Landowner Hunting Tags Explained

When purchasing a big game hunting property in the West, the availability of landowner tags can be an important factor. Landowner programs were established to acknowledge the contribution of private lands to support wildlife and provide a form of compensation … Continued

The Ultimate Hunter Pursuit: Bighorn Sheep

Recently the New York Times published a piece entitled, “The Ultimate Pursuit in Hunting: Sheep,” which explains how “permits to hunt bighorn sheep are auctioned for hundreds of thousands of dollars — and that money has helped revive wild sheep … Continued

Winter Waterfowl Season in Wyoming

Ranch broker, Jared Souza, shares his recent experience and photos of waterfowl hunting on the Overlook Point Ranch in Goshen County, Wyoming: As the waterfowl season closes across most of Wyoming, we began to reflect on the season’s past experiences. … Continued

Fall 2016 on Cielo Vista Ranch

It has been a fabulous hunting season at Cielo Vista Ranch.  We wanted to share a few pictures, including a couple of two beautiful bulls taken on the ranch this year. Cielo Vista is distinctive in many ways. With regard to … Continued

On the Hunt in October

Ranch broker Robb Nelson had a busy October hunting, and lived to tell the tale of his adventures. For a lot of us and our clients, October means blaze orange and taking to the field to experience the great outdoors! … Continued

Back in the Creek

Written by ranch broker Woody Beardsley as he discusses moving water on his ranch this summer. It’s the middle of July and in our neck of the woods that means it’s time to put the water back in the creek. A relative luxury … Continued

Fishing Report: The Grey Reef in Wyoming

As the spring run off continues and temperatures begin to rise, the Grey Reef is coming to life. Flows have continued to increase in recent weeks with current discharges from Grey Reef Dam around 3,400 CFS, making for quicker trips down river. … Continued

Ranch Broker Attends Water Education Event

Ranch broker, Woody Beardsley is attending the 22nd Annual Arkansas River Basin Water Forum today. “Definitely the best water education event in the state.  There are amazing changes occurring in Colorado water policy, with opportunities for creating new collaborative partnerships … Continued

Springtime and the End of Cabin Fever

Ranch broker Jim Whalen couldn’t wait for some spring fishing in Wyoming last weekend, and he shares his experience with us here, as well as some good advice on where you can fish on private Wyoming fishing properties. After a long winter … Continued

Silver Mountain Ranch: A Recent Winter’s Day

Silver Mountain Ranch has the best of both worlds: an income-producing working cattle operation and exceptional trophy big game hunting. On our last visit, ranch hands were busy feeding cattle and calving season was in full swing. Long days and nights are the norm right … Continued

Turkey Fever at Cougar Canyon Ranch

It was still 2 to 3 months before the spring rut, but I was thrilled to find two large “bachelor bands” of Toms and Jakes (no hens) not even 100 feet from the house at Cougar Canyon Ranch. Strutting and displaying for … Continued

Supporting Colorado Ranches and Ranchers

Last week, Mirr Ranch Group sponsored an event hosted at the Flying Dog Ranch in Carbondale, Colorado for Colorado Cattleman’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT), an organization that works to protect Colorado ranches. CCALT is celebrating 20 years of conservation around the state … Continued

Conservation Flying with a Ranch Broker

This post is written by Daniel Carter, Ranch Broker for Mirr Ranch Group. Aside from my tireless work as a ranch broker with Mirr Ranch Group, I also operate a small flying business called True West Aerial Company. From an … Continued

World-Class Fishing at Rivercliffe Ranch

This past weekend Mirr Ranch Group ranch broker, hunter and fisherman, Pat Lancaster, had the chance to fish at the Lodge at Rivercliffe Ranch. The property is situated just 45 minutes from Denver outside of Bailey, Colorado on the North … Continued

New Listing Boasts More Ski Terrain Than Vail

Stretching for miles along the ridge of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, lies one of the most spectacularly pristine and private recreational properties available in the US. Featured in today’s Denver Post, Wasatch Peaks Ranch offers more ski terrain than Vail. Owned … Continued

The 50,000-Acre JE Canyon Ranch Sells to TNC

Mirr Ranch Group is proud to announce the sale of JE Canyon Ranch, one of Colorado’s largest private ranches and wildlife preserves, to The Nature Conservancy (TNC). Centrally located east of Trinidad in the highest conservation priority landscape in Colorado’s grasslands, this … Continued