Nevada Hunting News

Nevada Turkey Season Set
The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners set season dates for upland game, furbearer and wild turkey seasons at their June meeting.
Nevada Archery Seasons Open to Extreme Fire Danger
As hunters take to the field this weekend for the opening of antelope archery hunts, they are reminded to exercise caution due to the extremely dry conditions across the Silver State.
Nevada Tracks Deer with GPS Collars
Nevada's mule deer herds may start developing paranoia, believing that someone is watching and tracking their every move. In this case, they would be right.
Nevada Increases Elk Tags in Lincoln County
Nevada's first Elk Damage Arbitration Panel convened in Lincoln County in May to settle a farmer's claim regarding elk damage to his alfalfa and potato fields.
Nevada DOW Seeks Input on Application Process
Sportsmen are invited to provide their input on the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners' tag allocation and application hunt process at an upcoming meeting in Elko.
Nevada Big Game Status Report
With gasoline prices soaring to record levels, hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts with an interest in Nevada's big game herds are spending more time at home and less time in the field.
Nevada Big Game Quota Recommendations
The following are the Big Game Quota Recommendations for 2007. These preliminary recommendations are generated by Nevada Department of Wildlife big game biologists.
Nevada Announces Big Changes to Big Game Regulations
The 2007 big game tag application process is just around the corner. Hunters can start planning, using the Nevada 2007 Big Game Seasons and Application Regulations brochure available online at www.ndow.org.
Nevada Big Game Tag Application Workshop
Hunters who want to learn more about Nevada's big game management programs and the tag application process can attend a free informational workshop hosted by the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW).
Nevada Encourages Hunters to Pre-register Online
If you're planning on hunting in Nevada for the first time, the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) encourages you to pre-register your hunter education records online now to ensure easy access in the upcoming tag application process.