Commonly known as "The Greenwalt Pond" by local guides and hunters, this wing-shooters paradise is located just below the Bighorn fishing access on the world-renowned portion of the Bighorn River. Fifty-two acres of premier pheasant, duck and goose habitat provide the owner with an array of hunting opportunities throughout the fall. Bordering to the north is a large block of tribally owned land which creates easy access to some of the world's best year-round fly-fishing, along with additional upland bird hunting opportunities. The Greenwalt pond is known for being one of the best privately owned duck holes on the river with immense potential left for private or commercial improvements. Additional features include building sites, easy access, corrals and fishing for carp up to 20 pounds. Parcels of this size, with these amenities, on this stretch of the river are rare to say the least.