$3,600,000   •   1,015 Acres
4 br / 2 ba /

For approximately seventeen years the current owners have diligently worked to establish productive game bird and wildlife habitat and have created a unique property that combines both a cornucopia of wildlife and recreational enjoyment. From ridge lines to rolling grasslands and wheat fields to timbered coulees and picturesque rock formations, this property is everything an outdoor enthusiast seeks. Welcome to The Table Rock Ranch. ImprovementsThe home sits along the bank of the Musselshell River with views in every direction.  This four bedroom, two bath home comes completely furnished, two car attached garage, office or reloading room, kitchen, dining, living room, two wood fireplaces, full basement with lots of room, and has a 24KW back up generator. Bring your family or guest on a great upland bird hunt, or sit them in any of the eight ground blinds for deer or elk  hunting. RecreationThe bird dog field trial pastime encompasses several facets of the game, from horseback stakes to walking events, on every upland gamebird– sharp tail, pheasant, and Hungarian partridge. The Table Rock Ranch host two sanction events every year. To create this bird sanctuary, the owners planted wheat in eight well placed food plots scattered throughout the ranch. The property wildlife prospers due to good nesting and winter cover with food sources located in close proximity to habitat areas. If the natural grass isn’t enough, the owners planted four shelter belts consisting of Juniper, Caragana, Chokecherry, Cotoneaster, and Russian olive. The mule deer, whitetail, and elk benefit from the wildlife management practices the owners have put in place. The Musselshell River has always been home to awesome whitetail and turkey hunting. The timber draws open itself up to elk hunting on the Table Rock Ranch. The one room solar powered dry cabin up at the south end of the ranch allows for overnight stay so one can be ready for the elk coming off of the food plots heading towards the spring tank for water and then returning back to the timber for the day. General OperationsThe land is sporty by nature, and the owner has paid close attention to the stewardship of the property while developing the recreational amenities. That sense is further bolstered by the quantity of wildlife that are apparent. Pheasant, Sharp tail,  Hungarian Partridge, Turkey, Waterfowl, and large whitetail deer, mule deer, are generally present in strong numbers along with an occasional elk, bear, and antelope. Views from this central valley location are panoramic, with the Crazy Mountains, Big Snowy Mountains, and Little Snowy  Mountain ranges on the horizon as well as more distant views of ranges outside of the basin like the Bull Mountains. HistoryDeadmans Basin is an off channel reservoir of the Musselshell River. Located between Rygate, MT and Shawmut, MT, it covers 1954 acres with a maximum storage of 72,220 acre/feet. Built in 1941, Deadmans is ran by the Musselshell Irrigation District for irrigation purposes. It provides fishing opportunities for Rainbow trout, Kokanee salmon and Tiger muskie. The ranch is one hour to Billings International Airport, and two hours to Bozeman International Airport. Please call and set up your own private showing.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Mike Sedgwick
Mike Sedgwick

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