Tarryall River House Ranch For Sale Colorado Springs, Colorado Harrigan Land Company

www.harriganland.com (800)524-1818 Imagine freely-rising brown and rainbow trout on a broad Rocky Mountain meadow stream. As you rig up in the cool morning air, you notice two mule deer fifty yards upstream, cautiously making their way to drink from the stream. The valley is entirely silent, except for the gentle slosh of your wading boots as you position yourself into range of the nearest rise. Imagine your first cast, as your #18 Blue Winged Olive Parachute barely dimples the water upstream of the rise. A bulge appears, your fly disappears, and you raise your rod high. The heavy trout surges toward the bank, but you’re able to turn him to the middle of the stream, and eventually into your net. It’s a solid brown, 18 or 19 inches. You gently rock the big brown back and forth until he flexes his tail strongly and makes a deliberate beeline for the bank. You straighten up and spot the next enticing ring on the water. Now imagine this scene taking place only ninety minutes from the largest city in the Rockies. You’re at the Tarryall River House Ranch, a jewel of a flyfishing property in the quiet Tarryall Valley in Colorado’s Park County. Just the other side of the Tarryall Range, traffic is heavy between Denver and Colorado Springs. But here, at 8700 feet, you’re a world apart, and the only traffic you’ll meet is a herd of bighorn sheep on County Road 77. The Tarryall River House Ranch encompasses about 20 acres of valley bottomland under conservation easement and one

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