Rocky Mountain Timberlands

Rocky Mountain Timberlands
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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

2016 Hunter's Special!

$1,000 - $2,000 - $3,000 discounts on select properties!  Call today for a list 1-800-682-8088

Monday, May 2, 2016

We dropped a few prices at Beartooth Valley Ranch, just in time for summer!  Some properties border national forest or other public lands! Give us a shout for more info! 1-800-682-8088

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Hunter's special 2015

Hunter's special 2015!  Deep discounts on Montana and Wyoming properties.  Beartooth Valley Ranch, Cedar Canyon Ranch, and Buffalo Trail Ranch inventory discounted!  Call today for details 800-682-8088

Monday, October 6, 2014

$3000 discounts on Buffalo Trail Ranch (Wyoming) and Beartooth Valley Ranch (Montana) - limited time offer, select properties only!  Call for details 800-682-8088

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Looking for Montana property with power, good roads, close to a paved highway, close to National Forest, close to major towns, close to fishing, elk, deer, antelope, turkeys, game birds all on site?  Check out our Beartooth Valley Ranch!

Monday, June 16, 2014

BBQ at Western Heartland 6/21/14!

11am-6pm Free BBQ at Western Heartlands Ranch!  Our sales team will be on site to show folks around both Western Heartlands Ranch and Beartooth Valley Ranch - Call today for details! 800-682-8088

Monday, March 17, 2014

Cabin Fever Land Sale!
$5000, $2500, $1000 discounts available on select properties through May 15, 2014!  Give us a call for a list of properties! 1-800-682-8088.  We sold a handful of properties last week, get yours while the discounts last!

Friday, January 3, 2014

Happy New Year from Rocky Mountain Timberlands!  Call, email, or chat today for information about easy owner financing options!

Monday, November 18, 2013

In addition to the current $3,000 discount for the Hunter's Special Sale (ends 12/31/13), we've reduced prices on 3 Beartooth Valley Ranch properties!  BVR-947-22, BVR-947-26, and BVR-947-29

Friday, September 27, 2013

Hunter's special

Hunter's special sale starts today!  $3,000 discounts on select properties at Beartooth Valley Ranch and Buffalo Trail Ranch...  Give us a call at 800-682-8088 or email us through the form below to get more information.  This sale is for a limited time, for specific properties, and requires credit approval by Rocky Mountain Timberlands.

Friday, February 22, 2013

February 22, 2013
over 50 new properties listed on this site in the last few days... enjoy!

Justin Joyner, Vice President - Rocky Mountain Timberlands Inc.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

February 21, 2013-
I'm taking the next few days to update the properties on our site!  We have had a heck of a run on properties in the last little while - I just took almost 60 properties off of this site that we've sold.  Be watching for new properties showing up for the next few days, I have about 60 new properties to upload, which takes a lot of time.  Bear with me and call the office for the most current available properties!
Justin Joyner - Vice President, Rocky Mountain Timberlands Inc.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Hunter's Special! $3,000 discount on Buffalo Trail Ranch & Cedar Canyon Ranch! $5,000 discount on Sarpy Creek Ranch! Zero down financing also available on Cedar Canyon Ranch! expires 12/1/12

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Special Financing available through 11/1/12

Ask about our new Zero Down financing, or our Instant approval financing!  Call today for details about which properties qualify for these packages!  Special financing available through November 1, 2012.  1-(800)-682-8088

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

April 25, 2012

Have you thought of your summer travel plans yet?  How about a trip out to Montana, Alaska, Wyoming, or New Mexico? 

Sunday, April 8, 2012

April 8th, 2012

Check out our current auction going on now!

$29,900* is the opening minimum bid set by seller. Must be registered to bid. Call 1-800-682-8088 to register.

21 Acres bordering 1/2 section of BLM (public land). 1/4 mile from Custer National Forest with public road access to the forest. We've had this property at $49,900 asking price. The road cuts through the property- look at the map for approximate road location.

This property is located Southeast of Red Lodge, Montana- just north of the Montana/Wyoming state line, just west of State Highway 72.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

March 20, 2012

Our first Auction has ended!  Frank from Pennsylvania got a great deal on MB-40!  check back later this week for our next auction

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

February 28, 2012

Our first property auction starts this friday, March 2, 2012.  Click on the "auction property" link on the middle left side of this page for bidding requirements and property info!

Friday, February 17, 2012

February 17, 2012

We are currently working on starting up a few online auctions through this site.  Check back in the next few days to see which property and what sort of format we come up with!

Justin Joyner
Vice President - Rocky Mountain Timberlands

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

A new Montana property has been added to our inventory!  Click on "Montana Properties", then "Black Cow Ranch" for more details!  This Montana land for sale is located about 20 miles north of Billings, Montana.  Click, call or email for more information.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Friday, Feb 3, 2012

New Properties online!
This week we've added quite a few properties to the website.  Ranches with new properties include: Beartooth Valley Ranch (Montana), Buffalo Trail Ranch (Wyoming), Cedar Canyon Ranch (Wyoming), Medicine Bow Ranch (Wyoming), Pine Mountain Ranch (Wyoming), Prairie Springs Ranch (Wyoming), Roundup Mesa Ranch (Montana), Western Heartlands Ranch (Wyoming), Laramie River Ranch (Wyoming), and WyTex Ranch (Wyoming). 

