The Grasshopper Greek Ranch consists of 1,885+/- acres located at the confluence of Grasshopper Creek and the infamous Beaverhead River. An incredible recreational opportunity awaits a buyer looking for a one of a kind fishery with incredible potential for upland birds and big game. Grasshopper Creek meanders through the property for well over a mile before pouring into an excellent section of the Beaverhead River. The Beaverhead is one of North America’s most sought after tailwater fisheries and one can only imagine what the lower end of Grasshopper Creek must fish like being the Beaverhead River’s main spawning tributary. The Riparian bottom carves through the heart of the ranch offering irrigated meadows and willow lined banks providing an excellent food source and bedding area for the property’s resident big game species. There are a couple other hay meadows off the creek bottom and the remainder of the ranch is made up of native pasture spread throughout the beautiful rolling hills. A four bedroom, two bathroom house adorns the property and was fully remodeled not long ago. Not only is the property itself quite the recreational gem, but it borders thousands of BLM, State and Forest Service acres. The Beaverhead River dissects a small portion of the ranch and hopping on I-15 for 5 minutes can give you other public access points from Clark Canyon Dam to the town of Dillon, MT.
Courtesy of Keith Handlos with 18 Land Company.