Little Gunnysack Ranch Wyoming


Little Gunnysack Ranch Wyoming: Secluded among the fir, pine and aspen forests of Wyoming’s picturesque Box Elder Creek valley near Glenrock, the Little Gunnysack Ranch affords an enticing opportunity to own an excellent elk hunting property in one of Wyoming’s most coveted trophy areas, Area 7. Mule deer, turkey, bear, mountain lion and grouse thrive on the ranch’s 686 acres and the adjoining Medicine Bow National Forest, but the ranch is best known for its trophy bull elk, some of which score 370” and better.

Little Gunnysack Ranch currently qualifies for two landowner deer tags and two landowner elk tags in famed Area 7. Since the property adjoins one of the largest and most secluded public land blocks in Area 7, trophy hunting opportunities are excellent. In Area 7 the landowner elk and deer tags can be used on the ranch itself as well as on any public land within the unit. An additional attraction for hunters is a regulation that permits landowner tags to be used to hunt elk with a bow in September, and if unsuccessful, the same tags can be used during the later rifle seasons.

Anglers will find opportunities to fish in one of the tributaries of Little Gunnysack Creek that is located on the property, which is loaded with small brook trout. Nearby Box Elder Creek runs through miles of public land offering additional stream fishing for cuttthroat and brown trout. Good access and a modest log cabin with running water, a generator, and propane combine to make this a perfect hunting and fishing hideaway. Quality hunting properties such as this that are within an hour’s drive of Casper, are extremely rare finds. In our estimation, Little Gunnysack Ranch warrants a closer look if you’re in search of a secluded, yet accessible, mountain retreat, whether you’re planning to relax for the weekend or an entire season.

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