The most significant change in properties for sale in Montana is at Beartooth Valley Ranch.  Most new properties for sale in Wyoming online are at Pine Mountain Ranch & Laramie River Ranch. 

As always, we offer Easy Financing Terms OAC, and we have many available properties that will work for people with less than perfect credit.

Have Faith & Be Strong,

Justin Joyner
Vice President - Rocky Mountain Timberlands

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

February 1, 2012

February 1, 2012 - I'm going through the site in the next couple of days  & switching up photos, taking down sold properties & uploading new properties.  Stay tuned for BETTER photos & info, and more updated information! 

Justin Joyner
Vice President - Rocky Mountain Timberlands

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Land sale financing information

Hello again!  I wanted to take a few minutes to tell you about the details behind Rocky Mountain Timberlands' financing options on the year-end sale properties.
 We sold the Pine Mountain Pond through this program last week, as well as 
Western Heartlands 112! 

The year-end sale is a 10% discount off of the purchase price on the 12 properties listed below if closing happens on or before December 30, 2011.  I'll offer a 5% discount on the same properties if closing happens before January 15th, 2012. 
Beartooth Valley Ranch is located in south central Montana, about an hour from Billings and about 30 minutes from Red Lodge.  The ranch sits at the base of the Beartooth Mountains, one of my favorite places!  I've lived in Montana for 30 years, so I feel my opinion of "favorite place" means something. 

The sale properties on this ranch are:

BVR-944-4 sale price $31,050 for 20 acres
5% down on a 15 year contract = $334 per month!
BVR-943-5 sale price $44,550 for 20 acres
5% down on a 15 year contract = $479/month!

BVR-936-15  sale price $17,910 for 20 acres  
5% down on a 15 year contract = $193/month!

Canyon Milagro, literal translation means Miracle Canyon.  It is located in central New Mexico, about 35 minutes west of Santa Rosa.  This 158+ acres is the very best our ranch has to offer.  Huge views, mild climate, and a great combination of seclusion & easy access.
CM-3a sale price $94,500
10% down on a 15 year contract = $962/month!

Cedar Canyon Ranch is located in southeastern Wyoming, near the town of Lance Creek. The neighboring ranch is still leased out every year for trophy mule deer hunting!  The 35 acres I have on sale borders roughly 540 acres of BLM (public land). 

CCR-26 sale price $29,610
5% down on a 15 year contract = $318/month!

Laramie Peak Ranch sits at about 5300 feet, and has HUGE views of the Wyoming countryside.  This 37+ acres has a seasonal creek on it, and it is only about 25 minutes from the town of Wheatland, Wyoming.
LPR-50 sale price $80,910
10% down on a 15 year contract = $824/month!

Pine Mountain Ranch is located about 20 miles west of Casper, Wyoming.  Casper, the 2nd largest city in Wyoming, offers full services, a commercial airport, and employment opportunities.  There is a large spring/runoff fed pond on this property!
PM1-31:32 sale price $161,550

Sarpy Creek Ranch is located about 90 minutes east of Billings, Montana. 161+ acres with mature ponderosa pine trees, big views, and seclusion from the outside world.  The sale price on this one is a STEAL!
SC-10 sale price $148,500
10% down on a 15 year contract = $1,511/month!

Western Heartlands is about 30 minutes north of Cody, Wyoming.  Wyoming has no state income tax, and was just labeled as the best managed state in America.  These properties have easy access from a paved highway and big views of the Beartooth Mountains.  This would make an excellent 2nd home or cabin site, or simply a gift for future generations.  Take advantage of the prices before it's too late!

WH-108 sale price $35,910  5% down on a 15 year contract = $386/month!

WH-112 sale price $38,250 SOLD!
Wytex is the most affordable property we have for sale!  Using the year end sale discount makes these properties almost too good to be true.  Call today for details.  800-682-8088

WT-17 (link: ) sale price $13,050
5% down on a 15 year contract = $141/month!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

The best- and worst-run states in the US

The best- and worst-run states in the US

How well run are America’s 50 states? The answer depends a lot on where you live.
For the second year, 24/7 Wall St. has reviewed data on financial health, standard of living and government services by state to determine how well each is managed. Based on this data, 24/7 Wall St. ranked the 50 from best to worst. The best-run is Wyoming........

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving from Rocky Mountain Timberlands!

Happy Thanksgiving from Rocky Mountain Timberlands!

Yesterday was a great day on Beartooth Valley Ranch
Jason Mascari  and I got to explore a new property at BVR,
which is 122 acres with about 3/4 mile of frontage on the
Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone River.  This property will be
going up for sale in the next couple of days for $225,000.

After our property tour, I harvested a nice little mule deer buck.  
Not a trophy by any means, but he’ll make some great steaks 
& home made jerky!

Friday, November 18, 2011

2 weeks left for $3000 discount
Our hunter's special at Buffalo Trail Ranch means a $3000 discount on properties sold at Buffalo Trail Ranch before December 1, 2011! 

This ranch is littered with trophy elk, mule deer, antelope, birds, and even a few trout.  A good friend of mine harvested a 5 x 5 bull elk from the ranch about two weeks ago, and there are still hundreds more... 

