesites to choose from and 360-degree views in all directions. Boasting .4± miles of both sides of Dry Creek on the property, as well as productive range land and tremendous hunting for mule deer, antelope and elk as well as upland birds, this is a rare find.
Approximately .8± miles of Clear Creek flows through the east side of this property, providing an excellent water resource and habitat. There are several possible home sites on the property that would provide tremendous views of the Beartooth Mountains, Red Lodge Mountain Resort, Crazy Mountains, Pryor Mountains and on clear days, one can see all the way to the Snowy Mountains.
This ranch is located just north of Three Forks, Montana and lies along the south bank of the Missouri River. The ranch varies from deep juniper canyons to a lush riparian bottom along the river corridor which spans over 1± mile.
The Castle Mountain Homestead is a rare offering in this remarkably beautiful and genuinely Montana setting. The 600± acres lie within the Lewis and Clark National Forest on the northeastern slopes of the Castle Mountains. The ranch offers hunting for elk, deer, black bear and mountain grouse.
With magnificent view sheds protected by surrounding BLM and State land and world-renowned fishing on one of the finest stretches of the Madison River, Bear Trap Canyon Ranch is a desirable location for a retreat or residence.
This property combines the ultimate private fishing escape with close proximity to the university town of Bozeman, Montana. Family fun and incredible fishing and hunting are just a few steps out the front door of this River House!
The proximity of Fleshman Creek 240 to Yellowstone Park, along with Livingston and Bozeman, contribute to the attractiveness and value of the ranch coupled with a plethora of wildlife on the property. For these reasons, it is difficult to imagine an investment that will provide more enjoyment while at the same time remain one of the most sought after and finite products in the real estate investment world.