This hidden gem lies at the entrance to the Hoback Canyon and 20 minutes from Jackson Hole, surrounded by majestic mountains and bordered for well over a ½ mile by the scenic Hoback River. For more details on this exceptional fly fishing offering, take a look at the Wyoming ranch for sale known as the River Bend Refuge.
Here are a few photos taken while duck hunting last weekend of a beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming sunrise. Even if you are not a hunter, everyone should experience a sunrise in the Rockies at least once in a lifetime.
The abundant wildlife of Rome Hill Ranch adds magnificent value to the overall ranch experience. Elk hunting is tremendous with the average herd ranging from 300 to 800 elk. In 2010, it is said that a game warden counted upwards of 1,200 elk on the ranch. The genetics of the herd coupled with the prime habitat of the ranch provide the ideal situation for large bull elk. Hunting has been managed and patrolled by 2 outfitters in the past to ensure quality animals. In 2011, a heavy 7×7 bull was taken by a local high school student. Take a look at a few of these recent trophy shots and see for yourself the rewards of elk hunting on the Rome Hill Ranch. » Read more: Elk Hunting on the Rome Hill Ranch
The property consists of 164 deeded acres that are completely surrounded by national forest and boasts ¾ mile of Fall Creek. A rare offering due to its size and location, Fall Creek Ranch is rich in scenery, privacy and wildlife and is conveniently located 15 minutes from downtown Wilson, Wyoming. A luxury 5,200 sqft log home offers high-end finishes while providing complete comfort. Additional improvements include a guest lodge, fishing cabin, manager’s home and equestrian facilities. Private fishing for native cutthroat trout is available onsite in Fall Creek that meanders through the property. Click here to read more on the Fall Creek Ranch…
Offering Price is $10,700,000
New Listing Coming Soon! – Prairie Song Farm, Iowa
By: Tate Jarry, Broker
If you are like me, an avid fly fisherman who often plans a seasonal trip to a destination trout fishery, I would venture to guess that Iowa is not on your short list of states to spend time wetting a line. It certainly didn’t make my list unless we are talking about fly fishing with a 10-weight for musky. A recent visit to the northeast corner of the state and a 2-day fishing experience on the spring creeks of Prairie Song Farm have changed my opinion of the fly fishing opportunities found in the Midwest as well as my list of destination trout fisheries.
Here are a few pictures of my recent trip and depiction of the fishery located on Prairie Song Farm.
Jackson Hole One Fly
An event celebrating fly fishing, and dedicated to the betterment of trout and trout habitat.
Comprised of 5,501 varied acres, this legacy ranch is surrounded by the iconic Wind River, Gros Ventre, and Wyoming mountain ranges. Bisected by 7 miles of both sides and 1 ½ miles of one side of the famed upper Green River, the Carney Ranch teems with ample wildlife. With over 3 ½ miles of public land boundary, this ranch also provides access to countless pristine acres. » Read more: Wyoming Legacy Ranch – The Carney Ranch
We tried our luck on the Flat Creek in the National Elk Refuge yesterday, and it was a blast. Flat Creek is a unique stretch of water that grants anglers with a beautiful view of the Teton Range. With the tall grass that lines the bank of the water, anglers are forced to sneak up as close to the bank as possible and camouflage themselves in order to not be seen by the fish. The only fish of the day was caught while laying down on the grassy bank in order to hide from the fish that was rising just 10 feet away. Flat Creek gives you the same feeling as an early morning hunt because the angler must walk lightly along the bank looking for rises, but still remaining incognito from the finicky trout.
Wright Cox, Live Water Properties Associate
We took a recent trip to the Gold Ranch just outside of Rexburg, Idaho. Pulling into the property, we arrived at a bridge with a water diversion known as the Texas Slough to those who have been fortunate enough to fish these waters. This turned out to be the “Gold-en” fishing hole of the day as we pulled out hogs, merely 10 yards away from where we parked the car.
Waking up at 4 A.M. is only enjoyable if the woods or the river is involved. We watched the sunrise as we traveled over the Teton Pass on our way to fish Montana Live Water. We had big plans to enjoy the next two days fishing the waters of Montana for the first time. It proved to be an angler’s heaven. With turn-offs and public access to waters around every corner, we were amazed at how much passion the entire state of Montana has for fishing. » Read more: Montana Fly Fishing Trip