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.



  • 3600000
    buck ridge ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland
    Colfax County, New Mexico
    Just outside of Raton, NM, sits the majestic Buck Ridge Ranch. Known and managed for its excellent trophy quality Mule Deer. With several springs, ponds, and food plots, the Mule Deer in this area call this ranch home, and with only very few management bucks being taken from the property, the mature bucks are any deer hunters' dream! The terrain on the ranch varies and is also the perfect habitat for hunting elk, turkey, bear, and mountain lion. Hunting blinds are set strategically throughout the ranch for many "ready to go" options to hunt from. Amazing views stretch as
    1,439.06± acres
  • 2200000
    cave rock ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland
    San Miguel County, New Mexico
    Eighteen miles off Highway 104, just Northeast of Las Vegas, NM, in San Miguel County, you will find an unexpected oasis, Cave Rock Ranch. Cave Rock Ranch stretches across 1,966+/- acres and includes 1,081+/- acres of New Mexico state land lease, totaling over 3,000+/- contiguous acres. The ranch has diverse terrain well suited for livestock and wildlife. The property combines elevated mesas and deep canyons with thick vegetation (mostly Pinon, Juniper, Ponderosa, Oak brush, and native grasses). Cottonwoods line the dry creek bed that runs through the Northern portion of the ranch. Giant boulders and rock
    1,966.91± acres
  • 2200000
    dome rock ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland horseproperty
    Teller County, Colorado
    Dome Rock Ranch is blessed with a combination of unique features that combine to make it arguably the finest property in Colorado for its size. Situated off of Highway 24, south of the town of Florissant, this peaceful and secluded property boasts of 2 ponds, a private trail system that can be utilized by OHV, bikes, horseback, or on foot. There is one breathtaking view after another from every spot on this property, from vast outcroppings of boulders overlooking lush valleys with dense vegetation to the beautiful trout-stocked pond and grassy meadows. There are so many endless possibilities for
    460.6± acres
  • 14000000
    minnie butte ranch
    huntingland ranches residentialproperty
    Union County, New Mexico
    Are you looking for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a legacy ranch? For the first time in over 80 years, Minnie Butte Ranch is offering the opportunity for just that. This working cattle ranch boasts of 11,405.53+/- acres of pure excellence with a state lease of 2,990 acres and a private lease of 320 acres. The land offers numerous drainages, arroyos, mesas, expansive grassland. The primary name-sake of the property is the stunning and iconic landmark, Minnie Butte. Along with its fantastic ranching capabilities are its equally excellent hunting opportunities. Food plots and blinds are set
    11,405.53± acres