Clear Springs Ranch boasts 306± deeded acres with about a mile of springs about five minutes south of Whitehall, Montana. Outstanding views of the Tobacco Root and Highland Mountains surround the property. The prolific wildlife habitat on the ranch attracts a substantial population of white-tailed deer, turkey, pheasant, and waterfowl, making it a recreational dream for the enthused angler and hunter. This property is at the center of trout fishing in Montana and the United States, with tremendous angling for trophy trout in multiple nearby rivers. The Jefferson River, just down the road from Clear Springs Ranch, is one of the many world-famous trout streams in Southwest Montana and is formed by the confluence of the Ruby, Beaverhead, and Big Hole Rivers just north of Twin Bridges. The Jefferson meets the Madison and Gallatin Rivers downstream near Three Forks, where it becomes the mighty Missouri River. Clear Springs Ranch holds tremendous potential for a spring creek enhancement project should the next owner choose; the ranch is a relatively blank canvas with unlimited potential for recreational development. Clear Springs Ranch is a tremendously productive property for various wildlife, including white-tailed deer, turkey, pheasant, waterfowl, and the occasional moose. Stunningly beautiful, this property sits in the shadows of the Tobacco Root and Highland Mountains. In addition to the recreation opportunities on the ranch, the surrounding area provides some of the most incredible hunting and fishing options available in the U.S. Just minutes away, the Jefferson River is well-known for its exceptional brown and rainbow trout fishery.