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Bugling Bull Ranch extends from Piñon Mesa down into the majestic Unaweep Canyon of Mesa County, Colorado. Approximately 40 miles southwest of Grand Junction, 30 miles west of Whitewater, and 10 miles east of Gateway, this stunning ranch offers seasonal-use cabins, exceptional grazing, and world-class elk hunting. Elevations range from 6,240’ to 9,150’ as the ranch climbs from the bottom of Unaweep Canyon, up the Fish Creek / North Fork watersheds and ultimately plateaus atop Piñon Mesa. Across this topography lies a diverse landscape-- from high altitude desert to lush creek bottoms, deep canyons to flat-top mesas, and irrigated meadows to dense ponderosa, aspen, and evergreen forests. If this sounds like a breeding ground for monster elk, that is because it is! Bugling Bull is in trophy game unit 40 and 340” bulls are commonplace on both the ranch’s deeded acreage (3,665 +/- acres) and the surrounding BLM. Along with the world-class trophy elk, the ranch also boasts quality mule deer, bear, and mountain lion. Whether your preference is archery or rifle, Bugling Bull Ranch is truly a all-season hunter’s paradise. During the off-season, the ranch is well situated to raise cattle with 120 +/- irrigated acres, historic water rights, and two BLM grazing permits (3,630 +/- additional acres). The south edge of the ranch runs along Highway 141, allowing easy, year-round, paved access, while the northern portion of the ranch has seasonal access through Glade Park. With big views and even bigger elk, the Bugling Bull Ranch is the standard bearer for a trophy hunting ranch.
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Listed By: Joseph Burns of Eagle Land Brokerage