Flint Creek Ranch’s locale is a mountainous valley 50± miles east of Missoula, Montana, and 3± miles outside the town of Drummond, Montana. The property comprises approximately 200± acres of lush sub-irrigated meadows, rich riparian bottomland, and beautiful Flint Creek Mountain Range panoramic views. Flint Creek traverses through the ranch for 1± mile on both sides of the stream. Private land surrounds the property with limited access.
A building site has been established on the property overlooking a 0.75± acres developed pond. A few trees provide shade and a perfect location for picnics and fishing on the pond. The current owner also improved streambanks to enrich the fishing habitat and the creek’s ecosystem.
Flint Creek is one of the best-kept fishing secrets in Montana. While not as well-known as nearby Rock Creek (within 15± minutes) or the Clark’s Fork River (within 5± minutes), Flint Creek offers excellent fishing for quality trout. Flowing out of Georgetown Lake, Flint Creek winds down a steep canyon near the small town of Phillipsburg, Montana, before spilling into the mountain valley. Flint Creek meanders through the lush valley among thick willows, cottonwoods, and sub-irrigated meadows before dumping into the Clark’s Fork River at Drummond, Montana. In addition to Flint Creek, the abundantly diverse property has two more spring creeks and fertile wetlands within its boundaries. The wetlands support mixed, year-round fishery and waterfowl.
The ranch has a natural cover, water, and food, which provides excellent waterfowl and deer hunting. The endless acres of multiple nearby National Forests present outstanding big game hunting for deer, elk, and other big game.