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77 acres Ririe, ID $1,250,000

77 acres Ririe, ID

Jefferson County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: River House

Horseshoe Bend Ranch is comprised of 77.46 deeded acres and is situated along the western edge of the famous canyon stretch of the South Fork of the Snake River. Known for exceptional dry fly fishing in a picturesque setting, this tailwater fishery has become a preferred destination spot for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts. This ranch is conveniently situated 20 minutes from downtown Idaho Falls offering numerous modern conveniences. Originally platted for a subdivision and separated into 8 lots ranging in size from 5 to 20 acres, the owner is offering this property in its entirety with options to build out the subdivision or recognize the benefits of placing it under a conservation easement. To view a video of the area fly fishing in Teton Valley, click here.  Like many riverfront properties in our region, the Horseshoe Bend Ranch has been recognized by the local conservancies and regulatory agencies as a property of interest: in particular, the Bureau of Land Management through their partnership project entitled Snake River Land Conservation Partnership.  With the number of allotted building sites on the ranch an incoming owner could recognize substantial tax incentives by placing an easement on this property, protecting it in perpetuity. The South Fork of the Snake River is a tailwater fishery that flows out of Palisades Dam on the border of Wyoming and Idaho. The diversity of hatches, both aquatic and terrestrial, exceeds other rivers of the West, and gives the South Fork the reputation as one of the best dry fly fisheries in the world.  The river flows for 60 miles across southeastern Idaho, through high mountain valleys, rugged canyons and broad flood plains to its confluence with the Henry’s Fork near Menan Buttes, west of Rexburg, Idaho. The South Fork proudly holds title to the top cutthroat fishery in the West due to continued efforts of the Idaho Fish and Game and local agencies that recognized long ago the importance of maintaining the native cutthroat species.  Incentive programs have been established recently to place bounties on non-native species such as the rainbow to help eliminate the cross-hybridization of the two species.  These efforts have proven effective in the management of this destination fishery.   Wild populations of native Yellowstone cutthroat and Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat provide provoking dry fly action year round. With a healthy population of browns and rainbows ranging from 12-15 inches, the South Fork is an angler’s dream. Fishing starts with a bang in early June during the highly sought-after salmon fly hatch. Large 2-3 inch stone flies creep out of the depths and hatch by the thousands along the river’s edge, brining fish of all sizes to the surface. Anglers are dumbfounded by the numbers of fish brought to the boat during this four-week period. Following this hatch, melting pots of diverse dry fly hatches continue through the end of October, plus the uncountable numbers of grasshoppers that tempt fate by traveling along the river banks. Live water in the immediate vicinity includes the famous Henry’s Fork, Bitch Creek and the Fall River, all within a 1-hour drive. The Henry’s Fork River is a classic wild trout fishery that is world-renowned for its rainbows and browns. This fishery is constantly changing due to seasonal hatches, providing many fantastic and nearly year round floating and wading opportunities. From its inception near Island Park, the river takes on a spring creek and tailwater quality through the famous Railroad Ranch section, transitioning into freestone canyon habitat, then to freestone meadow river above the Ashton Reservoir. Some anglers favor Bitch Creek, where fish average 14-18 inches, while the Fall River is a healthy fishery that in the past has received less fishing pressures than other fisheries in the area.   This area is ideal for the wildlife enthusiast and those who enjoy the outdoors. An extension of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and benefitting from the nearby Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the area offers a diverse population of wildlife.  The big game species include, elk, moose, Mule and Whitetail deer, in addition to Black bear, wolf, mountain lion, bobcat and fox. Birds in the area include a healthy population of Sharp-tailed grouse, Ruffed grouse, Hungarian partridge as well as Bald and Golden eagles, osprey and other various raptors and waterfowl species.  Horseshoe Bend Ranch is a unique offering along the banks of the famed South Fork of the Snake River with excellent river and canyon views all within close proximity to modern conveniences. Recreational attributes and scenic beauty, offer a discerning buyer the rare opportunity to own a true legacy property on one of the best fisheries in the western United States.

20 acres Roberts, ID $300,000

20 acres Roberts, ID

Jefferson County Mike Atkinson Idaho Real Estate Group

Type: Acreage w/House 7 Beds | 7 Baths | 2750 SqFt

Big Price Reduction! Nice 7 bdrm 6.5 bath cabin located 25 min away from the sand dunes and Rexburg. 20 acre lot, built in 2010, 2750 sq ft, located in Roberts, Idaho. Close to Island Park, Yellowstone, Jackson Hole, lots of trees. A great deal!

2 acres Terreton, ID $122,000

2 acres Terreton, ID

Jefferson County Dave Moss Montana Land Exchange

Type: Commercial

4 Bed Room Home 1 Bath, 5 unit Mobile Home Park. Rents are $200 pr Month. City Sewer $40 pr Month each Hookup. Shared Well. Taxes, $2000
 
127.15 acres Roberts, ID

127.15 acres Roberts, ID

$1,650,000 Jefferson County

43.51 acres Rigby, ID

43.51 acres Rigby, ID

$1,650,000 Jefferson County

6.3 acres Rigby, ID

6.3 acres Rigby, ID

$1,495,000 Jefferson County

1 acres Rigby, ID

1 acres Rigby, ID

$1,295,000 Jefferson County

40.16 acres Rigby, ID

40.16 acres Rigby, ID

$1,286,000 Jefferson County

10.1 acres Rigby, ID

10.1 acres Rigby, ID

$1,200,000 Jefferson County

106.6 acres Rigby, ID

106.6 acres Rigby, ID

$1,050,000 Jefferson County

10.26 acres Rigby, ID

10.26 acres Rigby, ID

$675,000 Jefferson County

2 acres Rigby, ID

2 acres Rigby, ID

$545,000 Jefferson County

6.56 acres Rigby, ID

6.56 acres Rigby, ID

$540,000 Jefferson County

1 acres Rigby, ID

1 acres Rigby, ID

$495,000 Jefferson County

1.45 acres Rigby, ID

1.45 acres Rigby, ID

$490,000 Jefferson County

229 listings found out of 417,182
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