This ranch is located between Laramie and Wheatland, Wyoming - both cities are based largely on farming & ranching, and both have low populations.  What does that mean?  It means food is produced here, and there aren't many people to eat it.  That may seem like a simple concept, but in today's world I find it comforting.   

There are some small trout in the creek that can be caught if you're very good at sneaking up on them!   
35+ acres on Buffalo Trail Ranch is currently starting at $39,900 (or $36,900 if you buy in time to take advantage of the hunter's special).

There are a few properties left that qualify for this sale, call or email us today for more information. 
If you can't make it out to see the property before December 1, ask us about our no time limit guarantee for buying property site-unseen.  Do you have credit issues?  One of my personal jobs at this company is finding ways to deal with less than sparkly credit reports.  Try me, I might surprise you. 

Friday, March 4, 2011

Alaska Land For Sale Alaskan Wildwood Ranch

Alaska is truly “The Last Frontier” and the Alaskan Wildwood Ranch offers you a new frontier to explore on your very own. The ranch offers 20 acres and larger parcels offering trees, creeks and amazing views of several nearby snow capped mountains. The recreational opportunities are endless in this area. Salmon fishing in one of the multiple rivers nearby, deep sea fishing and clamming in the Cook Inlet to hunting, hiking and exploring the vast wilderness area Alaska has to offer. Anchor Point is America’s most westerly highway and is only 10 miles from the ranch. The Anchor River is just outside of town and offers several public access points for fishing. The Anchor River flows into the ocean/Cook Inlet just west of town with sandy beaches and unmatched views of 3 volcanoes: Mount Redoubt, Mount Illiamna & Mount Augustine.

Alaska Property for Sale!

There is more sight seeing in Alaska than one could accomplish in a lifetime. There are endless rivers, mountains, glaciers and islands scattered along the cost line than one could imagine. Alaska is the largest state:

  • 586,400 Square Miles
  • We are 2 times the size of Texas
  • We have 29 volcanoes 33,000 miles of coastline!
  • 1,400 miles North to South 2,700 miles East to West

Over 1/2 the world's Glaciers. We are the only state to have coastlines on three different seas. Arctic Ocean, Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea.

  • Mount Denali: 20,320 feet (Tallest in North America)
  • Alaska also has unique wildlife:
  • Kodiak Bear; 1,400 pounds, 11 feet tall.
  • Polar Bear; 1,400 pounds,
  • 11 feet tall Grizzly Bear
  • (Brown Bear); 800 pounds, 9 feet tall
  • Moose; 1,350 pounds, 5 feet high to shoulder. Antlers span 72 inches.

Homer and Anchor Point on the Kenai Penisula

Homer is a city located in Kenai Peninsula Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. According to 2005 Census Bureau estimates, the population was 5,364. One of Homer's nicknames is "the cosmic hamlet by the sea"; another is "the end of the road". A popular local bumper sticker characterizes the town as "Homer - A quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem."

Anchor Point, "North America’s Most Westerly Highway Point", is a destination choice of visitors from around the world. Year around recreational opportunities abound - from river and saltwater fishing, camping, and hiking opportunities in the summer to snow machining, cross country skiing, and nearby ice fishing in winter - contributing to its nickname of "fun capital" of the Kenai Peninsula.

Just 200 miles south of Anchorage, an hour drive from world famous Kenai River, and twenty minutes from the grandeur of Kachemak Bay, the personal warmth and friendliness of the residents of this rural community attract visitor and newcomer alike. A cross section of homesteaders, commercial fishermen, business owners, and retirees, Anchor Point is held together by common interest, cooperation, and a true caring by neighbors and those who live here

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Wyoming Hunting Land For Sale


Price Range: $49,500 - $1,750,000

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CREEK FRONTAGE!!!Buffalo Trail Ranch features 35+ acre properties starting at $59,900. This ranch is located about 35 miles southwest of Wheatland, WY and 45 miles northeast of Laramie (pop 30,000). Buffalo Trail Ranch offers lots with power, a trout stream, scattered tree cover, and great views! This would be an excellent spot for that retirement cabin!!

Bull Elk at Buffalo Trail Ranch

These properties are just off highway 34 about 3 miles. They give you access to lots of recreation in the rugged Sybille Creek Canyon, an area known for its wildlife including big mule deer, elk, bighorn sheep and antelope. Call 800-682-8088 to get more information on owning a property here at the Buffalo Trail Ranch!

Elk Herd at Buffalo Trail Ranch

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Cody, Wyoming Wiki


Cody is located at 44°31′24″N 109°3′26″W / 44.52333°N 109.05722°W / 44.52333; -109.05722 (44.523244, -109.057109).[4]

Near Cody, Wyoming
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 9.5 square miles (24.7 km²), of which, 9.3 square miles (24.0 km²) of it is land and 0.2 square miles (0.6 km²) of it (2.52%) is water.
Cody's elevation is about 5016 ft (1,500 m) above sea level. The main part of the city is split across three levels, separated by about 60 feet (18 m).

