Experience – With over 30 years of experience in the fly fishing, hunting, and ranch real estate industries, Dave and Hunter Harrigan have cast a line on some of the finest trout streams and released an arrow in some of the choicest elk country in the Mountain West. As avid outdoorsmen and ranch owners ourselves, we live what we sell. Whether it’s finding your trophy fly fishing property or selling your world-class hunting ranch, we have the experience and expertise to get the job done right. Dave and Hunter work together on every transaction, and our team philosophy coupled with our unmatched network of trusted professionals sets us apart from the competition. The team approach offered by Dave and Hunter give their clients the attention, time, and professionalism of a boutique brokerage, as well as, the marketing power, network, and results unmatched by even the country’s largest ranch brokerages.
About Dave – Dave Harrigan has invested 25 years of traveling the mountains and high plains throughout the Rockies to successfully link buyers and sellers of quality hunting and fishing properties through Harrigan Land Company. A passion for the outdoors runs deep in Dave’s background. He was raised hunting and fishing in Oklahoma, and he graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1984. After enjoying time as a professional baseball catcher in the Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago Cubs organizations, Dave co-founded the Rocky Mountain Angling Club with Don Hart in 1992 and was responsible for leasing over 70 fly fishing properties in Colorado and Wyoming. Today, Dave lives in the foothills of Colorado with his wife and Bernese Mountain Dog. Whenever he can, Dave grabs his fly rod or bow and heads for the high country.
About Hunter – Hunter Harrigan, Dave’s son, joined Harrigan Land Company in 2006. With a degree in Business Management, Hunter brings solid business skills and his own love for the outdoors to Harrigan Land Company. Born and raised in Colorado, Hunter grew up at home in the outdoors through fishing, bow hunting, skiing and camping. Baseball also runs in the Harrigan blood, and Hunter formerly played ball in the Texas Rangers’ organization. Today, Hunter and his wife are raising their sons to love the Mountain West as much as they do.