Rocking Bar Ranch Wyoming

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For Sale $9,950,000.00 - Cattle Ranch, Fly Fishing Property, Hunting Ranch
15000 Acres 10 Bedrooms 8 Bathrooms 3 Garages
 
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Rocking Bar Ranch Wyoming: Finding a ranch that is the “perfect trifecta” of hunting, fishing and cattle production is as scarce as uncontentious politics these days, but the remarkable Rocking Bar Ranch just outside of Meeteetse, Wyoming, is just one such place. Located at about 6,000 feet and spreading across approximately 9,048 deeded acres of choice grasslands, riverine bottomlands and pine-studded hills at the base of the Absaroka Mountains, the Rocking Bar Ranch stands apart as a property operated in full harmony with its environment. Years of careful stewardship have maintained the health of nearly two miles of the cutthroat-filled Greybull River and a diversity of wildlife that represents the best of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. For those seeking a “full package” of proven cattle ranching, excellent big game hunting, wildlife viewing and world-class trout fishing, the Rocking Bar Ranch is unsurpassed.

Partially adjoining the historic town of Meeteetse, Wyoming, the Rocking Bar Ranch preserves an environment that benefits cattle, trout and wildlife. Big game hunting on this Wyoming ranch is superb, especially for trophy whitetail deer, mule deer, and elk (350+ inch bulls have been taken) but antelope, black bear and mountain lions are also present in good numbers. This Wyoming cattle and hunting ranch qualifies for coveted Wyoming landowner deer, elk and antelope tags. Large herds of big game will routinely be seen placidly enjoying the rich grasslands of the Rocking Bar Ranch.

The Greybull River, which flows through 1.9 miles of the ranch, also attests to the unspoiled West. The Greybull supports what many biologists consider the best remaining genetically pure populations of Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout, direct descendants from the fish that lived here when the land was still the domain of the Shoshone Indians. Benefitting from superb water quality and a healthy riparian environment, many cutthroats on the ranch routinely grow in excess of 20 inches. Unlike most western streams, the Greybull has never been stocked with rainbow or brown trout or other exotic species, and thus offers a native fishing experience almost vanished throughout the remainder of the West.

In addition to its 9,048 deeded acres, the Rocking Bar Ranch includes over 6,000 acres of BLM and State grazing leases. The Rocking Bar Ranch has historic water rights capable of irrigating approximately 500 acres and producing 1,500-2,000 tons of hay annually. The ranch can support 400+ cow/calf pairs year-round.

Scarcely a good cast away from the banks of the Greybull rises a finely-finished, 3,800-square-foot custom home with four bedrooms, four baths and an oversized garage. Near the original ranch headquarters lies a 1,352-square-foot calving shed, corrals, and a remodeled 1,304 square-foot home built in 1910. In addition, a 3,937-square-foot modular home with a finished walkout basement is located in a very private setting up Spring Creek, and a second modular overlooking the ranch meadows is available for guests. The amazing snow-capped Absaroka Mountains serve as a scenic backdrop throughout the property.

The Rocking Bar Ranch is easily accessible year-round by paved road from Meeteetse (a classic Western town complete with wooden boardwalks), just across the river. The resort town of Cody (eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park) is only 30 minutes away, and offers excellent commercial air service.

“Meeteetse” is a Shoshone word meaning “meeting place.” Harrigan Land Company believes that the Rocking Bar Ranch is where ranching and environmental stewardship meet. The results for wildlife, trout and cattle are impressive, and we’d be happy to show the Rocking Bar to those seriously in search of the remaining rare corners of the unspoiled West.

 

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