The Timber Bull Ranch is located in one of the most sought after elk destinations in the state. The famed Bull Mountains provide ample opportunities to harvest world class elk while trophy class mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope are harvested in Bull Mountains annually.
Located on one of the highest points on the ranch is a beautiful lodge and guesthouse/shop allowing the owners plenty of accommodations for friends and family.
The 2,883 square foot 3 bed/2 bath lodge was custom built in 2015, and was perfectly placed on a high ridge that overlooks the countryside, known by neighbors as the “lodge on the ridge”. Sitting on the oversized wrap around deck, one can see in any direction for miles. A perfectly located shop provides ample space to entertain family and guests, including four beds and a full bathroom.
On average, the Timber Bull Ranch receives approximately 14 inches of rain and 23 inches of snow. With just under 200 sunny days, the average annual temps range from approximately 87 degrees in the summer to a low of 14 degrees in the winter months.
Water resources include multiple wells throughout the property along with reservoirs and wallows strategically placed by the current owners to enhance the usage of the wildlife that inhabits the ranch.
The elk population in the Bull Mountains is one of Montana’s largest growing elk herds and trophy bull locations. The Timber Bull Ranch is located in prime rutting areas along with being wintering ground for elk. The ranch provides a rare opportunity to not only hunt trophy bulls during the archery and rifle season, but to pick up their sheds as well. Along with the large numbers of elk, trophy mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope and bear use the ranch and can be
hunted as well. The turkey hunting in the spring is arguably some of the best turkey hunting in the west with large numbers calling the ranch home, while growing populations of Sharp-tail and Hungarian Partridge are commonly seen throughout the ranch.
Any and all minerals owned by seller will convey at closing.
A Montana Land Reliance Conservation Easement has been placed on the Timber Bull Ranch.