The Shoshone River flows through Cody in a fairly deep canyon. There are four bridges over this river in the Cody vicinity, one at the north edge of town that allows travel to the north, and one about 5 miles (8 km) east of Cody that allows passage to Powell, and the areas to the north and east. The other two are west of town; one allows access to the East Gate of Yellowstone National Park, and the other is used by fishermen in Shoshone Canyon and as access to the Buffalo Bill Dam. Cody is located at the western edge of the Bighorn Basin, a depression surrounded by the Big Horn, Owl Creek, Bridger, and Absaroka ranges. At the western edge of Cody, a deep canyon formed by the Shoshone River provides the only passage to Yellowstone's Eastern Entrance. At its mouth and rising above Cody are Rattlesnake Mountain on the north side and Cedar Mountain on the south side. Most of Cody has a spectacular view of Heart Mountain, whose 8000 ft (2,400 m) peak is 9 miles (14 km) directly north of Cody, and the Carter Mountains, which form a line with peaks at about 12,000 ft (3,700 m), some 15 miles (24 km) to the south.

"The Scout" by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney commemorates Buffalo Bill


Themes surrounding Cody's pioneer and Cowboy and Western history are common in the cultural events and activities in the area.
The Buffalo Bill Historical Center is a large and modern facility located near the center of the city. It contains five museums in one, and maintains large collections. It is a favorite stopping point for tourists passing through the town, on their way to or from Yellowstone. During the summer, a re-enactment of a wild-west shoot-out takes place next to the Irma Hotel, another historical site still open for business with a hotel and restaurant, which forms the nucleus of the town.
Old Trail Town in Cody, Wyoming.
The flag waves at the start of the Cody Nite Rodeo, August 6, 2006
Old Trail Town, a restoration of more than twenty-five historic Western buildings and artifiacts is located in Cody just off the Yellowstone Highway.
Rodeo is important in the culture in Cody, which calls itself the "Rodeo Capital of the World". The Cody Nite Rodeo is an amateur rodeo every night from June 1 through August 31.

Cody Rodeo
Cody is also host to the Cody Stampede Rodeo. The Stampede is a PRCA rodeo and is one of the largest rodeos in the nation that is held over the Independence Day Holiday. Many of the top cowboys in the country attend. The stampede has been held from July 1–4 every year since 1919.

The Cody Firearms Museum has a large collection of American firearms.
Cody is the birthplace of the famous abstract artist Jackson Pollock.


Public education in the city of Cody is provided by Park County School District #6. Three elementary schools – Eastside, Glenn Livingston, and Sunset - serve students in grades kindergarten through five. The district's two secondary campuses are Cody Middle School (grades 6-8) and Cody High School (grades 9-12).


The primary industry in Cody is tourism. Hotels, restaurants and shops cater to travelers coming to visit the West and Yellowstone Park. Cody has several art galleries, with some notable local painters and artists living in the area. Another industry is western style furniture, with several small furniture makers producing custom pieces. The oil industry seems to wax and wane over the years in the Cody area. Just to the south of Cody are large deposits of gypsum. Park County School District #6 is another large employer in the area.


The weather in the Big Horns is highly variable, with large temperature swings always possible. Winters normally bring average lows of 10 °F (-12 °C), and summers can bring record highs of 100 °F (38 °C). Relative humidity is usually a fairly dry 30% or less. Precipitation averages 9 inches (229 mm) of rain per year, making the surrounding area a semi-arid desert. During June, July, and August, if it does snow, it is usually brief and melts quickly. Such events are not frequent, but there are sudden and drastic shifts in weather conditions. Cody enjoys about 300 days of sunshine per year.

Wind is almost a constant presence in the Cody area and the Big Horn Basin in general. Air flow in the Basin is turbulent, but during the winter most storms move in from the north-northwest. During the summer it is not unusual to see storms move in from the southwest. Throughout a normal day, winds can be experienced as coming from almost any direction, mostly from the north and west, but sometimes from the south and east. The Canyon at the west end of Cody funnels rain and wind across the city from the west. The winds can be quite strong at 30 to 40 mph (50 to 60 km/h) and last for several days.
Because of the dry climate, the entire area is laced with irrigation canals, holding ponds, laterals, and drops. The Buffalo Bill Dam between Rattlesnake and Cedar mountains forms a large reservoir about 10 miles (16 km) to the west of Cody. This reservoir (among others) feeds the Shoshone Project, a large irrigation water distribution system.

In January the average maximum daily temperature is 35.9 °F (2.2 °C) and the minimum is 12.8 °F (−10.7 °C). In July the average maximum temperature is 84.9 °F (29.4 °C) and the minimum is 54.6 °F (12.6 °C). An average of 18.0 days have highs of 90 °F (32 °C) or higher and an average of 168.4 days have lows of 32 °F (0 °C) or lower. The record high temperature was 105 °F (41 °C) on July 14, 1925, and the record low temperature was −46 °F (−43 °C) on February 8, 1936.

