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A Nevada Ladies Day in the Outdoors

The Las Vegas chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation and the Nevada Department of Wildlife are hosting a special outdoor event just for the ladies, and there is still room for those women with an adventurous heart. The “Women in the Outdoors” workshop is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4,…


NDOW Says “Don’t Put That Boat Away Just Yet”

Just as Memorial Day marks the official beginning of the annual boating season on Lake Mead and Lake Mohave, Labor Day marks the official ending. With their children heading back to school, many boaters put their boats away for the year. But that could be a big mistake. “Some of…


Largemouth Bass – Good or Bad

Are largemouth bass a good fish or a bad fish? Depending on which lake or pond you are visiting this can be a very difficult question. In Nevada, anglers consider largemouth bass to be one of the most desired game fish, but in special ponds like those at the Ash…


Free Fishing Day Kids Fishing Derby in Carlin

The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) will be holding a non-competitive Kids Fishing Derby at the Chinese Garden Ponds in Carlin on Saturday, June 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 am. The derby is for children under 18, but everyone is welcome to come out and fish that day. This…


Angler Cheat Sheets Now Available

The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) calls them the 2008 Angler Information Guides, but you can just call them your cheat sheets for the best fishing in Nevada. Each year NDOW puts together individual fact sheets for 79 of the state’s top waters that include stocking information, biologist forecasts for…


Water Sports Enthusiasts Sought For Boating Committee

The Clark County Commission is accepting applications from boating enthusiasts who are interested in filling one of two vacancies on the county’s seven-member Boating Facilities and Safety Committee. Applicants must be a resident of Clark County. One vacancy is for an individual who is a member of a nonprofit organization…


Guzzler Hotline Up and Running

Artificial water developments, or guzzlers as they’re commonly called, literally blanket Nevada. And with almost 1,600 guzzlers statewide to keep track of, the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) needs all the help it can get to properly maintain these devices that are critical to the survival of the state’s wildlife….


Big Game Applications on the Rise

A record number of hunters applied for Nevada’s big game tags this year. Wildlife Administrative Services, the contracted vendor responsible for producing the big game draw for the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW), reported 146,911 applications for the 2008 main draw, a 4.2 % increase over 2007 numbers. A total…


NDOW Unveils New Information Service

Nevada’s hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts are a motivated, organized group, constantly searching newspapers and the Nevada Department of Wildlife website (www.ndow.org) for population reports, fish stocking information, new information on hunt units, and changes in boating laws. This is a prepared group that strives for the most recent information….


Minden Fourth Grader Wins Free Fishing Day Poster Contest

Imagine a sunset over a small fishing hole, dad and daughter walking home along a country road after spending the day together catching fish. Fourth grader Kiersten Boyd of Piñon Hills Elementary in Minden vividly captured this image with her winning entry in Nevada’s 6th Annual Free Fishing Day Poster…