Posts Tagged ‘jackson hole’

Noteworthy Achievements!

February 6th, 2014

Thank you to everyone we’ve worked with over the years. We value each and every relationship. Together, we’ve accomplished the following:

  • We’ve closed over $1 BILLION in ranch sales since our inception in 2001 (currently at $1,046,000,000)
  • In the past 12 months, we’ve sold 5 ranches between $14M – $28M each
  • We’ve sold 70 of our own ranch listings in the past 3 years

Recent Sales Data by Year:
2012 – $178 Million | 2013 – $186 Million

And, Congratulations to our Broker Team for their excellent work!

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A Wyoming Sunrise

November 14th, 2013

Here are a few photos taken while duck hunting last weekend of a beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming sunrise. Even if you are not a hunter, everyone should experience a sunrise in the Rockies at least once in a lifetime.

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Unique Legacy Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Fall Creek Ranch

October 10th, 2013

Fall Creek Ranch

The property consists of 164 deeded acres that are completely surrounded by national forest and boasts ¾ mile of Fall Creek. A rare offering due to its size and location, Fall Creek Ranch is rich in scenery, privacy and wildlife and is conveniently located 15 minutes from downtown Wilson, Wyoming. A luxury 5,200 sqft log home offers high-end finishes while providing complete comfort. Additional improvements include a guest lodge, fishing cabin, manager’s home and equestrian facilities. Private fishing for native cutthroat trout is available onsite in Fall Creek that meanders through the property. Click here to read more on the Fall Creek Ranch…

Offering Price is $10,700,000

Wyoming Legacy Ranch – The Carney Ranch

August 21st, 2013

Comprised of 5,501 varied acres, this legacy ranch is surrounded by the iconic Wind River, Gros Ventre, and Wyoming mountain ranges. Bisected by 7 miles of both sides and 1 ½ miles of one side of the famed upper Green River, the Carney Ranch teems with ample wildlife. With over 3 ½ miles of public land boundary, this ranch also provides access to countless pristine acres. » More: Wyoming Legacy Ranch – The Carney Ranch

Cruisin’ the Snake

November 7th, 2012

 

Beckett and Sydney

This October day smelled of fresh pumpkins and drying leaves as young anglers Sydney Smith and Beckett Maher took to the Snake River for adventure.  The gleaming sun warmed the water, awakening the trout.  Long-time Jackson guide Scott Smith navigated the drift boat.  There were animal sightings and the intermittent cry…”Trout on!  Raise the tip.”  » More: Cruisin’ the Snake

Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited Clean-up Day

June 11th, 2012

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In May 2012, members and friends joined the Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited (JHTU) board in giving their time to clean up Flat Creek during the Town of Jackson’s Spring Clean Up.

It’s hard not to make friends when you are walking along your town stream and straining to find trash on the shores of Flat Creek. This stream project takes place once a year; the banks were relatively clean. The water ripples by, almost imperceptibly rising with spring run-off. However the current is ripe with foam, places where trout will break the surface for a dry fly come July. » More: Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited Clean-up Day

The Historic Dell Fork Ranch – Bondurant, WY

February 27th, 2012

This jewel of a historic ranch has everything the legendary West has to offer, including two miles of private trout-filled streams packed into its 127 acres. The Historic Dell Fork Ranch is 30 miles from Jackson Hole, which offers four golf courses, luxury dining and world-class skiing. The pioneering traditions have been preserved on the Dell Fork, including the original homesteader’s cabins, barns and bunkhouse.  They are beautifully restored while incorporating all of the modern day conveniences.  The Historic Dell Fork Ranch also boasts a newly-constructed, custom handcrafted log cabin for guests.  The ranch is located at the base of the 11,600-foot Gros Ventre Mountains and is directly adjacent to the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Wilderness areas. Hiking and equestrian trailheads lead directly from the ranch to spectacular waterfalls, hot springs and rarely fished timberline lakes.  » More: The Historic Dell Fork Ranch – Bondurant, WY

Bar Cross Ranch – Incredible Wyoming Sporting Property

January 6th, 2012

A rare offering due to its size, the Bar Cross Ranch consists of 12,045 deeded acres, 1,440 acres of state lease, 15,711 of adjacent National Forest grazing allotment and 3,587 of BLM allotment, for a total of 32,783 acres. The ranch is located 12 miles northwest of Pinedale and one hour southeast of Jackson Hole with dramatic views of three mountain ranges. This sporting property borders the Bridger-Teton National Forest, BLM, and State lands that provide thousands of additional acres of recreational land. Bar Cross has been used for hay production and cattle grazing in the past. Private trophy trout fishing abounds on approximately 3 miles of the New Fork River and 7 miles of Willow Creek that flow through the ranch. A private 40-acre lake and several small ponds are stocked with large trout and are fed by natural springs. » More: Bar Cross Ranch – Incredible Wyoming Sporting Property

Hunting Bison in the Shadow of the Tetons

December 1st, 2011

Live Water Properties Broker, Matt MacMillan, grins as he poses with his prized buffalo. Jackson, Wyoming’s National Elk Refuge is one of the few places in the US where you can hunt free ranging wild bison. Matt pulled a special tag with limited permits this hunting season. The refuge suggests hunters pass a bison identification exam available online as a tool to help hunters differentiate between bulls and cows. A one to two-year-old bull and a mature cow are difficult to distinguish. To learn more about how you can go bison hunting in the shadow of the Tetons, click here.

A Saturday in September: Fishing on the Snake River

September 21st, 2011

By: Macye Maher
Today Beckett (5) and I went with Scott Smith and fished from the dam at Jackson Lake to Pacific Creek.  It was epic.  A chilly wind and powerful sunshine created a decadent fishing atmosphere.  Beckett caught three cutthroat on a dry fly, all of which just surprised Scott and me to no end.  The cast grew better and better.  The first cutty took on a skating fly and the other two we watched very visual trout “takes”, and when we told Beckett to set, he did urgently.  He fought them well, and afterwards gave thumbs up and a smile.  He is a patient and happy angler, loves the boat and went barefoot the whole day. 

To fish with Scott Smith e-mail ssflyfish@rocketmail.com
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