Fish from or walk for pure joy the grassy banks of 8 miles of pristine and private waters of the Williamson River. The only sounds are Sand Hill Cranes in the meadows, Canadian geese flapping low overhead, the coyote yelping to his friends, and most important, the splash of greedy trout.
The Williamson River is fed by 6 springs, 5 of which are located on the ranch producing 45 cubic feet per second year round. The springs stay at a consistent 42 degrees and are not affected by snow melt or summer heat.
The deep pools and undercut banks created by this slow meandering stream along with fallen trees, rocks, and weeds offer incredible habitat for monster rainbow and brook trout.
The Williamson River is suitable for wade/walk fishing, for the beginner and intermediate level fly fisherman and yet challenging enough for even the most experienced fisherman.
For the non-fisherman, you can walk the banks of the river, canoe the lake, or relax on the porch with a good book while hundreds of birds fly through the valley.