Darrell Fisher

DARRELL FISHER Broker Associate CO | Associate Broker NM

Darrell Fisher has a diversified background in real estate and farm management, known for his dedication and ability to build strong business relationships with clients. Darrell has been involved in selling real estate for over 12 years, while also spending 4 years as a registered appraiser. This eclectic range of skillsets and outdoor specialization has fine-tuned Darrell’s ability to evaluate quality land and water in and around the Colorado area.

As a Colorado native, Darrell has always been up for an adventure. Darrell’s love for the outdoors includes big game hunting, waterfowl hunting, predator hunting, fishing, and camping. Years of hunting has provided him with extensive knowledge of trophy hunting, big game drawing system, and landowner limited hunting voucher system.

Darrell is an active member of the Colorado Bowhunters Association, where he received the 2017 Big Game Award for his typical mule deer buck. He is also a member of the Mule Deer Foundation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and Pope & Young Club. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time in the outdoors with his wife and 3 boys. Darrell is committed to his clients with firm resolve and passion for helping them receive the most value from their properties. He understands the importance of sharing a vision with his clients to ensure they have found what they are looking for.



  • 1800000
    a-bar ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland riverfront horseproperty
    New Listing
    Mora County, New Mexico
    Boasting over 548 acres of wild terrain and wildlife across the breathtaking landscape, A-Bar Ranch is one of the most pristine ranches on the market today! Nestled near Ocate Creek, the ranch lies just southeast of the ski resort of Angel Fire, which is bursting with recreational activities and town conveniences. The improvements' location is complemented by one-quarter of a mile of Ocate Creek that runs through the property year-round. The mix of climate and habitat has developed a fantastic wildlife sanctuary. The elevation of 7,800 to 8,700 feet is high enough to maintain healthy forests of
    548± acres
  • 100000
    cost 160
    ranches horseproperty
    Huerfano County, Colorado
    The property is comprised of 160 +/- acres of mostly flat grass rangeland scattered with yucca and native grasses. There are phenomenal views of the Spanish Peaks, Greenhorn Mountain, and Pike's Peak. Along with great views of the mesas and surrounding grasslands to the east. The property borders the county road and is not subject to HOA, covenants, or associations. There is electrical service along State Highway 10. The property is located 12 miles East of Walsenburg, Co, which puts you about 25 minutes away from its local amenities such as schools, restaurants, shopping, and medical care. HUNTING, FISHING
    160± acres
  • 420000
    greenhorn creek 260
    huntingland ranches recreationalland horseproperty
    New Listing
    Pueblo County, Colorado
    With only a short drive from pueblo, this ranch offers a varied terrain from open meadows with Cottonwood pockets to plunging canyons. A ravine with the seasonal Greenhorn Creek running through is the perfect habitat for mule deer and elk. Above the meadows and ravines are rolling hills and mesas packed with Pinon, Cedar, and Juniper trees that make excellent cover for the animals that call this space home. There are beautiful views of Greenhorn Mountain, as well as Pikes Peak. This property offers endless opportunities for anyone from the avid hunter to cattlemen and ranchers or anyone just
    260.71± acres
  • 600000
    greenhorn creek 353
    huntingland ranches recreationalland residentialproperty horseproperty
    New Listing
    Pueblo County, Colorado
    Enjoy the fantastic views of the Wet Mountains while watching elk, deer, and abundant other wildlife roaming on this 350 +/- acre piece of land. Situated just east of I-25, this peaceful and secluded property includes rolling hills and rocky mesas. With so many endless possibilities for adventure on this beautiful, expansive property, your family can stay busy enjoying all this property has to offer. The modest home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, a laundry room, a living room, a family room, a screened porch, and an attached two-car garage. There is also a 42 X 56 Cleary
    353.56± acres
  • 2200000
    kelley ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland residentialproperty
    New Listing
    Park County, Colorado
    This well-designed, pristine, custom-built log cabin sits nestled in Aspen, Ponderosa Pine, and Blue Spruce Pine trees in the peaceful surroundings of unspoiled wilderness that also borders BLM. The cabin was built using dead-standing Lodgepole Pines imported from British Columbia. Glass windows extend from floor to ceiling in the open, great room, complete with 30 ft cathedral ceilings so that you can enjoy your view from every corner. Views to the south consist of the Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range and the Collegiate Mountain Range to the North. The main level consists of the kitchen, dining room, great room
    222.63± acres
  • 795000
    raton park ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland undevelopedland
    New Listing
    Rio Grande County, Colorado
    Raton Park Ranch located south of Del Norte, just a short drive from Monte Vista, is a 510+/- acres, secluded property with varied terrain from rolling, grassy, meadows to pine and aspen covered mountains and live creek. Remarkable panoramic views of the San Luis Valley stretch as far as the eye can see. The land borders National Forest on three sides, which offer additional hunting, hiking, and camping opportunities. PROPERTY ATTRIBUTES Borders over 200,000 acres of Rio Grande National Forest Elevation 9,400-10,000 feet 385 yards of Middle Fork Creek 3.75 miles of a private road
    510± acres
  • 600000
    terra canon ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland
    New Listing
    Las Animas County, Colorado
    Located near the Comanche National Grassland off Highway 109, this sprawling property has cedar-covered canyons and rocky mesas stretching beyond where the eye can see. With surrounding large private ranches, outside hunting pressure is limited. The rolling hills with steep rock face cliffs are home to well-known trophy mule deer and respectable elk. An effective road system throughout the property gives access to all areas throughout the property, making it a great recreational property for practically anyone. PROPERTY ATTRIBUTES Access through neighboring ranch from county road 841.87 +/- acres Three seasonal dirt tanks Well Vegetation includes cedars, native
    841.87± acres