25th Nov, 2014

Gallo Mountain Ranch – Hunting and Fishing

 

New Listing – $3,250,000

Gallo Mountain Ranch, and the forest surrounding it, offers some of the nation’s finest trophy elk, mule deer, black bear, and turkey hunting. This fantastic hunting property is located in New Mexico’s game management Unit 15, a quality and high demand area, and receives several highly coveted landowner elk permits each year, providing its owner with an unrivaled elk hunting experience. Unit 15 is a primitive weapons unit and elk hunting with muzzleloaders and bows only has successfully maintained the trophy quality that it is renowned for.

For the avid sport fisherman the scenic 30 minute drive to Quemado Lake is just enough time to dream about your rainbow trout or muskie catch of the day. With numerous other lakes and reservoirs stocked with rainbow, brook, and cutthroat trout, including Big Lake and Sunrise Lake, and over 680 miles of rivers and streams, the White Mountain area lives up to its reputation as a “mountain wonderland” and it is completely , and conveniently, at your disposal.   ! In the winter months Sunrise Ski Resort, located between Springerville and Show Low, has 3 peaks and numerous runs. One of Arizona’s top ski resorts, it is only 1 hour and 45 minutes from the ranch. Another popular winter sport, on the areas many lakes, is ice fishing. ! An improved gravel airstrip with a windsock is located on Gallo Mountain Ranch in Lower Mallet just off of Hwy 32. A very adequate airport for light aircraft is located just outside of Reserve. The Springerville Municipal Airport can accommodate large planes, has two runways, one over 8,400 feet in length, 24-hour fuel, and courtesy cars.

The best of two worlds Gallo Mountain Ranch is located in Catron County, New Mexico, where you can truly “get away from it all” yet it is also located within minutes of the White Mountains of Arizona.   ! When it’s time for supplies, or taking care of business, Gallo Mountain Ranch is a 25 minute drive to Reserve and a 75 minute drive to Springerville on pavement (less if you don’t mind a little dirt). The mountain village of Reserve is the country seat and gateway to the renowned Gila National Forest. Reserve has two small grocery stores, a hardware store, restaurants, gas stations, county fairgrounds, and a health clinic. The area is rich in ranching tradition with summer rodeos and county fairs.   ! Arizona is only a hop, skip, and a jump away, and the mountain towns of Springerville and Eager are quite a bit larger, with a combined population of close to 7,000. Once there you are only 45 minutes from the resort community of Show Low, which has all the comforts and amenities of a large city while holding on to the beauty and charm of a mountain community.

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