Fly Fishing Ranch For Sale – Monster Lake Ranch

October 30, 2012 by Haley Leave a reply »

Comprised of 3,248.4 acres as part of the ranch headquarters in Park County, and 640 acres of rangeland located on Fifteen Mile Creek in Big Horn County, Monster Lake Ranch controls 3,888.4 total acres. The ranch is appropriately named after Monster Lake, a 180-acre lake that is well known for producing “monster” trout.  Historically, the ranch charged a daily rod fee to the public for the opportunity to catch one of the huge trout on Monster Lake. Also located on the ranch is Quick Lake, a 100-acre impoundment that has produced its fair share of trophy trout.  Both of these lakes have an abundance of aquatic food sources allowing the trout to truly become “monsters”. Wildlife is plentiful with Pronghorn antelope, Mule and Whitetail deer, Chukar partridge, Hungarian partridge and waterfowl frequently seen on the ranch as well as the adjacent BLM and state land. Monster Lake Ranch has approximately 550 acres available for irrigation and has a system of concrete ditches and gated pipe.  Improvements include 5 homes, barns, corrals, shop and large equipment storage shed. Located 8 miles from Cody, Monster Lake Ranch is an extraordinary opportunity to own a world-class fishery and sporting property that offers beautiful mountain views, abundant wildlife, nice improvements and two lakes with “monster” trout.

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