The Mann Creek Ranch is what a western grazing ranch should look like. When the land produces good grass for cattle, that also makes for prime habitat for wildlife! The 6080± acres borders the Hitt Mountains to the north along having 3 year-round creeks running through the ranch and over 40 ponds and reservoirs. The ranch will graze up to 450 pair or over 1,000 yearlings from mid-April through October. The ranch takes in 6.5 miles of land north to south and 2 miles east to west, consisting of multiple drainages and wonderful wildlife habitat that supports good elk numbers, deer, bear, turkeys and upland birds consisting of quail, huns and chuckars.
The property has wonderful grazing which translates into ideal wildlife habitat. The 6,080± acres has elk, mule deer, bear, turkey and a number of upland game birds along with many species of birds and small game. The property is located in hunting unit #31 in the Brownlee Zone. The Archery elk and deer season opens Aug 30th and runs through the month of September. This is an over the counter tag and the hunting on the ranch can be special, to say the least. Rifle hunts are a controlled tag, keeping the number of hunters at a minimum. The Mann Creek Ranch is eligible for landowner tags and unit 31 is known for bulls taken in the 350 class.
Ranches rarely come on the market for a low asking price of $818 per acre.