HOSS PORT, Broker Associate
A fifth generation Coloradoan, Hoss Port was introduced at an early age to hunting, fishing, surveying, livestock and agricultural operations through family businesses. Hoss gained ranching experience working on his father’s Colorado cattle ranch branding cattle, maintaining fences and equipment, managing ranch personnel, lease agreements and facilitating complex shipping schedules.
Following high school, Hoss attended Professional Guide School in Montana, becoming one of the most accomplished guide graduates and quickly developing a passion for the business of outdoor recreation. Already an accomplished rifleman, archer and fly-fisherman, Hoss became a fly-fishing guide for Hubbard’s Yellowstone Lodge; for a private ranch; on the Yellowstone River inside Yellowstone National Park and in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. He later guided domestic and international clients who shared a common love of open land, big game and the great outdoors on both archery and rifle, elk and deer hunts by horseback to remote spike camps along the west fork of the Madison River. He fine-tuned his knowledge of land, game and water resources and built a stellar reputation for honesty, integrity and professionalism. Gaining the trust and confidence of his clients to arrange and lead large game hunts paved the way for a smooth transition into the ranch real estate business where reputation is a ranch broker’s best asset.
In addition to guiding in Montana, Hoss currently guides big game hunts for his family-owned outfitting business in South Park as well guiding clients on other private ranches all over Colorado. He has personally traveled and hunted all over the United States from California to Maine, Texas to Alaska, and north to Canada. He has travelled to South Africa and Zimbabwe, filming exotic and dangerous game hunts for television.
Hoss has worked as a surveyor, an outfitter, and has owned and operated successful pipefitting and construction companies – acquiring extensive knowledge in mapping, building, mechanics, and client service. His first-hand experience with every aspect of business operations, land ownership and the western lifestyle – from personnel to livestock operations, land surveying, hunting and outfitting – make Hoss one of the most experienced ranch real estate Brokers to represent recreation and sporting properties in the western United States.
HOSS PORT's Listings and Sold Properties:
SOLD - Elk Mountain RanchVIEW DETAILS
Colorado - Custer County - Westcliffe
Acres 70 |
This very private ranch, just hours from Colorado Springs and Denver, lies in the Wet Mountains and just minutes from charming Westcliffe. Enjoy unobstructed mountain views and a stunning custom home and workshop. The ranch lies at the end of a county-maintained road, offering privacy and year-round access. Additional acreage with a second home is available for an additional cost.
SOLD - Three Waters RanchVIEW DETAILS
Colorado - Routt County - Steamboat Springs
Acres 1,138 |
The legendary Elk River flows through Three Waters Ranch and a fishing stream winds through the meadows. A large, spring-fed lake reflects the peak of nearby Round Mountain. Together, the river, the stream and the lake give Three Waters Ranch its name and offer endless fishing adventures. Bordered by the Routt National Forest, the ranch encompasses 1,138 acres of pasture and wilderness.
SOLD - Beaver Valley RanchVIEW DETAILS
Colorado - Routt - Steamboat Springs
Acres 2,665 |
Hidden in the heart of one of Colorado’s last unspoiled mountain valleys, Beaver Valley Ranch is tailor-made for hunting and fishing of exceptional quality. Beaver Valley Ranch lies less than an hour southwest of Steamboat Springs, and nestles against Routt National Forest on the flanks of the Beaver Flat Tops.
SOLD - Slash H Creek RanchVIEW DETAILS
Colorado - Park County - Jefferson
Acres 268 |
One hour drive southwest of Denver and thirty-five minutes to world-class skiing, the 268-acre Slash H Creek Ranch is year-round sportsman’s paradise with a near new custom home, huge equipment storage barn and a mile of trout stream.