The wettest year was 1991 with 16.04 inches and the dryest year was 1956 with 3.58 inches. The most rainfall in one month was 5.76 inches in June 1992. The most rainfall in 24 hours was 2.51 inches on July 22, 1973. There are an average of 68 days with measurable precipitation. Annual snowfall averages 39.7 inches. The most snow in one year was 70.7 inches in 2000. The most snow in one month was 26.3 inches in January 1972.[5]


Historical populations
Census Pop.
1910 1,132

1920 1,242
1930 1,800
1940 2,536
1950 3,872
1960 4,838
1970 5,161
1980 6,599
1990 7,897
2000 8,835
As of the census[1] of 2000, there were 8,835 people, 3,791 households, and 2,403 families residing in the city. The population density was 952.3 people per square mile (367.6/km²). There were 4,113 housing units at an average density of 443.3/sq mi (171.1/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 96.90% White, 0.10% African American, 0.42% Native American, 0.58% Asian, 0.05% Pacific Islander, 0.85% from other races, and 1.11% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.22% of the population.
There were 3,791 households out of which 29.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 50.7% were married couples living together, 9.5% had a female householder with no husband present, and 36.6% were non-families. 32.2% of all households were made up of individuals and 12.4% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.27 and the average family size was 2.86.
In the city the population was spread out with 24.8% under the age of 18, 7.2% from 18 to 24, 26.4% from 25 to 44, 24.9% from 45 to 64, and 16.6% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 40 years. For every 100 females there were 90.9 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 88.1 males.
The median income for a household in the city was $34,450, and the median income for a family was $40,554. Males had a median income of $31,395 versus $19,947 for females. The per capita income for the city was $17,813. About 9.4% of families and 13.9% of the population were below the poverty line, including 19.3% of those under age 18 and 11.0% of those age 65 or over.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Montana Wildlife

Montana Wildlife

Author: Jason Frey

To say Montana is special in regards to wildlife conservation and interaction is an understatement. The location, layout, physical characteristics, and vegetative communities of the entire ecosystem provide a highly complex, diverse, and productive environment for wildlife of all types.
The regions surrounding Bozeman and Big Sky Montana are home to well over 50 mammalian species, most notably elk, black bear, moose, mountain lion, gray wolf, as well as white tail and mule deer. In addition, hundreds of bird species call Southwestern Montana home on a permanent or migratory basis. In no other place can you find an ecosystem comprised of these animals interacting as it did since before the time of Columbus' arrival to North America.
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Southwestern Montana is special in other regards as well. Large portions of contiguous land that serve as migration corridors from Yellowstone Park to the Yukon Territory are rapidly shrinking or disappearing entirely. Southwestern Montana remains a keystone of this corridor. Stretching from the Yellowstone River and Absaroka Mountains to the east and the Gallatin National Forest to the south and west, the Bozeman area is part of a greater wildlife community that abounds with diversity, both in terms of types of species and opportunities to enhance and preserve them.
As a greater part of our story, we are trying to not only preserve the pre-existing ecosystem in Southwestern Montana, but to also enhance and allow these species which form the cornerstone of the greater wildlife community to thrive.

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About the AuthorJason Frey has been selling luxury properties in Montana since 2005. His knowledge of the Bozeman and Big Sky Real Estate Markets along with his love for the outdoors makes him an invaluable resource when considering purchasing a primary or vacation home in Montana.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Wyoming Walleye Fishing Hot Spots

Wyoming Walleye Fishing Hot Spots

Wyoming Walleye Fishing Hot Spots

Author: Daniel Eggertsen

Freshwater fishermen and women love a good challenge and walleye is one of the many challenges they can face if they choose to try their hand fishing in the state of Wyoming. Mysterious creatures, these type of fish loves to hide out in the sandy or rocky bottom of whatever body of water they happen to be in. They love the cold water, yet tolerate the warmer temperatures when summer and fall in the state set in. A tender, flaky, white meat fish, walleyes are supposedly the best tasting of all the fresh water fishes.

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Walleyes, while being somewhat elusive, like to eat anything and everything that moves and catches its attention that won't eat them first. If they are living in the deeper water of Wyoming, they set themselves up as the hunter and get the unsuspecting hunted as it floats or swims by. They are quick enough to be virtually undetected unless its summer time when they seem to gravitate towards the waters surface. If you're looking for the perfect time to catch these tasty beauties then you want to go out between sundown and midnight.

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Wyoming in and of itself is a beautiful state filled with plenty of places to go walleye fishing. Walleye fishing, in addition to some other species, is going to be extremely here and when attempting to define true hot spots which a few are listed at the bottom it's very easy to say that bodies of water throughout the state are walleye hot spots because almost every single one of them has a walleye or two in them. When you stop and look at the numbers, the state of Wyoming has right around 300,000 acres or water. That amount comprises 4,200 lakes. There is an additional 27,000 miles of rivers. If fishers cannot find a walleye in Wyoming, they may need to determine what they are doing wrong.

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Walleyes like anywhere there is vegetation, which makes lakes and reservoirs prime fishing spots. They hide in the weeds at the bottom in order to sneak up on their own food as its swimming past. They also like the calm waters of these areas instead of the consistent movement of the rivers. That's not to say fishers won't find them in the rivers because they will. Anyone trying to catch one stands a better chance in the calmer waters. Fishers will find their catch patrolling the larges sandy flat areas of these bodies of water.

Spawning season for Wyoming walleye is in May and this is when they change their habits a little bit. During the end of this time of year, male walleyes can be found closer to the surface. They are feeding after all of the other fish have moved on. Fishers can easily capitalize on this fact by using a live bait rig weighted for the appropriate water clarity and depth. Walleye will go for lines baited with small, live organisms or minnows. Once it catches their eye, all the fisherman needs to do is start reeling in the line.

