Colorado Fly Fishing Ranch on Tarryall Creek – Price Reduced in Time for Spring
Tarryall Creek flows through this scenic Colorado fly fishing ranch for sale in Tarryall Creek Valley. Crossbones Ranch on Tarryall Creek offers abundant wildlife, spectacular views, trout-filled river, and a golden tranquility. To lure new owners in time for spring, the present owners have reduced the price to $1,450,000. Could you be the new owner and happy angler?
Details – Crossbones Ranch at Tarryall Creek Colorado
Crossbones Ranch features the 30-foot wide Tarryall Creek winding through its 80 acres. Full of sizable rainbow and brown trout, it winds through the mountain ranch for three quarters of a mile with its moderate currents and steady hatches. At an elevation of about 8700 feet, the ranch lies in a rich grassy meadow, bordered by hills supporting stands of ponderosa pine and aspen.
Tarryall Valley Land
Crossbones Ranch features several private building sites, year-round paved access, and water and power access. The property comes with 2 cfs of water rights presently used to water the hay meadows. And there are no conservation easements restricting its uses.
Nearby Rocky Mountain Recreation
In addition to the stream fishing at Crossbones Ranch, surrounding recreation is unending. The beautiful ranch adjoins Pike National Forest. This means ample hunting for deer, elk, bear, mountain lion and bighorn sheep. It is also popular for mountain biking. Folks like to hike and ride horses into the rugged Lost Creek Wilderness and up to mountain peaks on the Tarryall Range.
Lake fishing is available at Tarryall Reservoir, just seven miles upstream. Offering good fishing from May to November, Tarryall Creek feeds Tarryall Reservoir before it meets the South Platte River. The reservoir is extremely popular. Anglers fish here searching for rainbows, browns, and pike. This is the place to use terrestrials, tricots, PMDs, caddis, and midges, and BWOs. At the inlet from Terry all Creek are some pools and riffles to apply flies and lures.
Scenic Tarryall Creek Valley is a photographer’s delight. Miners named the Tarryall region in 1959 when pea-sized gold nuggets were discovered along the creek. The March run off leads anglers towards prime-time Rocky Mountain fishing between July and September when fishers wade and float into easy dry fly fishing, often wearing only shorts and t-shirts. Then comes streamer season in the fall, October and November, when big brown trout can be lured with big flies.
Crossbones Ranch is an easy commute to Denver (90 minutes) and Colorado Springs (60 minutes). Only four miles away the small town of Tarryall. What a perfect location for a dream home or corporate retreat, a small recreational ranch and trophy fishing property! Other small ranches dot the valley.
To get more information about this wonderful Colorado fly fishing ranch, contact Dave Harrigan or Hunter Harrigan at Harrigan Land Company at (800) 524-1818. Specializing in large ranch and recreational properties in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Utah.