Aaron Carroll grew up in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia on a small farm. He attended Chowan College in North Carolina, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education. In order to advance his career in athletics, he attended the United States Sports Academy in Alabama, where he received his Master of Science degree in Sport Management.

Aaron coached baseball and taught physical education at the collegiate level for 20 years before making a career change. Looking for an adventure, Carroll and his wife moved to Garfield County Montana in the fall of 2011, planting roots in the small town of Cohagen where she is the teacher. He is now the owner/operator of Little Dry Fence Repair, where he specializes in ranch work and custom weed spraying as a licensed commercial applicator.

Aaron is an avid hunter and outdoorsman. He and his wife enjoy fishing, camping, and hiking in the beautiful Montana landscape. As a licensed realtor, he looks forward to helping people find their next great adventure. Whether it be a home, a ranch, a farm, or purely recreational he is committed to locating your piece of Montana.