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Increase Your Big Game Meat Processing Skills | Nevada Big Game Season 2016

We are happy to announce the newest NOU affiliate, Roland Zimmerli, certified Swiss butcher and producer of Old World Game Meat Processing training DVD's. If you process your own Nevada big game meat, this product can take your game processing skills to the next level. A Nevada-based affiliate, Roland demonstrates his Swiss master training  techniques for game [...]

Nevada Big Game Hunting 2016 | Nevada Antelope Archery Season is Here

Today is the day. The 2016 archery season opening for Nevada Big Game antelope hunters has arrived. Be sure to check out fire conditions in the Northern Nevada hunt units before heading out.  The Virginia mountain complex fires are leading to closed highways near Pyramid Lake and other roadways leading to hunt units in the Northern Washoe County areas. [...]

Perfect Practice | Ensuring Nevada Bow Hunting Success

Nevada big game archery season opens in just a few weeks-are you prepared? To increase your odds of Nevada Big Game archery success, there's several factors to keep in mind when bringing out your bow to practice in anticipation of this year's hunt. It's unrealistic to think that just a few hours of practice will [...]

July 17th, 2016|Big Game, Homepage Feature, Hunting|

Nevada Hunting Conditions Fire Affecting Nevada Hunt Units

As we head into July, wildfires are impacting parts of the Silver State,  possibly affecting Nevada hunting conditions.       An unfortunate situation with a wildfire is currently burning north of Battle Mountain, Nevada.  The "Hot Pot" fire near hunt unit 068 is currently only 5% contained.     With archery season right around the corner in August, [...]

Warmer Days for Nevada Fishing | Good Places to Fish Nevada Late June

With current temperatures beginning to rise throughout the state, fishing conditions are varied through the region. Along with the predictable summer decrease of stream and river flows, water temperatures are climbing. There are interesting bright spots for Nevada anglers throughout the state. Eagle Valley Reservoir in Nevada's southern region is seeing decent trout action, although [...]

June 29th, 2016|Equipment, Fishing, Fishing Feature, Homepage Feature|

Do You Know the Big Game Prevalence in your Nevada Hunt Unit for 2016?

If you've been lucky enough to draw a Nevada Big Game tag for 2016, you may want to look into the tag numbers for the unit you drew for that hunt unit.       NDOW_HuntUnits_2013_ArchD   2016-Big-Game-Quotas-Approved-HCs   Also, take a look at that Nevada hunt unit and think about the geographical size of the unit.  For [...]

Nevada Big Game Tag Draw | Results Are In for Nevada Big Game Hunters

The tag results are in for the 2016 Nevada big  game season- Appreciating the freedom to hunt!     Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, Nevada Department of Wildlife has released tag results for the upcoming Nevada big game season.  If you put in for tags for 2016, results for all hunts are [...]

Fishing Nevada in 2016 | Increased Stream Flows for Nevada Anglers

The last four to five years of drought conditions have severely impacted Nevada streams, with wild fish populations being primarily affected with low stream flows, especially in Northern Nevada. With more normal precipitation patterns occurring in the winter of 2015, there may be a chance of wild fish recovery, and importantly, a chance for Nevada [...]

Nevada Big Game Quota Setting 2016 | A Chance for Nevada Big Game Hunters To Be Heard

If you have an opinion regarding the quota setting for the 2016 Nevada big game season, Northern Nevada hunters have an opportunity to provide your input on Friday and Saturday, May 13th/14th. The Nevada big game quotas are set annually by the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners through input from the County Advisory Boards to Manage Wildlife (CABMW) , The [...]

A New Start for Truckee River Fishing | Nevada Fishing 2016

One of the most heavily fished waters in Nevada, the Truckee River originates at Lake Tahoe, flowing a stretch of 110 miles to Pyramid Lake.  Currently, the water is flowing again thanks to wet weather, and the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) is actively stocking the river for the upcoming season. According to stocking reports, approximately [...]

April 24th, 2016|Fishing, Fishing Feature, Fly Fishing, Homepage Feature, Locations|