Nevada Department of Wildlife is accepting applications for hunting
reservations from those who want to hunt during the first two days of the 2018
duck and goose seasons at the Overton Wildlife Management Area or opening day
at the Key Pittman WMA. Those dates are Oct. 27 and 28 at the Overton WMA and
Oct. 13 at Key Pittman WMA.
To apply for reservations, hunters
must complete and submit an official paper application that is available online
at www.ndow.org or at NDOW offices in Las Vegas or Henderson. Only complete and
legible applications will be accepted. Completed applications must be delivered
through a postal service to the NDOW Headquarters Office, 6980 Sierra Center
Parkway, Suite 120 in Reno. They are due no later than 5 p.m. September 12.
A public drawing will be held at 10
a.m. September 26 at the same address. Successful applicants will be notified
NDOW will begin taking reservations
for the remainder of the waterfowl hunting season at the Overton WMA the Monday
prior to opening day. Those reservations must be made in person (or by a representative)
at the NDOW Las Vegas office or at the management area. All reservations,
including those acquired through the mail-in application process, must be used
prior to reserving another hunt day.
At Key Pittman WMA, reservations for
hunting are required only on the opening day of the regular duck and goose
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wildlife and its habitat for the aesthetic, scientific, educational,
recreational, and economic benefits to citizens of Nevada and the United
States, and to promote the safety of persons using vessels on the waters of
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