Can you imagine the stealth and size of the game that roam across unoccupied land, land has no legal access to it? These 160 acres have those distinct land variations with compelling scenic views. There are draws and treelined contours providing rugged habitat for big game and water filled coulee bottoms. This area truly has it all! Locals know this area to be high quality for hunting experiences because of the size and magnitude of the game being harvested, and those out of area hunters realize the value of hunting in this area too. Hunting district 426 is where the property is located and surrounding districts are well known for excellent hunting as well. Some of the best bighorn sheep hunting in the state happens here, and the permits are coveted due to the quality of sheep with records to document it. Elk flock to this area to breed, have calves, and winter. There are abundant populations of mule and white-tailed deer.
Listing Agent: Trampus Corder
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