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Dan Eggertsen is a fishing researcher and enthusiast who is committed to providing the best walleye fishing information possible. Get more information on walleye fishing in Wyoming here:

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Off Grid Living

Many people have realised that it is possible to experience off grid living while still enjoying all of the modern conveniences that they they have become accustomed to. Off grid living means living free from the grid. It's a life without power lines, electric bills and the rising rates being charged by electricity supply companies for being connected to the electrical grid. This is an environmentally friendly and cost effective lifestyle and is an option open to just about every homeowner.
Any home, anywhere in the world, even those already connected to the grid, can apply the principles of off grid living. There is a steadily rising interest in the use of alternative energy sources such as solar, wind and hydro electric power generation as a means to reduce dependence on fossil fuel burning power plants. The advances in technology have also brought about a significant reduction in costs. It's completely possible to make off grid living a do-it-yourself project with the aid of the many kits, resources and guides that are available nowadays. While global enrgy costs are soaring, those that have made the switch to off grid living are secure in the knowledge that their bills are steadily getting less.
Some are still scared off by the thought that off grid living will mean that they need to give up their prized electrical appliances and electronic gadgets. They needn't be afraid. Learning to control your energy use is all that is really required for off grid living. Start doing things like turning off lights in empty rooms. Use appliance that don't use power when turned off, like microwave oven and stove clocks. Computers, printers and some chargers continue to leech power and add to your bills when they are off or in standby mode - see those little indicator lights?. If you're smart about the use of your appliances and luxuries, off grid living won't require any real sacrifices.
Highly efficient and fully relocatable home are being produced to cater for the increasing demand due to the rising popularity of offf grid living. Similar in layout to conventional mobile homes, these one or two person units make use of passive solar design, solar panels and natural gas to allow for off grid living no matter where they are moved to.
If you are interested in off grid living, but are unsure where to start or you require some more success stories to convince you, use the Internet for your research. Besides the many guides and resources available to get you started with off grid living, there are many people who can't wait to share their own experiences and success stories. When you start living off the grid you'll find great pleasure in the fact that you no longer need to run around looking for candles when the lights go out in your neighborhood!. You too can experience the freedom of off grid living regardless of where you live as this lifestyle is within easy reach of anyone.

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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Mule Deer Hunting Guide

Are you interested in mule deer hunting? This ancient sport provides a wide variety of benefits. Their meat, pelt, and antlers alone are enough to make these creatures prized additions to any home. Due to their lower numbers and migratory patterns, finding these deer can be somewhat difficult. Their distinctive appearance and behavior makes them a challenge to hunt as well.
Mule deer are characterized by their dark, coarse pelts, dense size, black tipped tail, and large, white tipped ears. Unlike most other species, they move in a very fast, unusual way-rather than sprinting or vaulting the way their white tailed cousins do, they jump in a method known as stotting, which is a series of fast, lengthy, stiff-legged jumps where all four hooves hit the ground at once. It may sound like an awkward way to move, but bolting in this way is surprisingly effective.
Unlike moose, elk, or other species, mule deer rarely make any noise, which rules out the use of bulges or other hunting calls. Their large ears also make them difficult to sneak up on-constantly in movement, they are ever aware of even the slightest sound. Their sensitive noses are also adept at picking up out of place scents. Wyoming Mule Deer Hunting Guides
When mule deer hunting, a common challenge many new hunters face is the issue of deer stands. While those who hunt white tailed deer regularly benefit from using a tree stand, mule deer are typically located in vast stretches of meadows or rocky areas. Worse still, they are quite adept at spotting motion. Located throughout the west and southwest, these deer are also known for being the most active during the morning and evening, when the weather is cooler.
Many hunters, however, relish the new challenge of mule deer hunting. There are a wide assortment of techniques to consider when hunting these animals. Some are basic common sense, such as avoiding heavily scented soaps or shampoos when bathing, lest their scent give you away. Others include staying as motionless as possible and shooting when the deer has its attention focused on food or on another sound.
If you're unaccustomed to mule deer hunting, perhaps you should consider a guided hunt. This is the act of arranging a hunt while accompanied by trained professionals. This can be especially useful if you're unfamiliar with the terrain as well as the typical habits of the mule deer. Your guides will be able to give you tips regarding tracking, stalking, and shooting. Best of all, you'll be able to return to a cozy cabin or camp ground. Many hunting outfitters of this kind also provide you with hot meals and other commodities. Wyoming Mule Deer Hunting Guides

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Grow Your Food in a Monolithic Cabin Grow-Dome

Why grow your own?



Good question! Can’t we just keep making our weekly stock-up trip to the supermarket? Well of course you can.
But there are some growing (pun intended) reasons not to: 1) Tainted food has become more prevalent; 2) More people means a greater need for food; 3) The price of non-processed food continues rising; 4) Home-grown produce can be picked and eaten at its prime time – not when its green, truck-ripened and flavorless.


Many people would like to grow their own food but simply have no place to do so. Others may have garden space but feel the climate is against them: too warm, too cold, no rain, too much rain, storms and tornadoes, too short of a growing season.


