Productive Farm with Great Trout Fishing

Willow Creek, Montana | Gallatin County

  • $4,400,000
  • 768± Deeded Blocked-up Acres
  • Turn-Key Farm in the Gallatin Valley


Located about 45 minutes west of Bozeman near the quiet town of Willow Creek, Willow Creek Farm is comprised of about 768± deeded blocked-up acres of which 392± acres are under center-pivot irrigation generating about three and a half tons off of one cutting. The 1920s farmhouse, barn, shop and corrals were completely renovated and refurbished in 2014 and 2015. Pride of ownership is evident throughout the Farm – there does not appear to be any deferred maintenance projects that could burden a new owner. The majority of the perimeter fencing has been removed and replaced with new fencing. The Farm offers a unique opportunity in the burgeoning Gallatin Valley to own a solid low-overhead agricultural property with strong senior water rights.
Willow Creek, a relatively unknown stream discovered in recent years by a handful of knowledgeable fly-fishing enthusiasts, serpentines through this productive unit for about 1.75 miles. This private tail-water stream out of Harrison Reservoir provides one of the Gallatin Valley’s premier private trout fisheries. In addition to the active dry-fly fishing, the streamer fishing in the spring and fall when hungry brown and rainbow trout are feeding insatiably will provide its next owner years of personal enjoyment. This tremendous small stream fishery also provides quality water fowl and upland game bird habitat. The consistent soil profile, plentiful water resource and longer growing season, affords numerous options for additional habitat enhancement projects.