Nevada Hunting News

Nevada DOW Seeks Public Input on Tag Allocation
The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners has created a new committee called the Tag Allocation and Application Hunt Committee (TAAHC) in an effort to review all aspects of the tag allocation and application hunt process.
Nevada Adopts Mule Deer Management Plan
The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners adopted a final version of the Nevada Mule Deer Management Plan at its September meeting.
NDOW Called to Separate Stuck Elk
Two heads are usually better than one, just not in this case.
Nevada DOW Seeks Clues on Big Game Poaching
As big game hunting season nears its close, Nevada Department of Wildlife game wardens are seeking the public's help to solve a substantial increase in the number of poached big game animals across the state.
Nevada DOW and Operation Game Thief Offer Reward
The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) and Operation Game Thief (OGT) are requesting the public’s help in gathering information on two recent poachings. A $2500 reward is offered for information on each poaching.
Nevada Area 7 Access Changes
Big Game hunters with elk and deer tags in Big Game Management Area 7 in the farthest northeast portion of the state, need to be aware of potential access changes in the North Pequop Range.
Nevada Hunters Receive Grouse Hunt Letter in Error
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) erroneously sent letters and harvest return postcards to big game hunters, indicating that they were successful in the drawing for the 2006 Sheldon Sage Grouse Hunt.
Nevada Antelope Hunting Seminars
If you drew one of the hard to get Nevada antelope tags, you are also eligible to attend one of our annual Antelope Hunting Seminars.
Hunters Will Generally See Similar Tag Quotas to Last Year's
With the exception of buck antelope rifle hunting tags that have seen a nice increase this year, the number of tags that will be issued to Nevada’s hunters during the 2006-07 season will, for the most part, be similar to last year’s quotas.
Antelope, Elk and Bighorn Sheep Populations Increase
Nevada's 2005 hunting season will go into the record books in terms of the numbers of antelope, desert bighorn sheep and elk harvested, according to the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW).