If you are hoping to hunt big game in Nevada this year, the Nevada Department of Wildlife wants to remind everyone that the application deadline is Monday, April 21. Online applicants have until 11 p.m., while hunters who choose to use the traditional paper application must use the U.S. Postal Service to submit their applications, which must be received by the Wildlife Administrative Services Office by 5 p.m. to qualify.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) and Nothing To It! Cooking School have gotten together to host a series of wild game cooking classes. The first two classes (Big Game & Upland Game/Waterfowl) were big successes and sold out quickly. The good news is if you missed those two, the last class scheduled in the Reno series, Wild Fish - Cleaning, Care and Cooking, still has space available.
What can you say about the Nevada Dream Tag? It allows resident and nonresident sportsmen the chance at the hunt of a lifetime for as little as $15.
Sportsmen who want to learn more about Nevada’s big game management programs and the annual tag application process can attend a free informational workshop hosted by the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW).
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.
No offense, but if you don’t put in for a Silver State Tag when the big game application period opens on Monday, you must not like hunting very much.
The Silver State Tag already allows hunters the chance to hunt one of four premier big game species (mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk, Nelson (desert) bighorn sheep and pronghorn antelope) anywhere in the state, but now you also have the chance to win thousands of dollars of hunting gear as well.
Anyone looking for more information on shooting range grants or applying should review the program information and grant documents on our grant page. The application deadline is Friday, March 14.Any individual or organization with a shooting range project proposal is encouraged to apply. All grants come with some basic qualifications and stipulations and shooting range grant funds are no exception.
Nevada big game seasons begin in late
summer and it is never too early to prepare for a successful hunt. Part of that
preparation involves learning how to cook that freezer full of healthy, organic
and tasty game meat you will obtain. For the many hunters and families the
learning process begins with a simple question. What do I cook?
NDOW, through a temporary employment service, is recruiting for seasonal aquatic invasive species (AIS) watercraft inspectors and decontamination specialists. In addition, the positions will require AIS public outreach and education. Various positions are available including AIS watercraft specialists at Lake Mead National Recreation Area and statewide traveling rovers in both Southern and Northern Nevada.
Recent changes in Nevada’s fishing regulations have simplified the catch limit to three game fish on the entire Truckee River in an effort to make the regulation uniform with the ponds in Washoe County.