$7,790,000

Spear U Ranch

Springer, New Mexico

The sweeping grasslands of northeastern New Mexico seem to have been created with cattle ranching in mind, and the Spear U Ranch, just outside of Springer, encompasses some of the best.

Acres: 9363

Cattle Ranch, Horse Property, Hunting Ranch

$7,790,000

Acres: 9363

Cattle Ranch, Horse Property, Hunting Ranch

$2,200,000

Thunder Ranch

Rociada, New Mexico

Whether your interest lies in horses, trout fishing, birding or even golf, the recreation-rich Thunder Ranch in northern New Mexico is a mountain retreat tailored to the passions of your life.

Acres: 383

Fly Fishing Property, Horse Property, Recreational Ranch

$2,200,000

Acres: 383

Fly Fishing Property, Horse Property, Recreational Ranch

$1,900,000

Banderitas Creek Ranch

Ocate, New Mexico

The wildlife-rich Banderitas Creek Ranch is situated along the meandering banks of Banderitas Creek and the Ocate River in northern New Mexico, just 60 miles south of the Colorado border.

Acres: 3550

Cattle Ranch, Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$1,900,000

Acres: 3550

Cattle Ranch, Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$8,100,000

Northside Ranch

Taos, New Mexico

Northside Ranch New Mexico: A true mountain property located in one of New Mexico’s most iconic valleys, Northside Ranch is a treasure chest of recreational opportunities.

Acres: 1227

$8,100,000

Acres: 1227

$25,000,000

Broken Butt Ranch

Chama, New Mexico

Never before offered on the market, the Broken Butt Ranch easily qualifies as one of the largest remaining elk-rich mountain ranches in the state.

Acres: 16309

Cattle Ranch, Hunting Ranch

$25,000,000

Acres: 16309

Cattle Ranch, Hunting Ranch

$8,400,000

Canada del Oso Ranch

Angel Fire, New Mexico

Privacy that is second to none, mountain canyons that teem with big game, several live streams and a spectacular new home/lodge make the Canada del Oso (Canyon of the Bear) Ranch between Angel Fire and Taos one of the premier mountain hunting properties in northern New Mexico.

Acres: 4878

$8,400,000

Acres: 4878

$13,000,000

Horse Springs Ranch

Datil, New Mexico

Southwestern living just doesn’t get any better than it does at the magnificent Horse Springs Ranch on the eastern slope of the Mangas Mountains in scenic Catron County, New Mexico.

Acres: 24000

$13,000,000

Acres: 24000

$8,995,000

PLC Ranch

Pie Town, New Mexico

Located in the midst of an ecosystem renowned for producing massive elk, this New Mexico ranch for sale has been called by Wayne Carlton “one of the best elk places in the world.”

Acres: 14858

$8,995,000

Acres: 14858


Why Buy a Fishing Ranch in New Mexico?

New Mexico should be on the top of your fishing property location considerations list mainly because of the reasons we’ve just mentioned. When you think of Rocky Mountain trout fishing, New Mexico probably isn’t the first state that comes to mind, and that is the case for a lot of people. As others flock to the more popular trophy trout fishing states like Montana and Wyoming, New Mexico is significantly less crowded with fishermen trying to hook their catch of a lifetime.

However, just because New Mexico is less popular when it comes to fishing, does not mean it’s not productive. Owning your own New Mexico fishing ranch gives you the same opportunities for world-class brown trout, rainbow trout, and brook trout fishing. In fact, considering the smaller amount of competition, you probably have a higher chance of success per fishing trip than other ranch owners to the North.

Where is the Best Trout Fishing in New Mexico?

Top-notch fishing can be found throughout the entire state, however, Taos is considered the epicenter of prime trout fishing in New Mexico. The Upper Rio Grande River allows for perfect trophy trout fishing conditions, while other smaller streams also offer great fishing when the big river is flowing less heavily.

Other popular trophy fishing spots include the northwestern San Juan River, the Cimarròn River which is perfect for beginners in the spring because it’s unaffected by snowmelt, and the Chama River.

Can I Make Money on a Fishing Property in New Mexico?

Yes you can. In fact, you can make money in more ways than one. Owning ranchland not only provides you with a chance to make a substantial short-term profit, but it also serves as a significant alternative form of investment.
The business you choose to run on your land, whether it be hunting, cattle, or fishing can stand to make you money in the short term. You can choose to sell the fish you catch on your land, or rent the property out to people looking for a fun, recreational activity in the summer. You can also choose to work as a guide and use your private land. All of these options can make you a steady, short-term income.

Long term, the land you own is an investment. Overtime, the acreage will appreciate with the local market, so when, or if, you ever choose to sell your ranch, you can sell it for more than you originally paid and collect a substantial profit.

Find Your Dream New Mexico Fishing Property with Harrigan Land

New Mexico has a lot to offer when it comes to ranchland, and we want to help you find the dream ranch you’re looking for. Our New Mexico fishing ranches for sale can help you escape the peak season crowds and will still offer some of the best Rocky Mountain fishing right in your backyard.

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