Clark Fork Fishing Retreat, Clinton, Montana
  • Clark Fork Fishing Retreat - Clinton, Montana - $1,795,000

  • Clark Fork Fishing Retreat - Clinton, Montana - $1,795,000

  • Clark Fork Fishing Retreat - Clinton, Montana - $1,795,000

  • Clark Fork Fishing Retreat - Clinton, Montana - $1,795,000

Clark Fork Fishing Retreat, Clinton, Montana

Sheltered on the banks of the Clark Fork River the Clark Fork Retreat is an amazing offering of some 420 acres thatClarkfork River encompass some of the best trout fishing in Montana.

Driving to the retreat the private driveway offers panoramic Clark Fork Valley vistas combined with dense forest canopy stretches. The land is surrounded on three sides by the United States Forest Service and fronts completely on the fourth side by the Clark Fork River.

The greater portion of the property is heavily forested in fir, larch, pine and other native tree species, the river bottoms have classical cottonwood river Forestbottoms.

Just downstream of the Schwartz Creek river access, this sportsmans paradise includes both sides of this prolific section of the river, even more, the river braids into two significant channels and both sides of the channels are owned by the landowner.

This is truly a fishermans jewel, particularly for the offering price and especially when compared to what Riverselling prices for properties are on the less significant Rock Creek area. Here is a listing on the market in the Rock Creek area, here is a sold ranch in Plains that is on the Clark Fork.

According to the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks website there is significant populations of brown trout, rainbow trout, and cutthroat trout in this section of the river. This section of river gets little pressure from bank fisherman as it is just downstream of the put-in Clark Fork Meadowpoint and drifters are just getting their start so are less apt to bank fish. This section of river is considered a challenging floating section as it contains many braids and channels. This equates to over 15,000 feet, and on both sides, of private river fishing. These numerous braids and channels offer excellent opportunity for trophy catches.

The retreat is private and secluded but not isolated as it is less than thirty minutes from downtown Missoula. Wildife gravitate to the environment. You can see a driving map here. And even more, the property is a significant distance upstream from Bonner and not far from the mouth of Rock Creek.

You can download a map with turn call-outs in Adobe format, here. You can see a topo map of this property here.The property is offered in the original 9 parcels, it is un-zoned, and each parcel could be bought separately, but collectively, to offer the purchaser the opportunity to create a sportsmans retreat to allow for each owner to have their individual building site. You can go to our interactive pap of the property, here, and click on any parcel to see the State property record card information.

Meadow Portions of the meadow appear to be in the 100 year floodplain, you can see the floodplain map here, or you can go here and see the FEMA site. However, it appears that the buildings are not located in the 100 year floodplain but the 500 year floodplain.

There exists a three-bedroom, two-bath, residence that was built in the 1970s that has a septic system. There is a farm equipment building and a historic cabin as well. In pricing the offering no values were placed on the improvements but the existing improvements offer potential opportunity for a purchaser to improve the existing improvements under "grandfather" provisions.

The property has both irrigation water rights and stockwater rights. Please refer to the links to the right to see additional photos, maps, and to download other resources. If the links return to this page we do not have media uploaded yet. Of course we welcome your call to get further information.

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