With big game hunting seasons looming on the horizon, anyone with a big game tag will need to spend time practicing on the shooting range before their season begins.
If passed, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act could generate as much as $26 million annually for Nevada’s wildlife.
If you really want to get lost while searching the internet to upgrade your hunting or fishing gear, just type the word “binocular” in your search bar and hold on for the ride.
Many of us have dreamed about going pro. And while those dreams typically focus on being an athlete from a major sports franchise, there comes a time when those dreams wander away from the traditional.
For hunters who want to pursue big game in Nevada, the second week of June can bring joy and disappointment. Joy to those who learn they drew a coveted big game tag and disappointment to those who didn’t.
Perhaps it is appropriate that National Fishing and Boating Week began Saturday and continues through Sunday, providing us an opportunity to celebrate our outdoor freedoms.
Fortunately, when it comes to disease cases from mosquito and tick bites, Nevada is at the bottom of the list in both categories. Probably because the state is so dry.
Memorial Day weekend long has been recognized as the beginning of the summer boating season, which means an increase in boaters on the launch ramps at Lake Mead and Lake Mohave.
Sooner or later, kids will encounter a firearm. Wouldn’t it be smart for them to know they shouldn’t touch it, but instead to get away from it and tell a responsible adult where it is?
Sand Hollow State Park is about 15 miles east of St. George in Southern Utah. Located about two hours from the glitz of Las Vegas, Sand Hollow is just far enough away that you can see the stars after sundown.