Duncan Clark


Duncan Clark grew up in a ranching family in West Texas where he gained a great deal of knowledge about cattle, wildlife, and how to manage and maintain range and wildlife habitat. With this background in the outdoors, Duncan quickly turned hunting, fishing, and the outdoors into a passion. Spending summers on his family’s ranch west of Laramie, Wyoming, Duncan became accustomed to the western lifestyle, especially big game hunting and fly fishing. His love for exploring the western states archery hunting Elk and Deer to fly fishing the many lakes, rivers, and streams in the west lead Duncan to moving to Colorado full time to attend school at Colorado State University. While attending school he spent most of his free time working on the ranch right up the road in Wyoming and going on hunting and fishing trips, gaining a great deal of knowledge of the land along the way. During his time in school he worked as a Fly Fishing and waterfowl guide traveling the country chasing fish and waterfowl meeting many people that shared the same passion for the outdoors. After graduating from Colorado State University with a degree in Real Estate & Finance, Duncan has found a career path in farm, ranch, and recreational real estate that combines his love for the outdoors and knowledge of real estate. With experience in all aspects of hunting, fishing, and the outdoors to growing up with a ranching background, he believes he has an edge when evaluating quality land or water around the country. Duncan is committed to assisting his clients in buying or selling land and consulting in range and wildlife habitat management. Duncan is a member of major conservation organizations such as Ducks Unlimited, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Trout Unlimited, and the National Wild Turkey Federation.
$1,650,000  •  35 acres
The Lodge at Diamond View boasts 35+/- deeded acres of timbered mountain land with an impressive 7,384+/- SF log home within the 4,242+/- Acre Fish Creek Ranch Preserve just north of the Wyoming border halfway between Laramie, Wyoming and Fort Collins, Colorado; both being under an hour drive away. With exceptional recreational characteristics and improvements this property is ready to go for the avid outdoorsman and is centrally located as a world-class sporting destination with commercial air service just a short drive away out of Denver and Laramie. The property sits approximately 7 miles west of US Hwy 287 just north of the Colorado/ Wyoming Border with year-round access on well-maintained roads.Fish Creek Ranch PreserveThe 4,242+/- Acre Fish Creek Ranch Preserve was developed as a luxurious shared amenity ranch with fourteen 35+/- Acre Homesteads leaving the remaining 3,752+/- Acres as a game preserve and recreational playground for homestead owners. With the purchase of a property within the Fish Creek Preserve an owner would receive a 1/14th divided interest in the community portions of the ranch including a variety of heavy equipment as well as the ranch manager's home, equipment barn, horse stables, and the land itself. With a full-time ranch manager who handles duties such as road maintenance, property maintenance, caring for horses, and watching over everything year-round, homeowners can feel at ease while away. The ranch is frequented with wildlife species such as Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, Eagles and a multitude of other wildlife species with the occasional Black Bear or Mountain Lion. The Fish Creek Ranch Preserve is one of the finest shared amenity ranches in the United States west and one quick drive around the wildlife-rich property would show why.ImprovementsPerhaps the greatest asset of the property is the tremendous custom-built log home boasting 7,384+/- SF of finished living space sitting on a tall timbered ridgeline with sprawling views of a large creek drainage, Diamond Peak and Roosevelt National Forest to the south. The quality, design and functionality is apparent in the lodge featuring 5 bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms with three levels of living space including a large great room, three car garage, large walkout basement with a media room and surround sound for entertainment, and guest quarters apartment above the garage. The lodge also boasts a tremendous deck and hot tub where one can walk out and capture the stunning views of the mountains and the wildlife rich area. The design and construction of the lodge is exceptional from the location to the layout to the well-built log construction it is hard to find a better layout for a luxury mountain home. The Lodge at Diamond View has everything one could want in a Rocky Mountain retreat. The property is being sold fully furnished making it ready to go for a future owner to step in and enjoy. Land and Recreational ResourcesThe entirety of the Fish Creek Preserve sits in a topographically diverse area of Southeast Wyoming with alpine valley prairie land rising gradually into mountainous ridgelines and ravines covered in Ponderosa and Lodgepole pine, along with Aspens and Willows in the