  • Easily maintained at a specific temperature
  • Utilized during the entire year
  • Cleaned and hosed down
  • Outfitted with trays to grow food hydroponically or in soil

Other Advantages




Typically, only 10% of the water used to grow food outdoors is needed to grow it indoors.
A Monolithic Cabin is energy efficient and can maintain a specific temperature with a minimum of heating or air conditioning. That eliminates the worry of plants either freezing or burning.
Light necessary to grow the food can be supplied by a LED system specifically tuned for plant development, a MPS system with a complete solar spectrum in its....... read more here

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Tips For Your Next Hunting Trip In The Great Northwest

Archery Elk Hunting Montana - Tips For Your Next Hunting Trip In The Great Northwest

Author: Deer Hunter

Archery Elk Hunting Montana
Montana hunting is becoming more and more popular among hunters seemingly every single year, and hunting in Montana is growing popularity seemingly every singly year. Very simply, Montana is an outdoor paradise.
It offers mountain ranges, plenty of lakes and streams, forests, etc. No matter what kind of outdoor activities you enjoy doing, Montana certainly offers something to please you. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your Montana hunting trip.

First of all, northwest Montana is probably the most popular hunting location in the state. This is popular for hunting, fishing, hiking, and again, just about any outdoor activity you can name.
The reason this is so popular is that there are very few people who live in the northwest part of Montana, or any part of Montana for that matter. This makes it an outdoors paradise. First of all, there are several different kind of animals that are popular in the state; probably the most popular to hunt here are elk and deer. Archery Elk Hunting Montana
Few things beat Montana Deer Hunting, and you will certainly never run out of deer to go after on your trip. Also, elk hunting in the state is a popular past time as well, and these can offer a challenge to hunters of all ability levels.
Also, you can occasionally find elk, moose, and mountain goats to hunt as well. Also, if you are more daring, you can try targeting mountain lions and bear if you want to as well. Of course, you want to be sure you know what you're doing when taking on these larger animals, because obviously these animals are extremely dangerous; very simply, if you fire and miss, and they see you, you are in big trouble.
First of all, keep in mind that whether you are an experienced or a beginning hunter, if you are unfamiliar with the Montana area, you probably want to take out a guide to help you with your hunting expedition, regardless of what kind of animal you may be going after. Very simply, these guides know just about every area of Montana, and can help save you a lot of time and hassle when looking for the best places time. Archery Elk Hunting Montana

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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Things I use, living off grid


1) Propane cook stove. We salvaged ours from an old travel trailer that was being dismantled, it has 3 burners on top and an oven. We actually have 2 of these now, we are in the process of cleaning up the second one. I haven’t decided if we will use the second one inside the sky castle or put it to use in an outdoor kitchen, either way, it will be a great addition to the one I use every day. We got ours free from some friends who were getting rid of some old travel trailers, they needed some major cleaning, not because they had been used and not cleaned, it was because of mice. They had made homes inside the stoves, we had to remove the insulation and replace it with new, we scrubbed the stove, inside and out, after that it was as good as new. If you find a treasure like this, be sure to check and make sure the orifice for the unit is for propane, if it’s not, it will not burn properly, orifices made for natural gas are larger so if you try to use propane in a natural gas orifice, you will get a blow torch flame, ask me how I know (grin).

2) Cast iron cookware. I absolutely love my cast iron comal and 10 inch frying pan. I use them everyday. I even make biscuits (not cookies) in them, I use my comal for the biscuits, I place a deep lid on top to make it like an oven. The biggest concern about using cast iron cookware is properly cleaning and storing it. If you use it everyday, it’s not such a big deal, just wipe it out, if you do it while it’s still somewhat hot, it’s easier to clean. Do not use soap on your cast iron, do not use harsh metal scrubbers, use a plastic scrubber or a rag and some hot water to clean your pan, dry it thoroughly, oil it lightly and put it away for the next use. If you are going to store it for a long time, make sure it’s clean, oil it well, inside and on the outside, and store it until your next use. A well seasoned cast iron pan will not stick and will be easy to clean. Never, NEVER leave your cast iron pan soaking in water, they will rust. I prefer getting mine pre-seasoned from the factory, or acquiring mine second hand, preferably from someone who took care of their cast iron pans.

3) Pressure cooker. There are so many ways to use this, my only regret is that I didn’t know about these earlier in my life! The one I use is a stainless steel, 6 quart pressure cooker, it’s the perfect size for 2-4 people, it’s big enough to cook a whole chicken or a pot of beans. The main thing that I love about my pressure cooker is how fast everything cooks, it’s microwave fast! I can cook a pot of pinto beans in 15 minutes or less. The only reason it takes THAT long for me is I am at a high altitude, for anyone using it at lower altitudes, you can cook them for 6-10 minutes and they will be done. To do beans I pick and clean the beans, then soak them overnight. The next day when I’m ready to cook them, I rinse the beans, put them in the pressure cooker, cover with an inch of water (use beef or chicken stock for more flavor), add chopped onions, chili powder, ground pepper, chopped jalapeno pepper, and any other seasonings or meat I wish (wait to add the salt until after the beans are cooked). I add a little oil then close the lid and turn on the heat. Once the rocker is rocking, I turn down the heat and start timing it. For me it takes about 10 minutes. I then turn off the heat and allow the pressure to come down by itself, if you are in a hurry, you can put the pot in the sink and pour cold water over the pot until the pressure is released. I also make baked potatoes in my pressure cooker, they turn out great! Soups, stews, you name it, you can probably cook it in a pressure cooker.

