Holmstrom Sheep Creek Ranch is located minutes from White Sulphur Springs, MT and consists of 4,273 deeded acres. The ranch sits in a private setting and provides excellent fishing access to over 3 miles of Sheep Creek frontage. With access to thousands of acres of National Forrest, the recreational value on the property is among the best in the area with high populations of elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, and upland bird hunting. The property is extremely well watered with Little Moose Creek, Moose Creek, Indian Creek and Calf Creek meandering through the ranch.
4,273 Deeded Acres
The owners of the Holmstrom Sheep Creek Ranch are conservatively grazing the ranch, only running 200 cow-calf pairs from May 1st through the month of October. Although the ranch encompasses 4,273 deeded acres along with a National Forrest lease, the owners are only running on approximately 2,400 deeded acres. Due to the conservative grazing plan of the current owners, the range conditions are among some of the best in the surrounding area. Pair the range conditions of the ranch with the amount of water it has, and you have what every rancher is looking for, a contiguous block of land, underutilized with an abundance of water. Water resources on the ranch include several wells, approximately 150 miner’s inches of water, and miles of Moose Creek, Little Moose Creek, Indian Creek and Calf Creek, all of which empty into over three miles of privately held Sheep Creek.
The Holmstrom Sheep Creek Ranch and its location in the Little Belt Mountain Range has phenomenal views from anywhere on the ranch and offers endless recreational opportunities. With private access to over three miles of Sheep Creek, the avid fly fisherman is provided the opportunity to cast a dry fly to the large numbers of wild trout that inhabit the waters that flow through the ranch. The seclusion of over 4,273 deeded acres surrounded by National Forrest provides ample opportunity for the avid hunter to pursue whitetail and mule deer, large numbers of elk, mountain lions, black bear, and healthy populations of upland birds. The mixture of mature Aspens, heavily timbered draws, and Sheep Creek meadows, provide what every outdoorsman is looking for.
The Holmstrom Sheep Creek Ranch is located approx 25 miles north of the small ranching community of White Sulphur Springs, MT. The town of White Sulphur and its residents are known to be generous, good people with a large number of generational landowners and ranchers. While the town itself is a quaint, secluded, small town community, it does come to life for the famous Red Ants Pants Music Festival. This festival is held in a pasture just outside of town, and has had the privilege of hosting notable musicians such as Merle Haggard, Lyle Lovett, The Bellamy Brothers, and many others.