Private Fly Fishing Properties for Sale
There is nothing more frustrating than showing up to your favorite fishing spot that you thought was a secret only to find you’re shoulder to shoulder with other fisherman all day long. The fish have retreated to deeper waters or found shelter under cliffs and your hopes of getting even just a bite have gone with them. Imagine avoiding the crowds, clutter, and competition of public fishing spots on your own land, with your own pond, lake, or stream that you can fish privately without having to worry about anyone else. On your own Rocky Mountain fishing ranch, that dream can become a reality. Harrigan Land has been helping western fishermen find and buy their dream fishing ranch throughout the Rocky Mountains region for decades, and with our experienced team, we can help you do the same. We know a good fishing ranch when we see one, and you can trust our team to help you find your dream ranch for an even better price.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$33,500,000 || 10,350 acres
The 10,000-plus acre Motherwell Ranch can rightfully lay claim as one of Colorado's legendary properties.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$25,000,000 || 14,000 acres
Lonesome Bear Ranch
A massive, wildlife-rich ranch situated within minutes of one of the finest ski resorts in the world sounds like a nearly unbelievable find in the twenty-first century, but the Lonesome Bear Ranch, a short drive from world-class skiing in Steamboat Springs, is no myth.
Laramie, Wyoming$20,975,000 || 26056 acres
Thunder River Ranch
"Magnificent" is the adjective that comes to mind when describing the Thunder River Ranch north of Laramie, Wyoming.
Montrose, Colorado$17,150,000 || 6600 acres
Storm King Ranch
Few indeed are spectacular Colorado mountain ranches that remain large, honest-to-goodness cattle and horse operations, but Storm King Ranch just south of Montrose is a rare jewel in that category.
Laramie, Wyoming$17,000,000 || 13400 acres
Point of Rocks Ranch
If ever a ranch was created for world-class hunting and fishing, this is surely it. Point of Rocks Ranch is over 21 square miles (approximately 13,400 acres) of well-tendered habitat that grows elk, mule deer, pronghorn and trout of proportions that are worthy of magazine covers.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$16,500,000 || 3745 acres
Only minutes west of Steamboat Springs, Ghost Ranch offers trophy fishing for wild rainbow and brown trout on the Yampa River, and excellent big game hunting on its 3,745 acres.
Cheyenne, Wyoming$14,750,000 || 20000 acres
Iron Mountain Ranch
Under one hour north of Cheyenne lies one of Wyoming's legendary ranches, equally famed for its history, cattle production, big game and fishing.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$14,750,000 || 797 acres
Sky River Ranch
“Magnificent” well describes both the setting and the remarkable home of Sky River Ranch, on the Elk River north of Steamboat Springs. The trout-filled Elk River runs through this this 797-acre property, home to large numbers of 14- to 18-inch brown and rainbow trout that entice even the most discriminating fly angler.
Kemmerer, Wyoming$11,950,000 || 200000 acres
Harrower Ranch includes approximately 5,100 deeded acres of land and over 200,000 acres of leased BLM and state lands in one sprawling package. The heart of the ranch is a long stretch of meadows along Fontenelle Creek, which include approximately 8 miles of trophy trout water and 700 irrigated acres.
Pagosa Springs, Colorado$10,750,000 || 760 acres
Hidden Lake Ranch
Set in the scenic foothills of the San Juans at about 9000 feet, Hidden Lake Ranch contains about three miles of improved stream that is favored by brown and rainbow trout that grow in excess of 20 inches.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$8,200,000 || 371 acres
Yampa River Ranch
Massive trout are the two words that get even the most jaded anglers excited about the Yampa River, specifically the section that flows through the 371-acre Yampa River Ranch just west of Milner, Colorado.
Creede, Colorado$7,950,000 || 241 acres
Broadacres Ranch, established in 1892, is approximately 241 acres of meadows and riparian woodland straddling both sides of the Rio Grande about 5 miles southwest of Creede.