With the quicker cooking times, I am using much less propane, before I used this method, I couldn’t make a pot of beans or baked potatoes, it just flat out took too much time and fuel, I couldn’t afford to use that much propane cooking all day.

4) Tankless water heater. I still remember the day when we received our tankless water heater, before that we had to heat water on the stove if we wanted or needed hot water for anything, bathing, cleaning, doing dishes… Now all I have to do is turn on the hot water tap and in seconds I have hot water. The one we use is a smaller unit, it’s considered a portable unit though we have ours permanently mounted on the wall.

5) 12 volt water pump. Once you have water, you need a way to pump the water from one place to another, unless you are lucky enough to have gravity on your side. For us, we are pumping water from a small tank just outside the kitchen wall into the kitchen, everything is level, so we use a 12 volt water pump to move the water from the tank to the sink. The benefits of using a 12 volt pump is we can hook it up directly to the batteries, we aren’t losing energy by using an inverter.

Our pump is inside the sky cabin, near the sink, that makes things a bit noisy when the pump is on. When we first hooked up the inside plumbing, each time we turned on the faucet, the pump would come on, it sounded a bit like being next to one of those air pumps at the gas station, but it was a small price to pay to have running water. The main reason we keep it inside the sky castle is to keep it from freezing during the winter.

6) Pressure tank This is something that isn’t completely necessary, not like the water pump, but it certainly has made life better. The way a pressure tank works is it is first and foremost a tank, it has a rubber bladder inside, on one side is air under pressure, the other side is for the water, it allows the water to be under pressure, that way the water pump does not have to run each time we turn on the water faucet. Now it’s much quieter in the sky castle, until the pump has to come on to pump up the pressure tank, it runs for several minutes, then goes off until it’s needed again.

We salvaged these as well, someone was upgrading their equipment and do longer needed their old pressure tank. All we had to do was clean this one up, it had sat for a while unused, we had to run bleach water through it a few times because it had a mold smell, once we flushed it a couple of times, the mold smell was gone and it works like a charm. Since then, we have acquired a second pressure tank in the same way, it’s always a good idea to have backups. Now our water starts out in a tank, goes through the wall in a hose, this goes to the 12 volt water pump, next it goes to the pressure tank, from there it goes to the cold side of the sink faucet, another pipe goes to the tankless water heater then to the hot water side of the faucet. Another pipe goes to the Berkey Light water purifier, which brings me to the next item.

7) Berkey Light Water Filter. It’s debatable whether or not this water purifier is a necessity, I would say it is, even though our water out here is very good, we are still storing it in a tank before using it, I prefer running my drinking and cooking water through the Berkey Light water purifier. This unit is perfect for off grid use, it requires no electricity or water pressure, it is strictly gravity fed, all you have to do is fill the top reservoir and let the water trickle down through the filters, you get clean great tasting water in the bottom reservoir.
We have automated the filling process by cutting a hole in the top cover and running a water pipe into the top. all I have to do is turn on a valve for a few seconds and the top reservoir is filled. The only maintenance is about once a month or so, I empty the purifier, I disassemble the top from the bottom tanks, I remove the filter cartridges, I clean everything with a 3M green scrubby pad, I reassemble everything then fill the top tank. I always put in a few drops of food coloring (or Kool-aid) in the top to test everything, if everything is OK, the water coming through the cartridges is perfectly clear, no color (or Kool-aid) comes through.

I would have liked to make this a nice neat 10 item list, but in all honesty, those 7 items are the most useful and important to us, there are probably others, but for now I’ll leave the list at 7.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

New Mexico Trophy Elk & Mule Deer Hunts

New Mexico Trophy Elk & Mule Deer Hunts

 New Mexico Hunting Land For Sale

All of the elk hunts are conducted in quality units located on the Gila/Apache National Forest. These units have been recognized for producing trophies year after year.
Bow hunts take place the first three weeks of September, which allows the opportunity to hunt a majestic bull elk during the rut. Close encounters with just a string and razor is an unmatched adrenaline rush.
Rifle and muzzle loader hunts are spread throughout October and November. Early October mornings still buzz with bugling bulls. While the chance of calling still exists, spot and stalk methods become more effective.

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Whether it's an elusive mule deer, or that wary coues buck your after, Eric Kern Outfitters can help.
Muzzle loader seasons begin the last week of September and October depending on the unit. Early hunts provide opportunity to take a buck in the velvet. New Mexico Trophy Mule Deer Hunts
Rifle hunts are the first three weeks of November. During these hunts we let our eyes do the walking by taking advantage of quality optics.

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Bow hunts take place during January when the deer are in full rut. Changes in movement patterns of bucks make this hunt action packed. We also guide hunts for antelope, javelina, desert bighorn, bear, and lion.
Bow hunts take place the first three weeks of September, which allows the opportunity to hunt a majestic bull elk during the rut. Close encounters with just a string and razor is an unmatched adrenaline rush. New Mexico Trophy Mule Deer Hunts

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