The Ranch is situated between the Flint, Garnet, and the John Long Mountain Ranges. Currently (WRR) is being managed as a cow/calf operation. One mile of the Little Blackfoot River delineates the northern boundary of the ranch and offers great fishing opportunities for brown and rainbow trout. The ground along the river is lush and flood irrigated, and produces quality grass hay. Water is diverted upstream on the Little Blackfoot River and flows via irrigation ditches onto the property. The ranches terrain on the upper bench is best described as rolling grassy hills with patches of timber creating a great habitat for ungulates, due to the balance of feed and cover.
Whether you’re enjoying a late afternoon hike, an extended horseback ride, an evening of hunting, or fishing the early morning hours on any one of the many trout streams in the area, you’ll find yourself in absolute paradise on this ranch. However you chose to enjoy these wide-open spaces and inspiring panoramic views, you’ll soon realize why you’ve chosen to live in Montana.