Take a Look At Some of Our Great Montana Properties
Recreational ranches for sale in Montana come in a variety of sizes, types, and purposes. When choosing ranch land to purchase in Montana, you may be looking from different points of view. You may be looking for a family legacy property or you may seek a fly fishing or hunting ranch. Income-savvy ranch land buyers often desire a working cattle ranch, while others may be looking for a smaller acreage as a place to play part-time rancher, allowing time and space for travel, fishing, hunting or playing golf.
Montana fly fishing and hunting lodges and ranches can range from a variety of landscapes. From high-altitude, mountainous real estate with Alpine features to Riparian River frontage characteristics, or to flat land, irrigated ground to the Coulees of Eastern Montana, the state has a lot to offer. Recreational ranch properties for sale in Montana come with the promise of creating fond memories. There is no state like Montana, which is why locals call it the “Last Best Place.”
Montana ranch wildlife includes big game species like elk, moose, bighorn sheep, antelope, mule and whitetail deer. Predators include grizzly, black bear, mountain lion, wolves, and coyotes. Waterfowl and upland birds can be some of the best hunting in the lower 48 states. Depending on location and terrain preference, your Montana fly fishing and hunting lodge or ranch will have some or all these exciting creatures. Flyfish for big trout, go pheasant hunting and chase the wily wapiti, all in one day.
We love to help our clients find their Montana dreamland investments. If you are looking to make one of the most rewarding property investments in your life, contact us to buy your ranch in Montana and start making memories now.
Spear Big Hole River Ranch- Parcel 1 or 2 make up a premier property located astride the Big Hole River between Wisdom and Wise River. With copious amounts of frontage on one of the most prestigious free stone blue ribbon…
Bozeman, Montana. Private & Secluded Alpine Setting. Minutes from downtown Bozeman and the airport, this tranquil mountain setting sits on a private Forest Service road with trail access for hiking and XC skiing yards from the property. Nestled at the…
Horses, fly fishing, hunting and country living all wrapped up in an economical and beautiful place. This place located in Wolf Creek, Montana is the ideal place for a low entry level ranch price that gives you world class amenities.…
Have you been searching for the perfect Montana hideaway? Well your search ends right here. Picture yourself relaxing on the covered porch, listening to the sound of Bridger Creek while you enjoy the tranquil scenery and wildlife that frequent the…
From: Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Jan.16 / 2020
Hunters and anglers can expect a few changes this year when they buy their Montana hunting and fishing licenses starting March 1.
The most visible change Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks customers will see is a change to license paper. Starting this year, both licenses and carcass tags will be printed on normal-sized paper, and license buyers will be able to print them at home.
For years, FWP licenses and tags have been produced on weather-resistant paper. However, this paper is not only expensive, but requires printing technology so outdated that it’s almost impossible to replace. The switch to standard 8.5 by 11-inch paper will provide significant savings and ultimately be easier for those seeking Montana hunting and fishing licenses.
What this means is hunters won’t have to wait for special permits or licenses to come in the mail from FWP, but rather will be able to print them at home or at their local license provider.
This change also will reinforce the ability in Montana to have your license electronically on your mobile device and not printed out in your pocket. While carcass tags still need to be printed out, other licenses, such as a fishing license, do not. If checked in the field, this electronic version of your Montana hunting license is perfectly legal.
FWP recommends that people carry small plastic bags with them while hunting, and place validated carcass tags in the bags before attaching them to an animal. Small plastic bags ideal for this application will be available at all license providers, but any small sandwich bag will work.
Additionally, in 2020, hunters applying for Montana licenses or permits will be able to do so online or at an FWP office. Mail-in applications will no longer be accepted.
With modern technology, the number of online applications continues to steadily grow. Eighty-six percent of Montana hunters now choose this method. The small percentage of mail-in applications creates a time-consuming, expensive and inefficient delay in the license-drawing process. Mail-in applications must be entered manually in the licensing system, leaving room for human error and delays.
Customers who still look for written guidance to help them through the Montana hunting license application process will be able to find information sheets online or at an FWP office in the coming weeks. These information sheets will not be accepted as applications.
This simple change means that drawing results will now be available two weeks after the application deadline, rather than six weeks, allowing hunters to begin making plans for the upcoming season that much earlier.