Eastern Montana recreational property! 800' of the Musselshell River run through this 20.02 acres. The fishing is tremendous in the river and you are only a short distance to lake fishing on Fort Peck Reservoir. Whitetail & mule deer frequent the property as well as a vast amount of pheasants! This is a great piece of property that offers Montana beauty and seclusion near ... View Details   Visit Website
3170 +/- deeded acres with a mile of the Musselshell River running through it. 4 miles S of Mosby, MT and 125 miles NE of Billings, MT. 800 farmland with 200 acres under irrigation. Modest home with 50’ X 48’ heated shop. Good access year-round. 10-12‘ of a large gravel bed available and mineral rights transfer with the sale. The ranch has a wonderful varied terrain... View Details
Possibly the best archery elk hunting in America. Carefully managed for decades, elk from the Missouri River Breaks congregate here by the hundreds during the rut. 411 ½ and a 402 bulls have been taken. About a dozen Pope and Young bulls are harvested annually on deeded land! Deer, turkeys, and pheasants also have huge populations. This 10,390 acre Central Montana... View Details   Visit Website
Remote 20 acres that borders state public land! Missouri Breaks area off Stage road approximately 30 miles northeast of Winnett and about 8 miles north of Highway 200. Power is over a mile away, phone to lot. Scattered pine trees and lots of public land for hunting mule deer, turkeys, antelope and even elk!! Call today to get more photos and directions. Access can be ... View Details   Visit Website
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