Southern Nevada hunters who would like to learn more about Nevada’s big game tag application process can attend a free informational workshop hosted by the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW). Agency staff will provide information on Nevada’s big game management, tag quotas and allocations, draw odds, and bonus points.
In addition, personnel will identify common application errors and explain the computerized draw system along with any new procedures for the 2014 drawing. Also covered in the workshop will be the wide array of different big game hunting opportunities that Nevada offers for residents and non-residents alike. The class will benefit all Nevada hunters and is a must for newcomers to the state of Nevada as well as first time big game hunters.
The workshop will take place April 2 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Clark County Shooting Complex Hunter Education Center located at 11357 Decatur Blvd. Reservations are not required, however, seating is limited so early attendance is recommended.
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