Nestled in the heart of Powder River County, Montana, this ranch holds a special distinction as the location where the world record elk was taken in 2017, scoring an impressive 444 inches. Situated just 50 miles west of Broadus, 40 miles east of Ashland, 120 miles south of Miles City, and 163 miles from Billings, Montana’s largest city, the ranch provides a remote yet accessible setting. With full cell reception, it stands as a premium location for trophy elk, mule deer, whitetail, antelope, bears, turkeys, and upland game birds.

Encompassing 2,194 deeded acres, a 640-acre state lease, and an 80-acre BLM lease, the ranch is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. It shares borders with Custer National Forest, offering access to over 269,000 public land acres for recreation. The property features water sources from three windmills, three springs, Fire Creek, and Pumpkin Creek, creating seasonal creeks and mud wallows for wildlife. With diverse pasture divisions, the ranch has supported cattle in the past and comes with a range of improvements, including a house, cabin, bunkhouse, horse barn, corrals, equipment sheds, and a garage.

Boasting excellent cell phone coverage, mineral rights transfer, and a history of wildlife management, this ranch presents a unique opportunity as a remote hunting property, offering seclusion and ample space to sustain diverse wildlife populations. The property’s versatility, coupled with its rich natural resources, makes it a compelling investment in today’s market.

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