A lucky wrong turn on the internet resulted in a gold mine of outdoor data beginning with research on the impacts of our wet winter on water levels at Lake Mead.
Freelance writer Doug Nielsen is a conservation educator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife. His “In the Outdoors” column, published Thursday in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, is not affiliated with or endorsed by the NDOW. Any opinions he states in his column are his own.
The 350 Legend is a straight-walled cartridge designed for deer-sized game and sport shooting, and Winchester Ammunition says it’s the fastest such cartridge in the world.
The trout fishery many Southern Nevada anglers have enjoyed through the years is gone. For the time being anyway. In fact, you won’t even find it listed on the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources digital fishing planner.
During the four days he hunted the old gobbler, Moapa Valley resident Jerry Swanson learned just how smart a mature bird can be.
Tents have remained relatively affordable and provide camping flexibility. They can be easily stored in a garage or storage shed and transported in a car or pickup truck bed.
It’s amazing how much you can learn by taking the time to observe the game you are pursuing, and it doesn’t matter whether you are watching mammals, birds or fish.
If you are thinking about making the move to kayak fishing, do yourself a favor and research the various makes and models. Pay attention to hull design, the deck layout and the build quality. They are not all created equal.
The action camera has changed the way we document our outdoor adventures in recent years and can be secured to everything from safety helmets to chest straps to shotgun barrels to fishing rods.
If you have been dreaming about catching a smallmouth bass that will put a bend in your fishing rod, Lake Mohave is the place to go.
Lake Mead is a challenging place to catch fish and will test the most experienced angler. Not that there aren’t any fish in the reservoir; there are plenty of them. There also is a lot of water. The key is learning to fish it.
Local favorite Tim Klinger, of Boulder City, knew he had some ground to make up in order to give himself a chance at winning the three-day event that began Feb. 28.
Al Morris of Payson Utah is a three-time winner of the World Coyote Calling Championship.
Hunters from across the west gathered last week at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, for the 2019 Western Hunting Conservation Expo.
If you are among those anglers who have recently joined us or thinking of making the move to Southern Nevada, rest assured there is plenty of fishing opportunity within a reasonable distance of the Las Vegas Valley.
A quiet simplicity can be found with a handful of friends or family members gathered round a campfire in a remote corner of Nevada, on the bank of a favorite fishing hole or at their local shooting range.