Licensed in: MT, WY
A ranch real estate agent in south-central Montana, Dane spent his formative years on the family ranch near Luther, Montana. Early on, he learned the benefits of hard work and the satisfaction that comes from growing up on a Montana ranch and the values instilled from that lifestyle. He attended Red Lodge High School and Montana State University in Bozeman, graduating in 2003 with a degree in Consumer Science.
Surrounded by the beautiful mountains of south-central Montana, some 60 miles from Yellowstone National Park, Dane learned the outdoor skills of hunting and fishing, becoming an expert in both big game and bird hunting, as well as a highly skilled fly fisherman. These activities impressed upon him the importance of nature and of protecting it with reasonable conservation and management efforts that will preserve the beauty of Montana.
While still attending college, Dane started an agricultural fencing business, spending his summers running a crew that provided fences for large-scale ranches. During that time, Dane developed strong contacts and relationships with his clients. He gained practical ranch operation experience managing the Willow Creek Ranch, an 8,500-acre irrigated/ dryland ranch running seven hundred fifty cow/calf Red Angus and six hundred fifty Blackface sheep. In addition to the normal duties of ranch management, Dane was responsible for the haying operation and management of six cowboys.
He brings a keen eye for farm and ranch real estate to the table and will always represent his clients with the highest professional standards in the acquisition or selling of farm and ranch property.
Dane resides outside Joliet, Montana, with his wife, Wendy, his son, and his four beautiful daughters. In addition to selling farm and ranch property, Dane also raises horses and yellow labs. He enjoys passing down equestrian skills, as well as hunting, fishing, camping, and recreation with his wife and kids.
4 Active Properties Listed by Dane Reed
This Montana ranch has 1,280± acres of BLM and State lease ground, dryland wheat fields, grazing, year-round Cottonwood Creek, and numerous seeps & springs. With world-class upland bird hunting for sharptailed grouse and Hungarian partridge, big mule deer, black bear, lion, bobcat, and antelope, the hunter will be in Heaven. The big canyons and coulees are famous for known dinosaur and fossil deposits. Grand views of the Pryor/Bighorn Mountains and the Eastern Rocky Mountain Front set the scene.
Agriculture, commercial, and recreational use are all possibilities for this Montana property. Located six miles north of Joliet, halfway between Billings and the quaint mountain ski town of Red Lodge. With approximately one-half mile of frontage on Rock Creek, good numbers of rainbow and brown trout are a joy to catch with a wet or dry fly. The agricultural side of the farm includes two separate irrigated fields that are currently planted in alfalfa grass, producing 5-6 tons per acre annually.
Located outside Roberts, Montana, and as the first private ranch below the Cooney State Park, this beautiful ranch provides open water year-round via the outlet of Cooney Reservoir on Red Lodge Creek. The year-round open water is a magnet for waterfowl during colder months. Red Lodge Creek offers exceptional fishing for rainbow, brown trout, and walleye. Pheasant, deer, black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, geese, sandhill crane, a variety of ducks, and the occasional elk inhabit the property.
World-class trout fishing and waterfowl hunting on this Montana riverfront land offer approximately 0.25 miles of water frontage of the Bighorn River. The two identical 2,000-square-foot luxury cabins on the ridge overlooking the river are located 1.5 miles outside Fort Smith, Montana. At the foot of Yellowtail Dam and the surrounding Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, it has ample opportunities for water sports on the lake and camping in the seclusion of the wild Montana wilderness.
1 Listings Sold by Dane Reed
This Montana lodge sits just one mile downstream of the Yellowtail Dam offering riverfront acres on one of the most iconic flyfishing tailwaters in the lower 48. With one of the highest concentrations of wild brown and rainbow trout per mile in the west, the Bighorn River is an angler’s paradise. The property has over 0.25 miles of river frontage, a gently rolling topography of chokecherry and buffalo berry bushes, willows and cottonwoods, a spring, and several small coulees.