Unique Fly Fishing &
Hunting Opportunities
in Southwest Montana.


What We Are

Every fall, neighboring ranchers “winter” their cattle on the plentiful grass grown during the spectacular Montana summers. Cattle graze peacefully during the winter months on the OAR meadows, benefiting from a mild climate, an abundance of natural feed, and sheltered from winter storms by native willow windbreaks.The Last Best Place under the Big Sky.

As winter melts into spring, the natural cycle of life sprouts at the OAR. Baby calves are born on the meadows, take their first wobbly steps, nibble the succulent green blades of grass, then grow while following their mothers summer grazing in the high mountain valleys.

Obeying and benefiting from these natural rhythms is one of the many qualities that make the OAR unique.

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A Century of Tradition

In Harmony With Nature

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