The Foley Butte Ranch… 32,376± acres of timberland, creeks, meadows, mountains and spectacular hunting. This 50± square miles of private hunting heaven is located in Central Oregon's highly covete....
Just 29± miles north of Bozeman, the 3,731± acre Crazy Elk Ranch is nestled atop the Horseshoe Hills in a private mixed and mature Douglas fir forest with views stretching as far as the eye can see ....
The contiguous 24,337 acre Rudio Mountain Ranch is located in Grant County, Oregon, between the North Fork John Day and the John Day River drainages, and near the riverfront communities of Dayville an....
Kinzua Ranch, a reputation timberland ranch runs across 32,000± contiguous, deeded acres and is highly regarded for its privacy, careful timber management, extensive grazing resources, abundant water....
Fay Ranches is honored to bring the Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River to market. Nestled at the base of the continental divide in north-central Idaho, the Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi....
The Montana Little Valley Ranch is a historic mountain ranch in western Montana. Located in the scenic Avon Valley, about 50± miles from Helena, the core of the ranch’s 12,750± deeded acres and 10....
Ever dream of owning your own “Empire?” This is it! You will never get tired of the expansive horizons and towering vistas of this amazing ranch, which has been in the same family for 90+ year....
It is no secret that Americans love spending times outdoors hunting, fishing, and catching game. If you're looking for different hunting or fishing properties for sale, look no further than American Farm & Ranch. We have all different properties available for every hunting or fishing enthusiast including deer hunting property for sale, Elk hunting property for sale, Fly fishing ranches for sale, and Live water ranches.
But each property has its own features to look for if you are interested in purchasing. Below, we've outlined some basic criteria for you.
Make sure to look for:
1. An established food and water source.
2. Cover. Deer like to hide in dense areas, and if there aren't any available they will most likely run someplace else.
3. Quality of deer. You do not want to invest your time in poorly fed, weak deer.
Consider these factors when hunting elk:
1. Elk migrate seasonally. Consequently, different elevations are crucial so your elk do not move to another area in their migration.
2. Cover. Just like the deer, elk require dense trees and forests.
3. Elk Sanctuaries. Some areas may protect elk from hunting which may provide for good opportunities for neighboring properties - Also be aware of tag availability.
Fish are a lot less mobile than elk and deer in that they are contained in bodies of water. Look for these different details when you're checking out properties:
1. Different bodies of water. You will want a versatility in the amount of fish available on your ranch. Rivers, lakes, and ponds are all good, the longer the better.
2. Water rights. You want to make sure that the lake or pond is legal and you have the legal right to store the water.
3. Good water structures. Fish need structures in the water to provide protection and spawning areas.