spring-fed drainages. With the remaining 3,752+/- acres used as common grounds for the property owners, the recreational capabilities are endless with miles of hiking, snow shoeing, horseback riding and a thorough network of ATV and snowmobile trails. Along Fish Creek the main live-water drainage that winds its way through the property, seven ponds were strategically constructed for fishing. Fish Creek boasts a wild population of brook trout and some of the larger impoundments have regularly been stocked with healthy rainbow and brown trout. Intensive management of the fisheries coupled with the ideal elevation and steady hatches of bugs throughout the summer truly makes a world-class setting concerning stillwater fisheries with 20+ inch trout common. One would be hard pressed to find a better setting for the avid trout angler. With a private gate to access Colorado's Roosevelt National Forest just a short four-wheeler drive away, the recreational potential is endless with hundreds of thousands of acres of prime hunting and fishing habitat in the national forest. This part of the national forest sits in Colorado Game & Fish departments' game management unit 8 and offers up tags for Elk, Deer, and Bear with plenty of prime habitat to hunt and explore. Although limited there are nearby public lands in Wyoming with opportunities for Elk, Deer, and Pronghorn. The Lodge at Diamond View has every component that one could want in a luxurious mountain retreat with top-end improvements, a great location, and endless possibilities for recreation. Call for more information and to schedule a private showing today.
$2,048,000  •  1,280 acres
General Description: 1280+/- Acres of exceptional agricultural and recreational ground in Baca County approximately 13+/- miles Northeast of Springfield, Colorado with good access via maintained county roads coming off of US Hwy 287. Turks Pond Farm & Hunt is a superior example of a property with exceptional water, abundant wildlife habitat, and a proven agricultural operation. A diverse combination ranch in a unique location teeming with wildlife, hunting and fishing opportunities all combined with plenty of potential for an income stream due to its farming operation. Terrain & Water Resources: Turks Pond Farm & Hunt sits on the plains of southeast Colorado in an area known for its preeminent grassland and farmland. This property is highlighted by its exceptional stands of native grasses and farmland coupled with ravines draining the northern end of the property and bordering the 55+/- Acre Turk's pond reservoir. The soils on the property are great with large-scale agricultural operations being common in the area growing corn, milo, and a variety of small grains. The property has an abundance of ground water resources with 6 commingled irrigation wells. There is an impressive total 3087.5 acre-feet of commingled annual appropriated water. There are two pivot points in the 371+/- Acres of farmland which could easily be placed into operational use. The property also has 620+/- acres of ground that is enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. Overall, Turks Pond Farm & Hunt has a plethora of water resources and income potential along with the right blend of topography and wildlife to be a multifaceted investment property. Wildlife & Sporting Opportunities: With frontage on a 55+/- Acre reservoir Turk's Pond Farm & Hunt is the perfect combination property for all types of game animals and sport fish. The property is located in Colorado game management unit 139 with landowner tags available for deer and turkey with both species frequenting its grounds. The quality of deer in this area is superb with large whitetail and mule deer bucks feeding on agricultural fields and retreating to bedding cover. With the right blend of nesting, brooding, and escape cover the upland birds flourish on this piece of ground with strong populations of both pheasants and quail. The potential for upland game bird hunting on this property is endless with an existing strong population of birds and plenty of opportunity to create and improve the habitat in place with the strong supply of ground water. Waterfowl hunting on the property is world-class with tens of thousands of migrating ducks & geese using Turks Pond as a wintering spot, feeding on the numerous grain fields in the area. Turks pond has been well-known as a major refuge for waterfowl and was turned into a state wildlife area and waterfowl refuge. The fact that this property borders the refuge makes the idea of a waterfowl club or a valuable lease very viable. The reservoir is also well known for its numerous fishing opportunities with bass, wiper, catfish, saugeye, bluegill, and seasonal trout fishing. The hunting and fishing resources on this property are endless with sporting opportunities year-round. With a well-rounded management approach and a strategic plan, the potential to improve the property is endless.
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Duncan Clark
501 Main St. #A
Windsor, CO 80550

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