$99,000   •   160 Acres

This quarter section is easily accessed, yet it feels like a journey back in time to the wild west. It's a perfect place to share with wildlife including elk, deer, antelope, and coyotes. Whether you're looking for a place to hunt Unit 12 or to start a new beginning, this piece of land has some slight elevation and is strategically placed between wooded breaks and the flats. Stunning NM sunsets and sunrises make this the perfect spot!LandThis tract of land is @160 acres.  It is fenced on all four sides with some slight elevation changes.  Very diverse vegetation and is in great shape after being rested from grazing this past summer. RecreationThis tract of land is within 1 mile of the borders of the famous Atarque ranch which is capable of producing 400″ bulls. Terrain is as easy as it gets for elk hunting. Large flat expanses of pinon-juniper and some canyons with ponderosa. Altitude is probably around 6500 to 7500 feet. Bluewater Lake-This serene lake, located 25 miles west of Grants, is set in a pinon-juniper landscape with views towards the Zuni Mountains. The park offers camping, hiking, birding, horseback riding and fishing. And not just any fishing – you’ll find some of the best tiger muskie fishing at Bluewater Lake! Lyman Lake-Created as an irrigation reservoir by damming the Little Colorado River, Lyman Lake State Park is a 1,200-acre park that encompasses the shoreline of a 1,500-acre reservoir at an elevation of 6,000 feet. It is fed by snowmelt from the slopes of Mount Baldy and Escudilla Mountain, the second and third highest mountains in Arizona. Water is channeled into this river valley from a 790-square-mile watershed extending into New Mexico. Lyman Lake is one of the few bodies of water in northeastern Arizona with no size restrictions on boats. The west end of the lake is buoyed off and restricted as a no wake area (5 mph). This allows the angler a chance at a variety of fish without the proximity of speedboats and water-skiers. The fishery consists of walleye, channel catfish and largemouth bass. The large remainder of the lake is open for all other types of water sports.   Region & ClimateFence Lake, NM is known for its dry and arid climate. It has warm summers and cool winters with very little precipitation throughout the year. Average temperatures range from 45 degrees in January to 78 degrees in July. Days are usually sunny, with low humidity even during the summer months. Winters are mild, but can bring snow and freezing temperatures at times. LocationJust over 2 hours away from Sunport Albuquerque International Airport (145 miles).


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Kevin Branum
Kevin  Branum